Standing in the tunnel leading from the locker rooms to the field in Kenan Stadium, Winborne Shaffer Chandler ’67 watched the 2017 graduates stream onto the field, filling in the rows of white folding chairs.
As the reunion committee chair,…
For more than two centuries, Tar Heels have made their mark on the world. They’ve built businesses, been to space, governed states, saved lives and improved their communities.
And on May 14, the journeys of more than 6,000 new Carolina…
As more than 6,000 Carolina students prepare to enter the next phase of the lives, they were urged to focus on others as much as their budding careers. Caring, Anne Marie Slaughter said, is as important as career.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, leader of the New America think tank, made waves with her 2012 article “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” after she left her post as the first female director of policy planning at the State Department.