Every day, the GAA serves students, but the beginning of the school year is especially packed with programs and opportunities.
Nearly 6,000 students are now members of the GAA’s student membership program, representing a record, and a number of…
Carolina students are known for traveling the world, so it’s no surprise that most of them move away from Chapel Hill after graduation. Keeping up with where UNC’s nearly 250,000 alumni live is the job of the GAA’s Records Department.
This reading list, recommended by Professor Michael Hunt, was compiled to accompany the GAA’s “Think Fast” public forum held July 27, 2006.
The making and unmaking of recent U.S. policy (all lively and accessible)
Marty Rosenbluth has 20 years of experience as a human rights activist focused on the Middle East, but at a panel discussion on Thursday, he relied on the moms and dads in the audience to explain the crisis in Lebanon.
“How many people have…
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The University came to life Feb. 12, 1795. That day Hinton James arrived as the first student for what are said to have been the first classes held at a state university in America.
Two centuries later, the GAA celebrates students this week by…
In recognition of both the long history of French-American friendship and the present tensions in this enduring alliance, a panel discussion on the history and changing nature of French and American relations will be held at UNC featuring prominent…
The GAA Web site aims to help alumni connect and reconnect with each other and with the University. Newly added functions will maximize alumni members’ ability to keep up with classmates, old friends – and to find and meet alumni who live nearby.