UNC dedicated a campus memorial on April 12, 2007, titled “Carolina Alumni Memorial in Memory of Those Lost in Military Service.” The installation, on Cameron Avenue between Phillips and Memorial halls, honors University alumni who were killed…
In Memory of Those
Lost in Military Service
William C. Friday
April 12, 2007
We gather to dedicate the Carolina Alumni Memorial in memory of those lost in military service. They number 684 noble spirits…
“I found a wounded Federal sitting on the field – a broken thigh, a rifle ball through his arm and a bruised shoulder made him right helpless. … He asked me if I thought our surgeons would care for him. I assured him they would. He said he had a…
Carolina will re-name a south campus residence hall on Tuesday in honor of Paul Hardin, Carolina’s seventh chancellor.
Known since its completion in 2002 as Morrison South, the four-story building will be dedicated as Paul Hardin Hall. It houses…
Kenan Professor Emeritus George Brown Tindall ’48 (MA, ’51 PhD) was often called a pioneer, both for his early advocacy of equal rights and for his insightful, inclusive research on the history of the South.
Before retiring in 1990, the long-time…
A campus memorial to Thomas Wolfe ’20 was dedicated Tuesday, honoring Carolina’s most celebrated literary alumnus on what would have been his 106th birthday.
The memorial, moved last spring to a new location, is an 850-pound bas-relief bronze…
Dr. Eric Schopler, whose pioneering techniques in humane and effective treatment of autism have been replicated around the world, died July 7 of cancer. He was 79.
A professor of psychiatry and psychology at UNC for more than 40 years, Schopler…
Many of you have fond remembrances of Hugh Morton ’43. A message board at legacy.com is capturing some of the stories and feelings from alumni and friends of UNC.
Hugh Morton ’43: A Mountainous Legacy
By David E. Brown ’75
Post your remembrances about Hugh Morton
View a Video of Hugh Morton’s North Carolina
Weeks after the trees have flowered, gone to light greens and filled out in the North Carolina flatlands, spring…
Harvey Elliott Beech ’52 (LLB), who became a legal and philanthropic legend and a staunch civil rights defender in more than 35 years of practicing law in Kinston and who kept his ties to Carolina strong — particularly with the GAA’s annual Black…