by Liv Reilly
Do you remember a time when you were really excited to go to campus for some reason?
Maybe you had a great outfit, knew you were going to see the person you had a crush on in your first class or were going to do…
Within hours of UNC professor Zijie Yan’s tragic death, students, the administration and outside groups organized vigils, moments of silence, a rally and places for hugs. View a gallery of what Carolina Strong looks like.
Almost exactly 48 hours after a professor was shot and killed on campus, students, their family members and community residents gathered in front of South Building to advocate for stronger gun control laws.
“We are sharing our lived…
The Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, housed in Kenan-Flagler Business School, will launch the Luther Hodges Scholars Program this fall. This undergraduate excellence program is aimed at addressing the most pressing issues facing business…
UNC students can begin taking courses toward a master’s of applied data science degree in January 2024.
This new, primarily online degree is in partnership with the Graduate School, the Office of Digital and Lifelong Learning and 2U, a…
The School of Education recently received a $2.27 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund a project to increase the number of school counseling graduates working in rural elementary and middle schools across the state.
Journalism students at the Hussman School of Journalism and Media won their fifth consecutive Hearst Journalism Awards national championship on June 7. The title was their 12th since 2002.
In individual awards, Hussman students also placed first…
Susan King, former dean of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media, discussed loyalty, courage and leadership in her Last Lecture to about 150 seniors outside the Morehead Planetarium in April.
“I’ve always felt that the students at…
A seven-foot canvas painting depicting the four years the class of 2023 spent at Carolina hangs in the Student Union, and senior leaders hope it will be replaced next year by artwork from the class of 2024, starting a new tradition.
A writer who honed his craft while running the cash register at a Franklin-Street fixture looks back as it celebrates its centennial.
by T. Edward Nickens ’83
I wish I could remember her full name.