The GAA's overwhelmingly popular North Carolina History Series is taught by Freddie Kiger '74 in the George Watts Hill Alumni Center.
Dine and discuss wide-ranging topics with 11 participants and a UNC faculty member.
Join us for wine, cheese and a conversation on Sept. 27 at Flyleaf Bookstore about feminist activism of the past, present and future featuring Dr. Rachel F. Seidman, director of the Southern Oral History Program at UNC.
Engaging and innovative public seminars and lectures. GAA members save on many of these GAA co-sponsored events.
Thinking Beyond Normal: How to Live, Learn and Thrive Outside the Lines, featuring Jonathan Mooney, Oct. 21.