Thomas Wolfe boarded a train in Asheville, bound for Chapel Hill, 100 years ago this month. He arrived on campus Sept. 12, 1916, a precocious, gangly youth with a baby face atop a 6-foot-3-inch frame. He was only 15 and still growing. Read More
The Board of Governors announced its selections for the O. Max Gardner Award in May, but Aziz Sancar wasn’t able to receive the award then. He was in his native Turkey, paying off a debt, of sorts.
He was giving away an award. Read More
Transplanting Traditions Community Farm gives many of the 1,000 refugees from Burma who have resettled in Chapel Hill and Carrboro -- many of them University employees -- the opportunity to grow food for themselves and to sell. Read More