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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Alumni association honors three for outstanding service

Carolina’s General Alumni Association honored the University’s undergraduate admissions director Stephen Farmer and two alumni who have drawn on their business experience to support the University and the association. ... Read More

Carolina Performing Arts announces lineup for 2017-18 season

Tickets and subscriptions to the public are now on sale for the 2017-18 season of Carolina Performing Arts. Highlights range from a full production of the opera Cold Mountain written by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon and based on the best-selling novel by Carolina alumnus Charles Frazier in September and a performance by singer Tift Merritt in April. ... Read More

Alert Carolina sirens to be tested June 7

The University will TEST the emergency sirens and emergency communication procedures on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, between noon and 1 p.m. The University tests the sirens regularly throughout the year to make sure the equipment and notification processes work as planned. ... Read More

Message from Chief Security Information Officer Kevin Lanning

Most of you are aware of a new malicious software program named WannaCrypt or Wannacry (WCry), which has been described in many news outlets over the last few days due to Wcry infecting computers running Windows. ... Read More

‘Never forget where you came from’

On May 14, the journeys of more than 6,000 new graduates began at Kenan Stadium. “Wherever you go, whatever you do, this Carolina degree carries with it a gravity, a legacy, a responsibility,” said Brooke Baldwin, a CNN anchor and this year’s commencement speaker. ... Read More

Brotherly love, no matter what

Carolina undergraduate Austin Ludwig is part of SPARK, an ambitious research project in collaboration with the UNC TEACCH Autism Program, aiming to sequence the genomes of 50,000 people with autism, as well as immediate family members. He hopes the research will help millions of people, including his younger brother. ... Read More

Pioneers of integration

On May 27, on the 75th anniversary of their enlisting, the B-1 Band's special place in history will be officially recognized with the dedication of a permanent historic marker at the intersection of West Franklin and South Roberson streets in Chapel Hill. ... Read More

A physicist and cellist reprise their performance

Brent Wissick (music) and Laurie McNeil (physics) teamed up to teach one of the original First-Year Seminars, The Interplay of Music and Physics, for 12 consecutive years. This spring, after a five-year hiatus, McNeil and Wissick reunited to teach the course for a 13th time. ... Read More

Making history accessible to everyone

The Graduate School recently recognized Elijah Gaddis with an Impact Award, honoring the research contributions he has made to North Carolina. A first-generation college student, Gaddis spent his Carolina career showcasing North Carolina’s history and making it readily available to the public through various projects. ... Read More

Summer School celebrates 140th anniversary

In 1877, Rutherford B. Hayes became president, Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, the first college lacrosse game was played and Carolina’s Summer School opened its doors, changing the University forever. ... Read More