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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Law & Government

Mark Merritt on freedom of speech

Vice Chancellor and General Counsel Mark Merritt answers questions on the timely topic of freedom of speech and the First Amendment. ... Read More

Five decades of striving for progress

As the Black Student Movement enters its 50th year, student members continue to push the University forward and provide a voice for black issues to make Carolina inclusive for everybody. ... Read More

Black History Month lecture examines American quest for justice

An expert on race relations, Brenda Stevenson delivered the keynote address of Carolina’s 13th annual African American History Month Lecture at the Stone Center. ... Read More

General Alumni Association honors two with faculty service awards

Joseph DeSimone, the Chancellor’s Eminent Professor of chemistry, and Michael Smith, dean of the School of Government, were honored last month with the General Alumni Association’s 2017 Faculty Service Awards. ... Read More

Immigration Executive Order sparks campus response

Chancellor Carol L. Folt, administrators and members of the Faculty Council and Employee Forum responded swiftly to the immigration Executive Order on Jan. 27. ... Read More

‘In the presence of greatness’

An alumnus recalls the day Martin Luther King Jr. came to campus on May 9, 1960. ... Read More

Charlie Scott and the integration of varsity sports at Carolina

A new exhibit on the fourth floor of in Wilson Library, which opens Jan. 30 and runs through April 30, will place basketball player Charlie Scott's career in context by looking at the integration of the student body at Carolina and of Chapel Hill in the 1960s. ... Read More

A memorable year at Carolina

From faculty members receiving national awards and new campus exhibits being installed to Final Fours and national championships, 2016 was another memorable year at Carolina. ... Read More

Somers appointed new vice chancellor for public affairs

The University has named Clayton Somers, a longtime North Carolina attorney, executive leader and state government official, to the new position of vice chancellor of public affairs and secretary of the University. ... Read More

Q&A with Georgia State Rep. Park Cannon

Georgia State Rep. Park Cannon (Class of 2014) returned to campus to talk about how her Carolina studies in the humanities (linguistics and women’s and gender studies) relate to her career as an activist and politician. ... Read More