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THINKposium 2016 explores the ‘lived experience’

THINKposium 2016 was a day to examine why the world feels so polarized, to peer into the “empathy gap,” to ponder the browning and graying of America. The pre-academic year event has been held for four years now. But this year, it seemed particularly relevant. ... Read More

The problem solver

Andy Johns has held many important titles at Carolina since he graduated in 1998 and went to work as a computer consultant for Administrative Information Services in the red brick building at 440 West Franklin St. But wherever he has gone, one unofficial label has always stuck: Problem solver. ... Read More

First welcome

Hundreds of Carolina faculty and staff, including members of the University’s leadership team, understand the struggle – and excitement and accomplishment. They were also first-generation college students. ... Read More