The Stone Center continues its legacy of advocating for critical examination of African-American and African Diaspora cultures...
Carolina puts the adage "a dog is a man's best friend" into practice.
“When you walk into our planetarium, you’re walking in the footsteps of men who walked on the moon.”
“We are here as a resource for the entire community...”
"North Carolinians have a deep faith in the power of higher education to change lives."
“I loved that Carolina…offered a broader educational opportunity for me. It’s been the best of both worlds…”
Chaitra Powell strengthens the special collections library in its quest to document and expand knowledge.
Predicting autism had never been possible...
Jeff Powell ’15 has been building things for as long as he can remember.
“When we think about the future, we have to think about clean technology."
Elarnta Darden knew she wanted to go abroad, but wasn’t sure how to get there.
“Being a first-generation American immigrant, I personally struggle with what ‘home’ means.”
What if nanotechnology could be used to extract minerals from water so effectively that mining became obsolete?
Patti Rouse's ’79 generous gift to the UNC Educational Foundation.
The Board of Trustees challenged the University to create a new master plan
William Richardson Davie laid the cornerstone of Old East at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Simply put — Carolina is the people who make it. And that means you.
Gary Koch, Ph.D., has made a profound impact on Carolina.
Veteran women's field hockey coach Karen Shelton stresses a winning culture on and off the field.
Legendary women's soccer coach Anson Dorrance has a special way to appreciate his team's seniors.
Carolina's Chemistry department celebrates its 200th anniversary this year.
Carol L. Folt, Carolina's first female chancellor, is dedicated to students before all else.