Everyone likes a good happy hour, but on the third Wednesday of every month at Top of the Hill’s Back Bar, bar patrons will also hear lectures and discussion on topics in the humanities. Humanities Happy Hour is a free program hosted by the Carolina Public Humanities and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities to create an informal space for conversations about the humanities to take place.
Transgender Day of Remembrance was held around the world on Monday to memorialize the lives of transgender and non-binary individuals who have been murdered because of their identities and to raise awareness regarding high rates of violence against the transgender community. Students and faculty at UNC also took part in the annual observance.
Students across campus joined the International Justice Mission at UNC on Friday for 24-hour fasting to bring awareness to modern slavery around the world.
Children, parents and UNC students alike learned about stars and constellations during Scare-olina Skies on Sunday.
Faculty, students and community members celebrated the 70th anniversary of the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences on Saturday with a community open house.
Bright and early on Sunday morning, Tar Heels of all ages gathered around the Old Well to run the sixth annual Kilometers For The Kids race.
Not all heroes wear capes – some sport Carolina blue tutus, and wag their tails while they’re at it.
Food trucks, ukuleles and excitement over the chance to win a signed 2017 UNC National Championship basketball on Friday made the third annual Bands for Hands benefit concert a success.
Surrounded by towers of books and a myriad of maps and posters, all concerning war strategy and history, Joseph Caddell reflected on his time in the Air Force and teaching as a college professor.