The Folger Shakespeare Library chose UNC English professor Jessica Wolfe as one of seven long-term fellows for the 2017-18 year. The fellowship program will give her the unique opportunity to work on a special year-long project in Washington, D.C.
Today, the UNC LGBTQ Representation & Rights Research Initiative will welcome current and former North Carolina LGBTQ elected officials for a special event.
As they celebrate their 35th anniversary this year, the Loreleis recounted how their history and commitment to excellence helped them become one of the most important all-female a cappella groups at UNC.
With the help of college mentors, Musical Empowerment helps children in underprivileged communities to discover a love for learning and a creative ability for music.
UNC-Wilmington criminology professor and conservative political columnist Mike Adams will visit UNC on Monday to speak about the importance of free speech on college campuses.
A referendum in Thursday’s election will determine whether UNC’s student government will split into an undergraduate council and a graduate council, with a joint council for both groups.
Able Flight, a flight scholarship program, helps people affected by physical disabilities learn to fly a plane.
Supported by a federal grant of almost $400,000, the Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program at the UNC School of Social Work has been providing free Mental Health First Aid training for faculty and staff at UNC since January 2016 and will continue until summer 2018.
During the week of Jan. 15, UNC will honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with several events and activities.