Do you like the TV shows "CSI," "Criminal Minds" or "Bones?" Anthropology Professor Dale Hutchinson teaches students from all majors how to map and recover the elements of a crime scene in his class, Anthropology 423: “Written in Bone.".. read more »
“Yole” means come together. And Yole!Africa US is helping students in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and students at UNC come together to create positive change through cultural exchange. .. read more »
“Black Nativity,” a holiday movie opening Nov. 27 in theaters nationwide, is based on a Langston Hughes gospel libretto. It may be set in Harlem, but it has a strong Carolina connection. UNC lecturer Joy Goodwin is the film's executive producer... [more]
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been selected by the National Football League Players Association to participate in a new initiative aimed at providing medical services and support to its former players.
Two UNC alumni have compiled a comprehensive, entertaining history of Carolina’s city and regional planning department, which was the seventh planning program in the country, first in the South, and the first to be based in the social sciences... [more]
Francisco Laguna-Correa is a PhD student in Hispanic studies and 19th century cultural studies, with a focus on Mexico. He is enrolled in the Department of Romance Languages in the UNC College of Arts and Sciences... [more]