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Check out the spring 2024 issue of Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine, now online. The companion print edition of the College of Arts and Sciences’ alumni magazine will also be making its way to campus mailboxes soon.

In addition to reading the magazine stories online, you can download a PDF of the fall print issue.

Take a closer look at magazine content:

Read a letter from Dean Jim White.

Cover story: A New Era of AI
Artificial intelligence has been around for decades, but it is now more accessible and powerful than ever. While AI presents copious challenges, many UNC students and researchers are embracing it in their work. (For our feature on AI in teaching and research, we thought it fitting to use AI-generated artwork. Illustration credit: Generated with AI by X-Poser, Adobe Stock Library.)

Enjoy more features:

Read additional stories, including: Jenny Han’s heart bleeds Carolina blue, a geographer explores the special challenges of youth caregivers, an alumni reading group honors a beloved professor, meet the new leader of the School of Civic Life and Leadership, Ross White offers a poem for spring, a senior English major documents her transformative semester in Japan.

Plus spotlights on Carolina people, campus news and books.

Enjoy this issue!

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