Skip to main content
On the left on orange background: Curiosity Ignited. Jessica Wolfe is drawn to obscure writers and scholars who have made critical and long-lasting contributions to the literary world, but are often overlooked. Their histories and works drive her creativity and curiosity — and have inspired her to write her first-ever biography.
Spring 2021 photo of the Old Well with azaleas blooming by Donn Young.

Carolina celebrates Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

The celebration is led by the UNC Asian American Center, which was founded in 2020. The Carolina Asia Center is also hosting a series of events April 19-25.


2021 Arts Innovation Grant winners: AhDream Smith, Matthew Svec, Emily Harmon, and Krysta Sa (L-R, clockwise).

Arts Everywhere announces Students Arts Innovation Grant winners

The four winning students will receive funds to bring their projects to life and add a touch of creativity to Carolina’s campus.


From left, Alexandra Odum and Diamond Holloman

The Graduate School announces Horizon and Impact Award winners

Each year, The Graduate School honors graduate students for their powerful discoveries that contribute to a better future for people and communities in North Carolina. Eleven Impact Awards and five Horizon Awards were announced during Graduate and Professional Student Week.


Bob Goldstein lifts the lid on a screen printer as he he is surrounded by bright colors in his shed where he does his art.

Science art that rocks

Biologist Bob Goldstein had a knack for promoting science talks like rock shows. Then the pandemic hit.


Joey Richards stands in front of a sculpture near the CURRENT ArtSpace on Franklin Street. He plays in a band called Joey Cougar and The Starfish.

Performing and researching stand-up comedy

Doctoral student Joey Richards is a stand-up comedian who researches performance studies, teaches in the department of communication in the College of Arts & Sciences, and serves on the Graduate and Professional Student Federation.


Humanities for the Public Good symposium poster features a hand holding binoculars with the words What Now in the lenses.

Humanities for the Public Good symposium asks “What Now?”

The Humanities for the Public Good Symposium, four days of conversation and presentations, will run virtually starting April 6.


The words Arts Everywhere in colorful dots on a black background.

Arts Everywhere Day honors reflection

Arts Everywhere Day will be returning on April 9. The annual event is a celebration of the arts that encourages the entire Carolina community to engage with diverse arts experiences and raise awareness of the breadth and depth of the arts at UNC-Chapel Hill.