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Digitized student journal provides a glimpse of ‘senioritis’ circa 1841

The digitized James L. Dusenbery Journal, part of UNC Libraries’ Documenting the American South collection, provides a glimpse into the life of a Carolina senior during the antebellum period.


Buoys to capture important wind and weather data off N.C. coast

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will deploy two large buoys 20 miles offshore of the coast and 40 miles north and southwest from Cape Hatteras to capture wind, temperature and barometric pressure data for ongoing research on offshore wind energy.


PlayMakers presents Sondheim’s Tony-winning ‘Assassins’

PlayMakers Repertory Company will conclude its main-stage season with the Tony Award-winning musical “Assassins” by Stephen Sondheim, onstage April 2-20.


Multiple UNC graduate programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report

Multiple UNC graduate programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill appears on multiple lists of schools, degree programs and specialty areas newly ranked in 2014 by U.S. News and World Report for the 2015 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.” Following are the new UNC rankings and specialty listings that are … Continued


Six new UNC faculty members offer highlights of their work March 19

Six new faculty members will offer highlights of their work and research on such diverse topics as music and social change in Congo to tribal recognition in India March 19, 4-6 p.m. at Hyde Hall on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus.


Poet Margaret Randall to read at UNC March 19

Feminist poet, writer, photographer and social activist Margaret Randall will read from her new poems and talk about the writing process March 19 at noon at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Collaboration culminates in Lebanese migration exhibit at N.C. Museum of History

UNC’s Digital Innovation Lab (DIL) began working with the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies at North Carolina State University two years ago to map the migration and settlement of hundreds of families in North Carolina cities a century ago from what is now Lebanon, but was then a part of the Ottoman Empire.