Student feature: Allie Omens

October 7, 2019

Senior Allie Omens, a public policy and environmental studies major, spends her free time at Carolina tackling environmental issues, including working toward a waste-free campus.

A century of theater

October 4, 2019

Carolina’s Forest Theatre is turning 100, so it’s only natural that the University and the Chapel Hill community are celebrating the iconic campus landmark. Join the festivities on Oct. 6.

Expanding the boundaries of scholarship in the digital age

October 3, 2019

Daniel Anderson has been at the forefront of computer-based teaching and learning for decades and helped develop IDEAs in Action, the new general education curriculum to be implemented in fall 2021. In Daniel Anderson’s English classes, the students don’t just … Continued

What is the history behind Indigenous Peoples’ Day?

September 30, 2019

Indigenous Peoples’ Day came about as an alternative to Columbus Day in the late 1980s. It is a holiday that aims to celebrate Native Americans and indigenous populations across the United States.

Puerto Rico’s Breaking Point

September 30, 2019

UNC anthropologist Sandy Smith-Nonini and filmmaker Roque Nonini teamed up to create a documentary about the underlying forces of Puerto Rico’s energy crisis.

Well Said: Breaking down fake news

September 30, 2019

On this week’s podcast, Alice Marwick, a founding member of Carolina’s Center for Information, Technology and Public Life, discusses fake news and why it is created.

Big wins for physics and astronomy

September 23, 2019

Three professors in the department of physics and astronomy have won big awards from the Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society.