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Anthony tosses his cap for a graduation photo at the Old Well

Latin American studies meets biology for this Carolina senior

Anthony Ciano used his time at UNC to prepare for a career in healthcare, including working as a campus EMT and volunteering as a medical interpreter.

Zack Hall stands in front of a large hallway of mainframes and computers.

Mentors, matter

Ph.D. student Zack Hall has made an impact at Carolina through his research of subatomic particles and by supporting undergraduate physicists.

Headshots of Laura Mersini-Houghton and Karin Pfennig with their names and departments listed below. Laura works in the department of physics and astronomy. Karin works in the department of biology.

Two professors named newest ‘Working on Women in Science’ initiative scholars

Professors Laura Mersini-Houghton in the physics and astronomy department and Karin Pfennig in the biology department will serve two-year terms as WOWS Scholars and receive annual grants to pursue initiatives of their choosing.

Headshot of Ari Green leaning on a railing in a Chapel Hill neighborhood

‘Root shock’

Graduate student Ari Green is studying the experiences of Black people being displaced from their homes and communities in three urban areas.

The music score sheet to "Lift Every Voice and Sing" is in the shape of a map of the United States.

Musicologist makes case for national hymn

Carolina music professor Naomi André wants Americans to know more about the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

A group of students pose in front of the old well holding an Ecuadorian flag and a UNACH flag.

Connecting Indigenous youth in Ecuador and North Carolina

An international exchange program with UNC and the National University of Chimborazo builds connections between Indigenous students from across the world. 

A group of people stand on a black box theater stage smiling at the camera.

Oral histories of Black trailblazers brought to life by student performers Nov. 30 and Dec. 1

A performance woven from extensive oral histories of Institute of African American Research (IAAR) leaders will be brought to life by student performers in a public performance Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.