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100-Year-Old Challenge Draws to Close Sept. 15 at Wilson Library

In 1915, former UNC President Kemp Plummer Battle sent a mysterious box to the North Carolina Historical Society. It contained a Montgomery Ward mail-order catalog from that year and instructions to members of the University community to use that catalog in order to reflect on changes in society both fifty and a hundred years later.


UNC Performance Studies announces 2015-2016 season

The performance studies program of the department of communication at UNC announces 12 new creative projects beginning in October 2015, to be performed in Swain’s Studio 6. Infinite Loop by Christopher Dahlie, Oct. 2-3 Brabo by Susannah Ryan, Oct. 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31 And So We Walked by DeLanna Studi, produced by the UNC Process Series, Nov. 13-14 … Continued


The Experience Project awards $1.7 million to 22 research projects

A research collaboration that aims to build new understanding about how religious and transformative experiences occur and shape people’s lives is awarding its first round of funding with more than $1.7 million going to 22 projects. The project is directed by L.A. Paul, a professor of philosophy at UNC.


Serving up Food for All

As far as steering committee co-chairs Marcie Cohen Ferris and Alice Ammerman are concerned, Carolina’s food theme is organic to the campus.


PlayMakers’ main-stage season opens Sept. 16 with ‘Disgraced’

Acclaimed as one of the best plays in recent seasons, PlayMakers will give the Pulitzer Prize-winning hit “Disgraced” its regional premiere.


Former U.S. Congressman and author Barney Frank to speak Sept. 24

Frank will discuss ‘downsizing our global ambition’ for the 2015 Weil Lecture on American Citizenship.


UNC-Chapel Hill’s Process Series announces 2015–2016 season

The Process Series, an annual performing arts program at UNC dedicated to developmental presentations of new works-in-progress, announces its eighth season, which includes five dynamic professional, faculty and student projects debuting on campus beginning Sept. 25.