Fine Arts & Humanities
(Note: Fish Fry is sold out, but art exhibit and music still open to public.) The Center for the Study of the American South, presents “Fish and an Ish! A Photo Exhibit and Down East Fish Fry,” on Sept. 12.
Nineteen students and recent graduates from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have been awarded Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants. This is the highest number of Fulbright grants awarded to UNC students in a single year, and includes 17 students within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Carolina faculty and students often head to far-flung locations to do archaeological field work, but this week, they are unearthing a big piece of the past in their own backyard.
The 3,988 first-year students expected to start classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill next week were chosen from a record 31,331 applicants. They hail from 94 North Carolina counties, 38 states and the District of Columbia and 24 countries.
This summer, faculty in the College have experienced a tandem bike ride across the country, archaeological excavations in Greece, a music cultural diplomacy trip to India and a visit to El Alto, Bolivia, to study a cable car system in the highest city in the world.
What do you do when you’ve reached the rank of Army staff sergeant early in your career? If you’re Carlos Cordero, 27, you go back to school to earn a degree that will help you reach your goal of becoming a commissioned officer.
The 2014-2015 Process Series will feature seven new artistic works-in-development at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, beginning Aug. 21.