Fine Arts & Humanities
When her older brother passed away from an anxiety medicine overdose, Elly Cummins and a friend launched an awareness campaign for a law that could have saved her brother’s life.
When you take a look at Mark McCombs’ artwork, be sure to consider the mathematical equations behind them. The swirling pieces of paper and repeating designs in this mathematics teaching professor’s art is a study in mathematical symmetry.
In a research study, a group of dancers at Carolina provided dance lessons to people struggling with diabetes. Their findings led them to launch a student organization offering dance workshops and social support to anyone struggling with a chronic illness.
An annual conference brings together Jane Austen fans, scholars and others to celebrate the author and her works, engaging in academic discussions, author talks and a Regency ball.
A new course on American Sign Language taught students the principles of the language and basic conversational strategies.
Tucked in a back meeting room of the Carolina Union, service-learning leaders from across campus scribbled down notes. Their eyes were locked on Heather Knorr. At the front of the room, Knorr was excitedly remembering the children’s books her students had created during her recent service-learning Spanish course. Beaming, Knorr shared insights on how the service activity had impacted her … Continued
After switching her music major focus from piano to vocal performance, rising Carolina senior Melody Zhuo is spending her summer performing Italian operas in Italy.