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Gathering oral histories from the LGBTQ community

Oral historian Hooper Schultz is studying the history of gay liberation student activism on college campuses in the United Sates during the 1970s. The first gay conference in the Southeast was held in 1976 on UNC’s campus.

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Arts Everywhere Day returns April 14

The seventh annual Arts Everywhere Day will feature performances, installations and activities across campus, beginning at 11 a.m. There will be an all-day informational art fair in the Gift Plaza at the Frank Porter Graham Student Union.

A headshot of Delaney Thull at the Old Well.

Delaney Thull: Making philosophy and ethics accessible to all

A Ph.D. student in the philosophy department, Delaney Thull’s work with the Parr Center helps make ethics accessible to all.

A headshot of Jocelyn Chatman at the Old Well.

Jocelyn Chatman: Bringing performances to life through costume design

A costume production MFA student in the dramatic art department, Jocelyn Chatman makes performances come alive.

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PlayMakers Repertory Company announces 2023-2024 season

PlayMakers Repertory Company recently revealed its lineup of mainstage shows for the 2023-2024 season, which includes two regional premieres, a world premiere and a timeless classic.

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Carolina bluegrass

As the bass player of the Carolina Bluegrass Band, senior Lewis Nazarian found a new space to explore music.

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Approaching artificial intelligence through an interdisciplinary lens

As anticipation and anxiety fuel debates about artificial intelligence, UNC’s AI Project brings together scholars from philosophy, computer science and linguistics to explore its implications.