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UNC-Chapel Hill explores “Food for All” with 2015-2017 campus theme

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will come together at a common table when it examines food and food studies as its 2015-2017 university-wide academic theme. “Food for All: Local and Global Perspectives,” which builds on Carolina’s 2012-2015 “Water in Our World.”


UNC team places third overall in ACC Debate Tournament

The newly created debate team of first-year student Katelyn Hill and sophomore Ryan McCarthy placed third overall in the April 10-12 ACC Debate Tournament championship. They also placed second in the coastal division, all under the guidance of Christian Lundberg, associate professor of communication studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.


Broadway hit ‘Seminar’ joins PlayMakers’ 2015-2016 lineup

Wickedly funny story features four aspiring writers who ante up big bucks to learn from a legendary novelist.


Learning about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Washington, D.C.

Between April 5 and 7, UNC’s Palestinian Nationalism, Politics, and Diplomacy seminar offered students the opportunity to take a break from reading about one intractable conflict zone to visit another: Washington, D.C.


Philosophy graduate student receives award for leadership, scholarship and service

Kiran Bhardwaj, a doctoral student in philosophy, has received the 2015 Boka W. Hadzija Award for Distinguished University Service by a Graduate or Professional Student.


What’s in a Sound?

UNC researchers are making waves — literally — with groundbreaking advancements in sound technology.


Conference May 29-30 explores food and cooking of the Tar Heel state

The history, geography, and culture of North Carolina food will be the focus of a two-day conference May 29 and 30 at the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education.