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A student raises her hand during Samba Camara's Introduction to Africa course in Fetzer Hall in a class using COVID-19 best practices. (Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill)

Easing back into the classroom

Around a third of Carolina students are enrolled in at least one in-person class. Here’s a look at how it’s going.


From left, Samara Perez Labra and Kevin Giff. (Submitted photos)

When service-learning comes full circle

Sophomore Samara Perez Labra is working on community development and revitalization initiatives at Habitat for Humanity of Orange County alongside Carolina alumnus Kevin Giff.


Las Vegas Nevada sign welcomes people to the city. (photo courtesy of pexels)

Sound and the COVID-19 shutdown

A new study published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America used urban acoustics to monitor changes in human activity during the COVID-19 shutdown in Las Vegas.


Greg Copenhaver

Copenhaver named new associate dean for research and innovation

He will be responsible for developing and implementing research and innovation strategies for the College and supporting leadership and faculty to enhance the College’s research and scholarship portfolio.


Chloe Russell in her Steele Building office. (photo by Donn Young)

Lights on the Hill

Lights on the Hill is a monthly photo feature highlighting College of Arts & Sciences people who are putting service at the forefront. This month: Chloe Russell, Associate Dean, Academic Advising Program.


A collage of Carolina faces makes up the image with the words Give UNC 3-30-21 in the middle

A day like no other

Find a cause, unlock a challenge, join in some friendly competition and spread the word. You can make a difference on GiveUNC.


Joey Lancellotti pitching in 2019. (Photo submitted by Joey Lancellotti)

Tar Heel pitcher turns a class project into an inspirational song

Joey Lancellotti, a Carolina senior and a pitcher on the Tar Heels baseball team, turned a class project into a song that conveys the stories of pediatric cancer survivors from UNC Children’s Hospital.


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