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Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni. This month’s book: “I Don’t Like the Blues: Race, Place and the Backbeat of Black Life” by Carolina alumnus B. Brian Foster.

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UNC Process Series presents storytelling festival, ‘Remembrance and Renewal’, Feb. 17-21

Recognizing the power and potential of storytelling in its many forms at this pivotal moment in American culture and politics, the Process Series will present a Storytelling Festival.

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Carolina celebrates Black History Month

Check out the array of events across the College and the University and the diverse lineup of speakers, from the Feb. 9 Frey Lecture with Henry Louis Gates Jr. to the Feb. 23 African American History Month Lecture with Charles E. Cobb.

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#GDTBATH: Joanna Kuang

Senior psychology major Joanna Kuang has spent many hours at Carolina helping others find wellness through the Pilates classes she teaches at UNC Campus Recreation.

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 as they help to keep the University going during the COVID-19 pandemic … and beyond.

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Building smarter so we can breathe easier

A UNC biomedical engineering professor’s knack for entrepreneurial resourcefulness helped him jumpstart the development of an innovative face mask device – and a new startup company.

Henry Louis Gates Jr. to deliver spring 2021 Frey Lecture on Feb. 9

Henry Louis Gates Jr. will deliver the Frey Foundation Distinguished Visiting Lecture on Feb. 9 at 5:30 p.m. The free webinar will feature the literary scholar and filmmaker in conversation with Karla Slocum, director of UNC’s Institute of African American Research. Registration is required.