On April 15, the research journey came at least one step closer to the end for more than 200 UNC undergraduates who put the final product of their research on full display at the 16th annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research at the Frank Porter Graham Student Union.
Surviving the 2010 earthquake in Haiti inspired University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumna Laura Wagner to write the young adult novel Hold Tight, Don’t Let Go, published by Harry N. Abrams in January 2015. The novel is Wagner’s first.
Studying languages has taken Lily Herbert ’16 to places she never imagined she’d go. Herbert, who is from Raleigh, North Carolina, is majoring in global studies and geography. She’s studying Persian and Turkish on campus and has learned Tatar through a Foreign Language and Area Studies award.
Three free Music on the Porch concerts will be offered April 9, 14 and 16 at the Love House and Hutchins Form, home of the Center for the Study of the American South.
PlayMakers Repertory Company will present the regional premiere of “Mary’s Wedding” by Stephen Massicotte April 29-May 3.
Daniel Hedglin (city and regional planning master’s program ’14) has a goal of drawing every building in the Triangle through his #DrawThisTown project. Proceeds from sales of the prints go toward buying art supplies for local children’s charities.
The third annual National High School Ethics Bowl will bring 22 teams from across North America to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill April 10-11. Hosted by The Parr Center for Ethics in UNC-Chapel Hill’s College of Arts and Sciences, students will exercise their philosophical, analytical thinking and ethical muscles as they address topical issues.