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The Old Well and surrounding landscape, including fall foliage.

UNC-Chapel Hill trustees honor four with prestigious Davie Awards

Established by the trustees in 1984, the William Richardson Davie Award recognizes extraordinary service to the University or society.


Bronwyn White sits in an empty row of seats in a theater.

Finding the light

Bronwyn White found her calling when a work study opportunity with the Center for Dramatic Arts taught her how to bring lighting to center stage.


A window or door with the words "BEAM" and "Be a Maker" written on it.

Student workers help keep Tar Heels making at BeAM

While the woodshop, 3D printers and laser cutters in Carolina’s makerspaces may bring ideas to life, student workers play a critical role in keeping Tar Heels making.


Daniel Wallace smiling and looking to the side.

Daniel Wallace to give Winter Commencement address

The professor of English is known for his stories, essays and novels, including “Big Fish,” which was adapted as a movie and Broadway musical.


An American flag is raised on a flagpole

Carolina students will help to share veterans’ stories in ‘After the War’

The Mellon Foundation-funded digital archive of veteran experiences will debut in June 2023 and is presented in part by UNC’s Southern Oral History Program. 


Fall foliage at the Old Well on UNC's campus

260 students inducted into Phi Beta Kappa at UNC-Chapel Hill

Past and present Phi Beta Kappa members from across the country have included 17 American presidents, 42 U.S. Supreme Court Justices, more than 150 Nobel Laureates and numerous artistic, intellectual and political leaders.


Matthew Troyer crossing his arms in front of a collage of photos he's taken as a combat photographer.

Carolina’s Matthew Troyer channels his veteran experience into photography

A master of fine arts student, Matthew Troyer is channeling his experience in the Marine Corps to create photography that shares the military experience with those who have served and the civilian population.


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