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The Process Series chooses ‘Reckoning and Reconciliation’ as theme of 15th season

Performances created by a diverse group of artists will explore race, class, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexuality and childhood illness.


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Global Guarantee thrives as more students seek a global education

The Global Guarantee is Carolina’s commitment that a global education — from study abroad to Collaborative Online International Learning courses to virtual global research and internships — is available to all students.


Randall Kenan teaching an Honors English class in 2018.

Bookmark This

Bookmark This is a feature that highlights new books by College people, published the first week of each month. This month’s featured book is “Black Folk Could Fly: Selected Writings by Randall Kenan.” The department of English and comparative literature will host an event Sept. 11 celebrating the book.


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How to help endangered monarch butterflies

A Carolina biologist explains the insect’s decline, and a horticulturalist recommends planting milkweed to benefit butterflies — and our ecosystem.


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The Graduate School welcomes incoming Royster Fellows

Ten incoming Royster fellows join more than 600 Royster Society of Fellow alumni.


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Bioelectronics meets medicine

Assistant professor Wubin Bai and his team have developed a novel, bioelectronic technology that will improve patients’ lives, helping to safely automate and lower the burden of post-recovery care.


A headshot of Britney Hong and the cover of her virtual zine. The zine looks like a composition notebook with stamps featuring places, plants and animals from around Asia. The title reads "Revealing History: Southern Asian American Writers Making their Mark"

A storied history

How do Asian American authors from the South use writing to reconcile their intersecting identities? Junior Britney Hong sought to find out through her Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship.


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