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Bernard Boyd (left) and Bill Farthing on an archaeological dig in Israel in 1968. Farthing credits Boyd’s lectures and mentorship for cementing his interest in religious studies

Majoring in a ‘life of meaning and purpose’

Coming to Carolina was an easy decision for Bill Farthing ’70 (J.D. ’74). Almost 60 years later, it was another easy decision to give back to the place where he spent his first four years at UNC: the department of religious studies.

Julie and Flint McNaughton

McNaughton Family Fund supports Program for Public Discourse

Flint McNaughton and his wife, Julie Wells McNaughton, established the McNaughton Family Fund in the Program for Public Discourse to provide for the program’s most urgent needs.

Fall foliage at the Old Well on UNC's campus

Gift establishes first endowed term professorship for the new School of Civic Life and Leadership

The Orville Gordon Browne (OGB) Foundation has made a $1 million gift to the UNC-Chapel Hill College of Arts and Sciences to establish an endowed term professorship in Carolina’s School of Civic Life and Leadership.

Celebrating the Campaign for Carolina and the College of Arts and Sciences

Explore the stories of alumni and friends who are helping to fuel the progress of scientists, humanists, artists, entrepreneurs and technologists at the College every day.

Peter Grauer gestures and smiles at the camera at the Frey Lecture talk.

Frey lecturer discusses Bloomberg career, Carolina roots

Bloomberg Chairman Peter T. Grauer stressed the personal and professional value of relationships and the critical thinking skills he gained in his Carolina liberal arts education at the Frey Lecture on Sept. 12.

Lab members of Stacey Daughters sit on a bench outside, smiling as they face the camera.

Girman Family Foundation provides support for substance use disorder treatment research

A generous gift from the Girman Family Foundation will support research in substance use disorder treatment, under the direction of Stacey Daughters in the UNC department of psychology and neuroscience in the College of Arts and Sciences and Flavio Frohlich in the UNC department of psychiatry in the UNC School of Medicine.

Matthew Colon stands in a barn with a horse, holding its reins.

Helping Veterans Thrive

An empowering clinical outreach program at UNC-Chapel Hill offers veterans and first responders new hope through holistic health care.


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