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Food Fights

August 14, 2020

Food is so much more than what we eat, nourishing us beyond our bodies. This sentiment lies at the core of PhD student K.C. Hysmith’s research. She studies the deeply ingrained cultural meaning of food, unpacking how it affects class, … Continued

Roll out the welcome mat

August 3, 2020

Their interests range from neurodegenerative diseases to eating disorders to race, class and gender to playing and teaching jazz saxophone. Meet six of Carolina’s newest faculty members.

The Magic of Classics

March 30, 2020

Classicists help connect our lives to those of the ancient world, but in Suzanne Lye’s course on magic and religion, her students do more than just connect — they create.

Science = Art

January 10, 2020

Let these winners from CHANL’s Scientific Art Competition inspire you to enter your own art.

Bookmark This

December 6, 2019

Introducing Bookmark This, a feature that highlights new books by College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni, published on the first Friday of every month during the academic year. Featured book: “The Food We Eat, the Stories We Tell: Contemporary Appalachian Tables,” edited by Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt, with Lora E. Smith.

Researching the Limelight

November 18, 2019

When the actors of PlayMakers Repertory Company step onto the stage, they become someone new. Taking on a character is a science all its own — one that requires art, imagination, and research to accomplish. And it doesn’t hurt to have a dramaturg handy, either.

Carolina veteran employees: Jennifer Washington

November 11, 2019

Today is Veterans Day, the day Americans set aside to honor those who have served their country in one of the military branches. Carolina has 306 veterans who are now working at the University, from all branches of service, who … Continued

A century of theater

October 4, 2019

Carolina’s Forest Theatre is turning 100, so it’s only natural that the University and the Chapel Hill community are celebrating the iconic campus landmark. Join the festivities on Oct. 6.