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Serendipity has marked Anson Dorrance’s illustrious career

Dave Lohse, GoHeels.com, Sunday, September 19th, 2021 Nothing in life is preordained. That something is fated to be simply is not the case in most instances. For the Carolina Women’s Soccer program, there has, over time, been a series of right place, right time events – and people — that landed the program where it is […]

When will the housing crisis end?

Madeline Pace, The Well, Friday, September 17th, 2021 Housing prices in the Triangle rose to unprecedented levels during the height of the pandemic as families fled major cities, offices initiated teleworking, children began learning from home and homeowners wanted more space. The result was a 20% increase in the average price of a home in the […]

Hark the Sound of Carolina on Spotify

Keep Carolina on your mind with these curated Spotify playlists fit for any Tar Heel. Official UNC-CH Spotify Account UNC-CH Department of Music UNC Alumni Playlist (Class of 1970) Carolina Performing Arts James Moeser Playlist

Carolina Junior Competes for Team USA at the Tokyo Paralympics

By Brandon Bieltz, University Communications, Monday, August 23rd, 2021 When Emma Schieck first started playing volleyball at age 7, not everybody thought that it was for her. Because of permanent nerve damage that prevents her from fully straightening and rotating her left arm, a sport like soccer might be more her speed, they said. But Schieck […]

Meet our new Tar Heels

A new school year is about to start, which means students will soon be back in Chapel Hill and campus will be bustling again. This week, our Carolina community grows a little bigger, as thousands of new first-year, transfer and graduate students officially become Tar Heels. We are so excited to have you with us. […]

More than An Archive

The University Archives at the Wilson Special Collections Library is partnering with the Carolina Pride Alum Network to preserve personal stories of LGBTQ+ Tar Heels. University Libraries, Thursday, July 29th, 2021 What was it like to become New York’s first openly gay elected official in the late 1970s? Or to be a lesbian law student at […]

Lessons from UNC Research

As many Carolina employees adjust to the return to campus, they have a successful prototype in UNC Research, which led the way to safe in-person work. Logan Ward, The Well, Thursday, July 29th, 2021 As many of Carolina’s employees return to campus this month, they have a prototype for success. UNC Research developed a plan back […]

Tar Heel Olympians Set for Action

Carolina AthleticsJuly 23, 2021 Ten Tar Heels, including two current UNC student-athletes, are among more than 10,000 athletes set to compete in Tokyo over the next two weeks as part of the delayed 2020 Summer Olympics. Although some events have already taken place, the Games of the XXXII Olympiad officially get underway on Friday, with […]

Building readiness

Teams across Carolina are working to ensure classrooms and offices are ready when employees return on July 19. Jane Calloway, The Well, Thursday, July 8th, 2021 Carolina faculty and staff who have been working remotely for the past 15 months will return to campus on July 19. While many buildings have been empty since then, staff […]

Adjusting to the ‘new abnormal’

A Human Resources information session addressed questions from employees about the July 19 return to campus. Susan Hudson, The Well, Tuesday, July 6th, 2021 More than 500 participants tuned in June 30 for an hour-long afternoon information session about the University’s July 19 return to work on campus. Hosted by the Office of Human Resources, the […]