Be audacious in your pursuits, but not in a flashy, shallow way, Carolina’s Satish Gopal told graduates at the Winter Commencement ceremony at the Dean Smith Center on Dec. 17, 2017. “Undergird your audacity with equal commitment to incrementalness,” Gopal said. “To … Continued
Byline: Susan Hudson
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill may be the oldest public university in the nation, but its 224 years are just a sliver of the history of this area. Long before Revolutionary War Gen. William R. Davie (as the … Continued
At a recent interview, San San Lwin brought a folder neatly filled with documents that tell the story of her escape from Myanmar (also known as Burma), her marriage in Thailand and her arrival as a refugee in America. She … Continued
On her recent trip to Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands, Chancellor Carol L. Folt dived (literally) into the research University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill faculty and staff and their collaborators at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) are conducting. Folt’s June 23-27 visit included giving the commencement speech at USFQ.
On a recent morning, about a dozen students huddled in an upstairs corner of the Ackland Art Museum, studying and discussing ‘City Hall, Reno, Nevada,’ a glossy black and white photograph of a young, well-dressed couple posing in a close … Continued
Sheldon Peck couldn’t stop smiling when he took the stage for the special event at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Ackland Art Museum on Jan. 25. He beamed throughout the announcement of the Ackland’s largest gift ever, … Continued