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Crowder Ran 'Paper Class' System

Former federal prosecutor Kenneth Wainstein, reporting Wednesday on his inquiry into academic irregularities, has detailed how "paper classes" originated at UNC and persisted for over 20 years.

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Three Young Alumni Recognized by GAA

Taking different paths, Dr. Rajesh Panjabi '02, Callie Brauel '09 and Lt. Col. Richard Martin '95 have all found remarkable ways to lead. Photo by Shane Snider

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Carolina Week in Virginia

Virginia Tar Heels and those nearby, each night this week, your GAA is visiting a different region of the Commonwealth, bringing top-notch UNC professors ready to intrigue you.

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Parkway Paved With Beauty, Politics

There's a sense that the Blue Ridge Parkway "was put there by nature," adjunct professor Anne Mitchell Whisnant '91 (MA, '97 PhD) tells alumni at the GAA's second #VATARHEELS event. Photo by Ray Black III

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Celebrate Homecoming 2014

When you were in college, you'd never have gone home on a weekend like this one. It's Chapel Hill or bust for Carolina Homecoming 2014, Nov. 14-16. Don't miss out on this epic weekend.

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Homecoming 2014 Autorenew Your Memebership


Drug-Discovery Center Attracts $3 Million

UNC's Eshelman School of Pharmacy, one of the nation's top pharmacy schools, ranks second in the U.S. in total research funding.

DeSimone Elected to All Three Branches of National Academies

Joseph DeSimone, Chancellor's Eminent Professor of chemistry at UNC, is the first professor in the state of North Carolina to be named to all three U.S. national academies.

Work in Chemistry Earns Packard Fellowship

James F. Cahoon, an assistant professor of chemistry, is the third Carolina faculty member in as many years to receive the award. The honor aims to recognize leading researchers early in their careers.

After Two-Year Hiatus, Yack Attempts Revival

Now that Wilson Library has completed a digital archive of Carolina's yearbook, the question is: Will there be any more to add to it?

$9.1 Million to Support Global Studies Programs

UNC consistently has been among the top U.S. universities in the number of international resource centers with six, which are located in the FedEx Global Education Center.

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