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Bringing Carolina to Fayetteville

Enjoy an evening with Provost James W. Dean Jr., your GAA and fellow Fayetteville Tar Heels and friends on April 17. Dean will bring an update on the current state of the University.

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Enroll in Alumni Summer College

Join us June 12-15 for our third Alumni Summer College, "Old and New: Studying the South in the 21st Century."

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It's Chapel Hill in the Fall

Pack a bag. Hitch a ride. Start planning your trip back to Chapel Hill today for Carolina Homecoming 2014, Nov. 14-16.

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Reaching Out

When Carolina alumni and friends want to stay connected and remain involved with UNC, "Beyond the Stone Walls" helps provide that connection. From an evening at the art museum to touring a Tar Heel owned and operated business with the whole family, check out the latest series schedule.

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See Your GAA Career Coach

Stop snoozing and start searching for your dream job. Members receive a complimentary session from our certified career coach, a $150 value; schedule yours today.

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Collectible Covers Autorenew Your Memebership


Pope Foundation Funds Cancer Research Professorship

The John William Pope Foundation has made a $1.3 million gift to UNC's Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center to fund cancer research and treatment.

Outside Experts Say Willingham's Claims Not Supported by Her Research

Three outside experts retained by the University have found no evidence to support claims made by UNC learning specialist Mary Willingham that some athletes' reading abilities have not squared with the requirements of college work.

Athletics-Academics Issues Detailed on New UNC Website is designed as a one-stop source for information on the issues surrounding the relationship between varsity athletics and academics.

Rights Group Files OCR Complaint Against UNC

A Durham-based organization dedicated to ending what it says is exploitation of students who are athletes has filed a federal complaint, saying UNC has "discriminated against male athletes, especially black, male athletes."

Six Staff, Faculty Earn Massey Awards for Service

Six employees have been selected by Chancellor Carol L. Folt to receive a 2014 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Award, one of the most coveted distinctions the University gives to faculty and staff.

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