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Carolina alumni (from left) Wood Robinson, Joseph Terrell, Libby Rodenbough and Jacob Sharp of the band Mipso have been captivating audiences with their sweet harmonies for over a decade. The band is currently on tour promoting its sixth album, Book of Fools. Terrell shared with “Carolina Arts & Sciences” magazine the handwritten lyrics to “Carolina Rolling By,” the first track released, and it’s a song that Tar Heels will likely be singing on repeat.
Get to know the College of Arts and Sciences like never before in our new social media series, College Up Close.
The Institute of Marine Sciences in Morehead City recently got a much-needed facelift in the form of a 66 by 40-foot mural three stories high.
KC Hysmith, a Ph.D. candidate in American studies who is also a writer, food historian, recipe developer and photographer, shares her recipe for strawberry shortcake.
We asked prolific author Daniel Wallace to help us generate excitement for a big birthday; English was first taught to students in 1795.
Tyree Daye, assistant professor of creative writing, shares his poem "By Land" from his new collection, Cardinal.
As we move to remote teaching, learning and working, many of us are missing these views. As an online-only Finale, here are some virtual backgrounds to use for your meetings, classes and more.
An updated version of art professor John Allcott’s seminal The Campus at Chapel Hill: Two Hundred Twenty-Five Years of Architecture was published this fall.
UNC junior Carly Onnink was inspired to write this poem after participating in fieldwork last summer through the Juneau Icefield Research Program.
To celebrate Carolina's 225th birthday, artist and alumnus Will Black created a collage of the University’s most iconic structures and landscape features.
Tar Heels who travel the globe, are you willing to share your adventures? Follow @unccollege, @uncstudyabroad and @uncglobal on Instagram and use #HeelsAbroad to share your photos.
An installation by Jim Hirschfield and Sonya Ishii, Beads welcomes visitors to the International Arrivals Hall in Terminal E of George Bush International Airport in Houston.
Many rub recipes are for particular kinds of meat, but here’s an all-purpose rub that’s good with everything from chicken to pork, beef to bologna. Shoot, it’s even good on popcorn.
Artist and photographer Eric Pickersgill’s photo project “Removed” captures people absorbed in their mobile devices. The only catch? The devices have been removed.
Lily Clarke ’16 captured this picture of her cousins several years ago when taking them out for ice cream in Fairview, N.C.