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“Blue Morpho”

March 21, 2018

Evana Bodiker is a senior pursuing majors in English and religious studies and a minor in creative writing. “Blue Morpho” is one of the poems featured in her new poetry collection, Ephemera.

Winning Words: The sports announcer

March 21, 2018

Emmy Award-winning sports announcer Jim Lampley tells young people interested in his profession that “in live television commentary, it’s all about language skills.”

Winning Words: The stickwork artist

March 21, 2018

Patrick Dougherty says when you’re trying to elicit feelings and emotions through art, “that’s not unlike creating a great novel.”

Digital literacy fast-forwards at Carolina

September 28, 2017

A pioneering initiative ensures every Tar Heel student has free access to powerful digital tools — and the coursework that teaches them to be critical thinkers and sophisticated users of essential technologies.

Honoring the Unfinished Work

March 16, 2016

The Process Series, which just finished its eighth season, is a very different kind of performance series. Think of it as an arts laboratory, an incubator where works-in-progress are shown to an audience, often for the first time.

Feeling Frank

September 24, 2015

Associate professor of English Jennifer Ho discusses her late Uncle Frank’s love for Jamaican food — the food of his youth — and about her own quest to find a good bowl of oxtail stew.

Southport, N.C.

September 15, 2014

A poem by Mackensie Pless ’15 reflects on the real — not Hollywood — image of Southport, N.C.