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Campus Road Closures Saturday, Apr. 21

Many campus roads will be closed on Sat., April 21 for the running of the Tar Heel 10 Miler. Campus libraries will remain open on a regular schedule, but parking and driving on campus will be limited. Continue reading

Researching and Preserving African American Family History To Be Focus of Apr. 14 Workshop

Researching and preserving African American family history will be the topic of a workshop at Wilson Library on Saturday, Apr. 14. Continue reading

Duke University Library Hours to Change

The libraries at Duke University have announced a change in hours for non-Duke users. Continue reading

UNC Library Events for Spring 2012

The University Library and Friends of the Library announce our Spring 2012 events calendar. Unless otherwise noted, Library events take place in Wilson Library on the UNC campus and are free and open to the public. The concert on March 13 requires ticket purchase from the Carolina Union and will take place in the Great … Continue reading

Winter Stories Program Dec. 8 for Children of All Ages

The 19th Winter Stories program or music and tales for children of all ages will take place in Wilson Library on Dec. 8. Continue reading

Alumnus Will Boost New Friends of the Library Gifts

UNC alumnus Howard Holsenbeck will add $100 to the first 100 new Friends of the Library memberships of at least $100 each. Gifts must be made by Dec. 31, 2011. Continue reading

Library Launches Third Book Drive for Pediatric Cancer Patients

The third campus book drive for pediatric cancer patients at UNC will take place Nov. 14 through Dec. 8, 2011. Continue reading

Original Siamese Twins To Be Topic of Talk by Playwright Philip Kan Gotanda, Dec. 6

Playwright Philip Kan Gotanda will speak Dec. 6 in Wilson Library about his new play, I Dream of Chang and Eng, which reimagines the lives of Chang and Eng Bunker, the original Siamese Twins. Undergraduates who have been studying the Bunkers for a class will present their work and read from the play. Continue reading

Trivia Night in Wilson Library To Benefit Habitat, Nov. 4

A trivia contest and raffle in UNC’s Wilson Library on Nov. 4, 2011, will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Orange County. Continue reading

“Banned and Rare” Readings To Mark First Amendment Day, Sept. 27

Members of the UNC community will read from original editions of banned and censored books in Wilson Library on Sept. 27 as part of UNC’s third annual First Amendment Day celebration. Continue reading