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This Day In History
- 1938 Focusing on "equal and exact justice for all," Frank Porter Graham gave the keynote address at the first Southern Conference for Human Welfare, which was held in Birmingham, Alabama. With conservatives and other opponents claiming that the organization advocated integration and communism, Graham's involvement with the interracial coalition of southern progressives was heavily criticized.
- 1941 The Wilson Zoology Laboratory in Wilson Hall was dedicated.
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Commencement visitors can step back in time with a slide show and music celebrating the class of 1967, reunion class yearbooks, and exhibitions. Continue reading Continue reading
Captain Michael John, U.S. Navy (ret.) will deliver the 2017 Gladys Hall Coates University History Lecture on April 12 in the Wilson Special Collections Library. Continue reading Continue reading
University Day, 2016, marks an important centennial. One hundred years ago, the cornerstone plaque of Old East was returned to UNC. Continue reading Continue reading
UNC alumni discuss items they contributed to an exhibition about Carolina fashion. On view through June 5 in Wilson Library. Continue reading Continue reading
Join Chancellor Carol Folt and Carolina’s two Nobel Laureates for a special event in Davis Library on April 13. Continue reading Continue reading
The exhibition in the North Carolina Collection Gallery is an annotated walk-through closet called “From Frock Coats to Flip-Flops: 100 years of Fashion at Carolina.” Continue reading Continue reading
Just in time for the season’s opening game, Wilson Library puts its collection of vintage Tar Heel programs online. Continue reading Continue reading
The acknowledged dean of North Carolina historians was once librarian of UNC Library’s North Carolina Collection. Continue reading Continue reading