Remembering Lawrence Ferlinghetti at UNC


Before was an esteemed poet, publisher and owner of City Lights Booksellers & Publishers, he attended UNC, worked for The DTH and pursued a journalism degree. Ferlinghetti died on Feb. 22. He is remembered across the country for his work nurturing the Beat poet movement. But he notably got his start writing at UNC. (Daily Tar Heel)

Related:

How Crook’s Corner Lives On in Kitchens Across the United States
In its nearly 40 years of business, Crook’s Corner, and the people who worked at the restaurant, left an indelible legacy on North Carolina, one...

NIL era brings cautious optimism to college-town businesses
Bret Oliverio says he wants college athletes to endorse his Sup Dogs restaurant on the main Franklin Street drag steps from the University of North...

Ralph Baric, 3 Other UNC Researchers Chosen for National Academy of Sciences
Four UNC researchers, including leading coronavirus expert Ralph Baric, recently earned one of the most prestigious honors for scientists and engineers in the US. The...

New UNC program will provide traumatic brain injury treatment, wellness services for veterans
The Matthew Gfeller Center in the UNC College of Arts & Sciences will launch a new initiative to make treatment for traumatic brain injuries more...

Remembering Lawrence Ferlinghetti at UNC


© 2005-2021 Tar Heel Times | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | RSS | Did UNC Win?

Tar Heel Times is an unofficial resource for UNC fans and is not affiliated with the University of North Carolina.