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Carolina in the world

UNC is infusing a global dimension throughout its teaching, research and service activities to broaden Carolina’s global reach. Already one of the country’s leading universities for global enrichment, UNC aspires to provide the most diverse and innovative global learning opportunities for students through cultural activities and study abroad programs. (UNC.edu)

Then and Now: A Photographic Look at Chapel Hill

Julian's: Maurice and Mary Julian opened their doors on Franklin Street in 1942, bringing Ivy League style to Chapel Hill. Daughter Missy Julian-Fox and husband Michael Fox took over when Maurice died in 1993. In 2007, Missy’s brother, Alexander, and his wife, Meagan, moved the store across the street to a larger location, which had been the site of his own store. (Chapel Hill Magazine)

Six UNC undergraduates selected as Phillips Ambassadors for study in Asia

Six undergraduates from UNC have been selected as Phillips Ambassadors for study abroad programs in Asia in 2020. Two scholarship recipients will study in Singapore, two in Taiwan, one in South Korea and one in Thailand. The Phillips Ambassadors Program is part of the University's Carolina Asia Center, in association with the UNC Study Abroad Office. (UNC.edu)

The Best Dive Bar In Every State (North Carolina) - He’s Not Here

He's Not Here in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, has been called the perfect college dive bar, and we can see why. If you went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or are just a Tar Heels fan, then you have probably had the legendary 33-ounce Blue Cup. If you want to drink with your pooch, you’re in luck — the outdoor seating area is dog-friendly. (The Daily Meal)

Cooler on the Other Side: The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of Stuart Scott

In 1993, a 28-year-old anchorman appeared on ESPN2. He had a high-top fade and a bottomless well of self-confidence. The latter was important. How else was going to drag ESPN into the 21st century? Five years after his death from cancer, it’s easy to forget just how much of sports television Scott helped unlock. So let’s remember. (The Ringer)

New decade, same Sutton's: Patrons reminisce on legacy of a Tar Heel classic

It's 11:15 a.m. on a Tuesday morning in Chapel Hill, and Sutton’s is packed. No booth is left unused, and no coffee cup is left unfilled. The fact that Sutton’s was packed at 11:00 a.m. on a Tuesday is a testament to why they have managed to stay in business since 1923. 2020 marks the 10th decade the Franklin Street restaurant has been in operation. (Daily Tar Heel)

Two UNC alumnae named recipients of Marshall Scholarship

Two University of North Carolina alumnae are recipients of the prestigious Marshall Scholarship, which funds graduate studies in any field at up to two United Kingdom institutions. Anne Sutton, a 2018 graduate with degrees in music and geography, and Olivia Holder, with a bachelor’s degree in history in 2018, are UNC's 19th and 20th Marshall Scholars. (UNC.edu)

Mipso - The Unlikely Story Of A Band With A Lot To Like

The band Mipso never anticipated being as successful as they became. It is a band that mandolin player Jacob Sharp called unlikely, because none of the members studied music when they met at UNC, and none of them thought music was going to be a career -- nothing beyond their initial love of other bands, and of playing together. (WNCW)

UNC professor creates birth control alternative

Dr. Rahima Benhabbour’s roots in women’s health advocacy run deep. As an assistant professor in the UNC/N.C. State Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering and adjunct professor at the UNC School of Pharmacy, her research interest is drug delivery devices for disease prevention and treatment. Her team at AnelleO continues to develop their product. (Chapel Hill Magazine)

Two-time Carolina alumna graduates from NASA astronaut basic training

Zena Cardman (class of UNC 2010, 2014, M.S.) is one step closer to outer space. Cardman concluded more than two years of training at a graduation ceremony at Johnson Space Center on Jan. 10. She is now eligible for spaceflight, including assignments to the International Space Station, missions to the moon and, potentially, missions to Mars. (UNC.edu)
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