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What are your fondest memories of college? Were they formed outside the classroom, hanging out with your friends? Did you warmly remember hours spent singing with the chorus, helping your friend run in student elections, or building sets for an … Continue reading
Thanks to the generosity of Jennifer Manning (’89, ’91 MSLS), a founding member of UNITAS, a multicultural living and learning program at UNC, the University Archives now has material documenting the history of this organization, including a photograph of the … Continue reading
The summer months are a quiet time here at Carolina as most of the students have gone home (or elsewhere) for the summer. The few that remain are immersed in intensive summer school courses, or working on campus or in … Continue reading
June 9th is Ask Archivists Day on Twitter. By tweeting questions to @AskArchivists or using the #AskArchivists hashtag you can get all sorts of questions answered by archivists around the globe. So ask away! But remember that University Archives staff … Continue reading