Month: October 2017

Watch: Exhibition Presents Three Centuries of Fairs in North Carolina

You won’t find Ferris wheels, livestock, or candied apples at UNC’s Wilson Library, but you will find “Meet Me on the Midway.” The exhibition looks at the history of a uniquely American tradition.

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Two Librarian Appointments Will Advance Open Access at Carolina

Rebekah Kati is UNC’s new institutional repository librarian and Jennifer Solomon is open access librarian.

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Davis Floors 2, 7, 8 Next to Be Affected by Construction

The north side of Davis Library floor 2 will close during October; floors 7 and 8 (call number ranges PK-Z) will begin to close in November.

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FRIDAY: Southern Historical Collection to Screen Amateur Film Footage

Join archivists in the Great Hall of the Student Union to view unique film and video footage and get tips for preserving your home movies.

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TODAY: Learn About Incubator Awards for Student Creative Artists

An informational open house in Wilson Library will provide a chance for UNC student artists and performers to learn about Incubator Grants and how to apply for one.

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The Campaign for Carolina Begins

The Libraries will be part of UNC’s ambitious new capital campaign, “For All Kind: The Campaign For Carolina.” Learn how you can support the Libraries, and the researchers and students who rely on them.

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