Carolina students are invited to join us for a screening of the 1985 mystery-comedy film Clue.
Author: Emily Jack
In April 2020, UNC Press published “UNC A to Z: What Every Tar Heel Needs to Know about the First State University,” written by the University Libraries’ own University Archivist Nicholas Graham and former university historian Cecelia Moore. The illustrated book contains 350 entries covering the people, places and events that have made Carolina what it is. Graham and Moore recently answered five questions about the book, from their favorite entries to the things that most surprised them.
The University Libraries is launching a new delivery-by-mail service. Active Carolina faculty, students and staff within the continental United States can now opt to have books and other circulating materials mailed to them.
Celebrate National Coming Out Day with a fabulous bingo party hosted by Durham’s drag diva, Vivica C. Coxx.
Join the University Libraries and the Carolina Latinx Center as we improve Wikipedia’s coverage of Latinx-related topics.
Don’t miss the first-ever screenings of two newly-preserved films that document some of North Carolina’s most recognizable folk traditions. This two-part series of virtual film screenings looks at the family-run potteries of the eastern Piedmont and the renowned old-time music of Surry County.