Anatomy Day is an opportunity to compare what you’ve seen in the gross anatomy lab with historical representations of human anatomy over the centuries, drawn from materials in Carolina’s Rare Book Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library.
All other campus libraries are now operating on a regular schedule.
Join us Nov. 11 for a special presentation of this one-man theatrical performance. Wiley tells the story of Abraham Galloway, a young slave rebel and Union spy who became one of the most significant black leaders in the South during and after the Civil War.
Fifty years after opening its doors, the R.B. House Undergraduate Library remains true to its mission: ensuring the success of Carolina’s undergraduates and furthering learning and creativity in the University community. Join us for a celebratory open house Nov. 2.
Microforms and government documents housed in the basement will be available with a one-day delay.