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A message from Carolina’s 11th University Librarian.

Her appointment begins Jan. 30, 2023

Nancy Tomes, Distinguished professor of history at Stony Brook University, will talk about motivating people to act in a public health crisis and whether there is a role fear in today’s public health messsaging.

Protesters, including Deborah Ferruccio (right) in Warren County, 1982. Original photo by Harold Moore.

An exhibition at the Wilson Special Collections Library tells the story of a watershed moment in environmental activism through the perspectives of those who lived it.

A belt worn by one of Carolina’s most famous alumni, the hook that drew water from the Old Well and a concert button are all preserved in Wilson Library’s Carolina Keepsakes online collection.

The University Libraries is pleased to announce the 2021-22 cohort of CALAs.

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