Memorial Hall has hosted world-renowned performers and elegant ceremonies throughout her long and storied history.
Description: Sustainability is a core value and top-level priority at Carolina. Success depends on each of us taking an active role. Be the leader in your workplace by learning practical steps to become more economically, environmentally, and socially responsible. This workshop will help participants identify, measure, and promote sustainable change opportunities in their areas. Participants will […]
Contact: Caroline White
Description: The Eve Carson Scholarship was established in 2008 to celebrate junior-year students who have exhibited passion and transformative growth while at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As the living legacy of former student body president Eve Carson, the scholarship fulfills the vision for a student-run merit scholarship she included in her platform. […]
Location: Paul Green Theatre
Cost: 15 - 55
Contact: PlayMakers Repertory Company
Description: April 3, 1968. Memphis. The Lorraine Motel. Spend an historic night with Civil Rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as a visitation from a mysterious woman leads him to confront his innermost thoughts and fears on the stormy evening before his assassination. PlayMakers proudly presents the regional premiere of this award-winning new play acclaimed […]
Location: NC Botanical Garden Education Center
Contact: North Carolina Botanical Garden
Description: Come to the North Carolina Botanical Garden for this special reading by poet Tony Reevy from his new collection of poems Old North (Iris Press, 2013), a book of poems about the places, history, and culture of North Carolina and its geographical regions. Hard to fit great big North Carolina into a book of poems, […]
Location: Moeser Auditorium
Contact: Music Department
Description: UNC voice professor Jeanne Fischer (soprano) presents Mayn goldener brunem, a recital of Yiddish-language art songs. Fischer will be accompanied by faculty colleague Brent Wissick (cello) and Deborah Hollis (piano). This recital is sponsored by a grant from the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies.