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He Was A Poem, He Was A Song

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Location: Online

Contact: Stone Center for Black Culture and History

Description: Community members, faculty, staff and students will convene to explore Dr. King’s legacy through music, poetry and spoken word. This event is part of UNC’s Annual MLK Birthday celebration. This year’s performers include the Just Dance Academy dance troupe, the UNC Gospel Choir, UNC’s Ebony’s Readers Onyx Theater and various performances by local high school […]

Postponed: Natural Hazards Resilience Speakers Series: Donn Young

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Location: New East

Cost: Free

Contact: Coastal Resilience Center

Description: Photographer Donn Young will discuss his personal experiences post-Katrina, including the loss of his life’s work as a photographer following Hurricane Katrina. He will also discuss his efforts as a photojournalist to capture the recovery process as requested by the State of Louisiana.

Humanities Happy Hour: Nationalism in the US & Europe

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Location: Top of the Hill – Back Bar

Cost: Free

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: What a way to start the 2018 season of Humanities Happy Hour! Join Carolina Public Humanities Director & Professor of History, Lloyd Kramer for a discussion about nationalism in the US & Europe. After his brief talk, Professor Kramer will lead a discussion with our audience that’s sure to be lively. Who knows, he might even sing […]

Humanities Happy Hour

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Location: Top of the Hill – Back Bar

Contact: Carolina Public Humanities

Description: What a way to start the 2018 season of Humanities Happy Hour! Join our Director & Professor of History, Lloyd Kramer for a discussion about nationalism in the US & Europe. After his brief talk, Professor Kramer will lead a discussion with our audience that’s sure to be lively. Who knows, he might even sing […]

Dez Mona and B.O.X. – SÁGA

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Location: Moeser Auditorium

Contact: Carolina Performing Arts

Description: “Classy, sensual, exquisitely artful and unmistakably new.” – The New York Times In a riveting meeting of minds, Sága—the Goddess of history—sings intense ballads that delve into narratives on the soul, the search for home and the quest for light in a flawed world. Belgian music collective B.O.X (Baroque Orchestration X) gathers some of today’s finest […]

Study Abroad Fair!

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Location: Frank Porter Graham Student Union

Contact: Study Abroad Office

Description: <!– Comment out Google Calendar for now. Can add back later. + Google Calendar –> The Study Abroad Fair has representatives from all over the world, study abroad staff, and past study abroad students to answer your questions about studying almost anywhere in the world! Come and see what opportunities await you! The Study Abroad […]