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Beyond Spring Cleaning: Rescheduled

Smith will share excerpts from her book, discuss how material culture shapes our identities, and how we often think of our possessions.

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Healthy Eating and Sustainable Diets

Everybody eats… but how do we eat well, in a way that tastes good, keeps us healthy, and helps protect the planet?

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From Trash to Treasure: Plastics and Sustainability

UNC DLL proudly presents: “From Trash to Treasure: Plastics and Sustainability” by Dr. Frank Leibfarth, on October 19th from 6 – 7:30 pm at The Friday Conference Center.

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View of the Old Well on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Message from University Leadership: Returning to operations with Care and Compassion

As our campus community continues to grieve Monday’s tragic events, we are navigating many challenges ahead for the remainder of this week for our students, faculty and staff.

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A woman stands on stage behind a podium for the Martin Luther King Jr. Banquet

Carolina, community celebrate legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

The Carolina and Chapel Hill community kicked off a week of celebrations in honor of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday night at the 38th annual University/Community MLK Jr. Memorial Banquet.

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Mike Wiley at gravesite of Henry D. Marrow holding a book and looking at the camera.

DLL Presents: Blood Done Sign My Name

In honor of Black History, DLL proudly presents a theatrical performance by acclaimed actor and playwright Mike Wiley. Admission is free, open to the public and recommended for school grades 7 and up.

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