Excavators broke ground in the Peabody Park recreation area (between the soccer fields and native prairie) and in the adjacent Peabody Park woodland area (near…Read More
On March 27, 1931, the General Assembly consolidated what is now UNC-Chapel Hill, N.C. State University and UNC-Greensboro into the University of North Carolina system. The streamlined system was intended to reduce inefficiency and redundancy in higher education.
For more than 125 years the only campus of the University of North Carolina, chartered in 1789, was at Chapel Hill. Beginning in 1877, the General Assembly began to support other institutions of higher education with diverse purposes. After the initial creation of the multi-campus University in 1931, more schools were brought into the fold in 1969. In 1971 legislation was passed bringing the state’s ten remaining public institutions on board.
As of fall 2012, the entire system had more than 175,000 students across all of its campuses.
Memories make up who we are as human beings. They create self-identity. They play a critical role in learning in the classroom. And they’re the…Read More
A postseason tournament run all the way to the championship game. A Southern Conference Coach of the Year Award. The most wins in a decade. Trina…Read More