The little Ugandan girl couldn’t wait until the lesson was finished to give her teacher, Jeffrey Veale Jr., the letter she had written. The letter was actually addressed to Veale’s mother, and it read in part: “Thank you for allowing your son to come to Uganda. He is the one who gives us hope and we be with joy in our hearts.”
An airplane flight. A public address to more than 700 people. Meeting her city’s mayor and other public officials.
The assumption is that people my age tweet, text and use Facebook rather than send postcards. I try to send postcards from everywhere I go.
Ashley Lucas keeps thinking about certain people holding her new book for the first time incarcerated women and their families.
A savvy entrepreneur and social advocate, Amber Koonce is now known as one of America’s top ten college role models.
UNC President Tom Ross loves what Carolina stands for.
Terry Magnuson’s first step toward research to help others was far from beginner’s luck.
In 1966, a girl from Pauls Valley, Okla., stepped off a bus into the culture shock of New York City.
Kevin Guskiewicz first became concerned about concussions when he was with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an athletic trainer in the early 1990s.
Hurricane forecasts soon may be more accurate than ever, thanks to UNC researchers.