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Global Game Changers

May 17, 2019

“Before arriving in Chapel Hill, I knew almost nothing about Carolina, but I felt in my bones that it could be my home.” – Andrew Reynolds People are what drew Andrew Reynolds to Chapel Hill. The University of North Carolina … Continued

The Story of Us

May 17, 2019

The Story of Us: Documenting and Preserving LGBTQIA Carolina History As Carolina Pride Alum Network (CPAN) members, we are deeply committed to amplifying the voices of LGBTQIA experiences, and we have a unique opportunity now to tell our story and … Continued

E. Patrick Johnson

May 17, 2019

Patrick Johnson ’89, ‘91 (M.A.) is a North Carolina native and has dedicated his life to sharing the untold stories of LGBTQ individuals in the South. He is an award-winning author of eight books, including two oral history collections: Sweet … Continued

March Newsletter

August 2, 2018

Just over a year ago, at the encouragement of University leadership, a group of alums began working to formalize a UNC LGBTQ Alumni Network.

From the LGBTQ Center Director

July 10, 2018

“While we aim to serve the needs of Carolina’s LGBTQ community, we are here as a resource for the entire community, as well as anyone with LGBTQ individuals in their lives,” Phoenix said.


July 10, 2018

UNC Political Science Professor Andrew Reynolds has been shortlisted to be the United Nation’s Independent Expert on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

Summer Newsletter

June 2, 2018

Seven schools earned a gold medallion in SportSafe’s LGBT rankings for inclusion — Nebraska, Northwestern, Oregon, North Carolina, Temple, UCLA and USC.