The F.B.I. watched the artist Arnold Mesches from 1945 to 1972. They analyzed his political and social activities, and engaged friends, neighbors, and even a lover as informants, compiling a 760-page dossier on him.
Gallery talk, about Hans Hofmann, by Mariam Stephan and Xandra Eden Thursday, Aug. 26, 2-3 p.m., Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNCG “Andy Warhol, A Documentary Film” (Part 2) Thursday, Aug. 26, 6:30 p.m., Weatherspoon Auditorium. Blue & Gold day. All are encouraged to wear school colors each Friday. Friday, Aug, 27. Men’s soccer vs. UNC Chapel […]
Our university faces an even tougher budget situation for 2011-13, while we remain committed to academic quality and student success. It’s all part of the “new normal,” a term used more than once by Chancellor Linda P. Brady in her State of the Campus Address Wednesday morning in Aycock Auditorium. “We must embark upon a course that will position us for an even more competitive future,” she said. This course will involve taking steps to enhance our undergraduate student profile; implementing an ambitious program of learning communities in conjunction with the development of a new neighborhood and renovation of existing residence halls; and embarking on a conversation regarding an academic realignment that will build on our historic strengths in areas related to health and human development and that will position our academic programs and the Graduate School for greater visibility, enhanced fundraising opportunities and future success.
Chancellor Linda P. Brady provides information to faculty and staff about furlough authority for the 2010-11 fiscal year. To: UNCG Faculty and Staff From: Linda P. Brady, Chancellor Subject: Furlough Authority Section 29.4 of Senate Bill 897, (Session Law 2010-31) authorizes the University of North Carolina System to implement furloughs as needed for the 2010-11 […]
Seen the exhibition of Andy Warhol photography at the Weatherspoon? The exhibition “Big Shots: Andy Warhol Polaroids” closes Sept. 19. The museum is open on Thursday nights – the next two Thursday nights present an opportunity to see the large exhibition and also to see a film of his life and times. The film “Andy […]
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