by the numbers
Reunion Weekend 2008 Set for May
Carolina Clubs with active Web pages*
Alumni who have registered
in the online community*
SARAH MCCART Y ARNESON ’96
Online directory records*
( This directory includes records for
257,845 living alumni,
56,464 deceased alumni,
as well as records of faculty, staff,
students and friends of UNC.)
Individuals with e-mail addresses
in the online directory*
members of the class
of ’58 will be the stars
of Reunion Weekend
2008, May 9-11.
They will be
joined by alumni who
graduated in 1957
and earlier participating in traditional Old
Students Club activities. The classes of ’63
and ’68 also will gather to share in the fun
for several activities
and to celebrate their own milestone Commencement to relive their big day
anniversaries. and honor the new class of ’08. The class
Unique visitors in February 2007*
Everyone will have the opportunity to of ’58 also is producing a 50th Anniversary
participate in special programs with RevisedYacketyYack with recent photos and
Unique visitors in February 2008*
University professors, administrators and the scoop on what their peers have been
personalities and see what has changed up to since graduating.
and what is still about the same on the
MOST POPULAR PAGES*
Alumni Directory/Tar Nation
Three Win Patterson Medal
Law to Carolina North? (news story)
Dorrance, University Settle With
Second Player in Suit (news story)
Classmates & Alumni Groups
Basketball Museum Captures Moments
and Memories (news story)
Members of the class of ’58 have the
special opportunity to march at
ONLINE: For detailed information about
Reunion Weekend, May 9–11, visit
GAA Board Elections, Annual Meeting Set
*for the preceding four weeks
as of Feb. 29, 2008
Ballots for electing new members to P.O. Box 660, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514-
Did You Know?
the UNC General Alumni Association 0660 no later than March 31. Facsimile
Board of Directors were mailed with the replies are not accepted.
January/February issue of the Carolina Chair for 2008-09, Randy K. Jones
Alumni Review to all dues-paid GAA ’79, who was elected last year as chair-
members as of Jan. 1. Carolina couples elect by the Board of Directors, and those
each received a double ballot. All GAA elected from this ballot assume office at
members are eligible and encouraged to the Annual Alumni Luncheon in Chapel
vote in each race, including races repre- Hill on Saturday, May 10.
senting areas of the country other than The annual meeting of the General
those in which the member lives. Alumni Association is scheduled to begin
Completed ballots must be received at at 9 a.m. April 12 at the George Watts
the George Watts Hill Alumni Center, Hill Alumni Center.
GAA Online Digest
While all alumni can have an e-mail
alumni.unc.edu and search for
other alumni by name, members can access
personal information such as phone numbers or
addresses in the online Alumni Directory.
GAA members also can invite fellow alumni
to join their network of TarNation friends and
trusted acquaintances.Visit the User Services
section to begin building your alumni network.
Look for these items at
in March and April:
ALLISON MONEY ’06
■ Admitted Student Receptions
Register for the event in your area and offer
guidance to the class of 2012.
■ Alumni Travel Check out the latest
lineup and view full-color brochures.
Clubs Find postseason game-viewing
parties hosted by your local club.
■ Carolina College for Lifelong
Learning See the latest spring schedule.
■ March (and April) Madness Find out
where the men’s and women’s teams are
headed and you can get in on the action.
■ Cheer the Heels with local Carolina
See page 6 for the From the Hill Online Digest.