Fellow’s Update

December 18, 2017

It is our great pleasure to announce the acceptance of our three newest undergraduate fellows! Mitchell Brady, Guido Chiriboga, and Michael Quint will begin their work with the Parr Center January 10, 2018 and we could not be more excited!

Additionally, four of our current undergraduate fellows will spend Spring 2018 away from the Parr Center. Their plans are listed below. We wish safe travels and all the best to these great fellows!

  • Aliza Bridge and Drushti Patel – Study abroad in Singapore
  • Sarah Green – Study abroad in France
  • Ying He – Internship in Washington D.C.



Laurie Shrage Event Recap

November 16, 2017

In case you missed our event earlier this Fall or want more information about “Contract Sex: Decriminalization vs. Legalization” please visit Parr Center Presents – Laurie Shrage. There you can find an event summary, Shrage’s abstract and powerpoint slides, and interview between Undergraduate Fellow Jordan Lummus and Shrage, current news on the topic, and more about Shrage and her work.

Youtube and Vimeo Accounts Now Live

November 16, 2017

It is with great pleasure that we present our Parr Center Youtube and Vimeo accounts. These accounts will provide event recaps, livestream videos, and promotional materials for our upcoming events throughout the year. They will also act as an archive for past events. What are you waiting for? Come see what we’ve been up to this semester!



Also, a special thanks to all of our videographers who have helped us cover these important topics and events.

Journalist Search

August 29, 2017


We are currently in need of a photographer and a videographer for each of our events this Spring semester:


If you are interested please fill out the information below.

For more information email: Sallybm@live.unc.edu


Sally Moore joins the Parr Center

August 14, 2017

We are delighted to welcome Sally Moore as the new Administrator of the Parr Center. Sally brings a strong background in philosophy in her position as well as extensive experience working as a volunteer with the Parr Center over the last few years. Her skills as a coxswain — from her time on the rowing team — will certainly be of use as the Parr Center kicks into gear in the new year.