UNC junior Alexis Hall works with UNC Office of Diversity & Inclusion and runs two programs through it.

A system-wide study presented to the UNC-system BOG reveals disparities between UNC-system schools' diversity and equal opportunity programs and policies. The study looked at efficiency, effectiveness and transparency and found that there was little system-wide uniformity in the way equal opportunity and diversity inclusion services are designed, implemented and tracked. 

Sophmore Faith Jones, Assistant Conductor of Tar Heel Voices, practices her solo at rehearsal for their upcoming competition.

Hark the sound of ICCA quarterfinals with the Tar Heel Voices

The Tar Heel Voices, UNC’s oldest co-ed a cappella group, are preparing to compete at the quarterfinal level in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella on Saturday at the Carolina Theatre in Durham. This will be the group’s first appearance at the ICCAs in five years. 

UNC senior Samantha Paisley pours coffee at The Meantime Coffee Co., which is located in the Campus Y.

The Meantime Coffee Co. is applying for tax-exempt status

"To those 50 students so far and hopefully many, many more, we are offering an opportunity not only to gain employment on campus, but to gain employment within an organization that you have say in and that you can gain hands-on entrepreneurship and experiential education in," said The Meantime's chairperson and co-founder Lauren Eaves.

UNC student plays Fortnite, online video game, in their dorm on Wednesday, February 14th. 

Fortnite: Battle Royale has spread like the flu, and the gamers of UNC are not immune

Haven't seen your friends in a couple of weeks? They're probably playing Fortnite.  “I think what makes it so addicting is the fast pace of the game, especially toward the end,” UNC junior Lily James said. “It’s really intense, so whether you win or lose, you’re kind of like, ‘I’m ready to go again.’” The newest online video game sensation, Fortnite: Battle Royale, combines “The Hunger Games," Call of Duty and Minecraft in a fast-paced, every-man-for-himself slugfest.  Each game drops 100 players onto an island where they can gather weapons, shields and materials to build forts. The goal? Be the last one standing.