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Caribbean Student Association provides family for students

At UNC, students are inspired to join organizations that they feel best represent them. The same energy that drives students to join is the same force that inspires them to create. In the case of Caribbean Students Organization, students not only created, but established a tradition of their own. 

Chapel Hill received up to 10 inches of snow on Jan. 17, leading to two and a half days of cancelled classes for UNC students.

University staff works through snow to ensure students have full stomachs

As snow covered the University last week, students across campus frolicked in the absence of classes. But for some, the wintery weather didn’t mean time off, as the University remained in Condition 2: Suspended Operations — where classes are  canceled, but the University remains open for mandatory operations. This means some workers, like employees of Carolina Dining Services, must still report to work. 


Ram's Nook brings Mediterranean Deli to Smith Center

The Ram’s Nook, a new concession stand run by University students, faculty and staff, will offer healthy food options at the Smith Center beginning this Saturday by having local favorite Mediterranean Deli cater the stand. Tar Heel fans will be able to purchase fresh food at comparable prices to current offerings.

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Q & A with UNC professor Claude Clegg on African-American activism today

Claude Clegg is a UNC professor focusing on how African communities outside of Africa. The Lyle V. Jones Distinguished Professor is currently working on a book exploring how African Americans have experienced the Obama presidency. Staff writer Taylor Buck asked him about his work and how African American activism has changed since the days of Martin Luther King Jr.