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The UNC School of Medicine welcomed Dr. Mario Capecchi, distinguished professor of biology and human genetics at the University of Utah, as the keynote speaker at the Seventh Annual Oliver Smithies Nobel Symposium on Tuesday.
With bright eyes, crossed legs and a bow tie loosely linked around her shirt collar, creative writing professor Gabrielle Calvocoressi spoke about her newest book, "Rocket Fantastic: Poems," featuring her favorite character — a talking fox.
As the political climate in both the country and the University becomes more volatile, UNC students are continuing sight for their beliefs and make their voices heard. Last night a group of UNC students, bound by nothing except a common school and a passion for the rights of undocumented Americans, held a panel to discuss the consequences of the Trump administration’s decision to end DACA.
Outside of Graham Dormitory on a weekend afternoon, Benjamin Davis answers a question — the same one that he’s faced countless times in interactions that follow a similar, sometimes identical model: “Why do you do it?"
Before Pride Place, junior Brennan Lewis was unsure if they would have a "normal" first-year experience in their dorm room. As a non-binary student, they wondered if their physical safety and mental health would be in jeopardy.
Eyes focused on computer screens, students from across the state spent their weekend analyzing data sets and competing at the first ever Carolina Data Challenge.
In an effort to showcase communication opportunities beyond the classroom, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication held their annual MJ Fest, a club and organization involvement fair for students.
The daughter of an African-American mother and South Asian father, Mequitta Ahuja's latest exhibit reflects a discourse on representation of women of color in art — and is currently on display at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center.
CHispA encouraged students to discuss ethnicity and race in the Latinx community through speakers and open forum Thursday.
Just 7 years ago, junior Amit Dodani was a timid eighth-grader, insecure about his speech impediment. The inability to speak in public became one of his greatest fears. Today, Dodani is a confident speaker, one who uses his past to inspire young students to become empathetic leaders.
UNC’s Habitat for Humanity chapter received a $20 thousand matching grant to supplement its fundraising efforts toward the building of a house for a UNC health care worker.
Coffee-loving students were taken by surprise when Carolina Dining Services temporarily relocated the to-go coffee cups from their regular location.
When the United Solar Initiative brainstormed ideas to fundraise for their nonprofit solar energy organization, they quickly had a unique idea for a 6K.
Outside of Peabody Hall Sunday night, students stood in protest of the School of Education's silence on social justice issues that directly affect students.
For the third year is a row, audio director Cole del Charco rushed sororities to get a taste of Greek life and the emotions surrounding Bid Day — when potential new members find out what sorority they've been accepted to and run with their new sisters to the sorority house.
Around halfway into his speech Tuesday night, painter Peter Williams projected a photo of a tree with multiple lynching victims hanging from its limbs. “This was not uncommon in the early 20th century. As blacks prospered, entire towns were wiped off the map,” Williams said. “Because a lot of people saw it as ‘you got too big in life, you’re coming down.'”
Tim Duane, professor of environmental studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, gave a lecture Tuesday exploring the scopes and limits of presidential power towards environmental deregulation at the UNC School of Law, just days after the Environmental Protection Agency cut roughly 400 employees under President Donald Trump’s administration.
UNC professor Alice Ammerman received the Thomas Jefferson award at Friday's Faculty Council meeting, where she accepted the honor with a “Hamilton” inspired rap and speech acknowledging her appreciation for the University.
UNC celebrated the grand re-opening of the newly designed student stores with a ribbon cutting event complete with a colossal, multi-layer cake for the campus community Tuesday.
To celebrate its first year of operation, the house special at The Meantime Coffee Co. on Tuesday, Sept. 12 was a birthday cake latte. Purchasing one, or any of the drinks they sell, puts money towards scholarship funds and study abroad experiences.