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While Millennials are one of the largest generation groups, there are still more Baby Boomers and older generations that show up to the voting polls each November. The U.S. Legislature is seeing more diversity than ever before, but it is not equal to the diversity of the population that the legislature represents. Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Virginia suggest that political participation can have a range of positive affects for the mind, toward relationships with others and society.
The UNC we know and love would not be possible without donor gifts unless tuition and/or taxes were raised, always politically difficult propositions. Development staff are among the finest persuaders in our midst.
In recent years, on-campus mental health services have been under scrutiny by some student groups. At the same time, campus health services that offer mental health counseling have looked to change their organization. Is there a middle ground?
In June 2018, Dr. Andrea Hayes-Jordan began her role as the Chief of the Division of Pediatric Surgery at the UNC School of Medicine, and Surgeon in Chief at the North Carolina Children’s Hospital. A few months in, Dr. Hayes-Jordan discussed her outlook on improvements to the hospital and her pioneering work on a rare disease.
While Hurricane Florence breezed over Chapel Hill, leaving little damage in its wake, many parts of North Carolina were not as fortunate.
Though state and federal aid will be available to North Carolina after the hurricane, we compiled some of the best organizations to donate to if you want to help.
Here is a running list of what is cancelled in preparation for Hurricane Florence this week.
One goal ends two game losing streak for the UNC Women's Soccer Team. At this point in the season, the heat is on to keep up the strong wins. But one first-year shows promise to make this happen.
“They said millions of people have had to go somewhere, and I said, 'Where the hell are we going?'”
With Hurricane Florence ripping across North Carolina, Charlotte Hornets Owner Michael Jordan is asking for help in providing immediate relief to areas most effected by the storm.
On Friday, WRAL released texts and emails exchanged between UNC faculty and administration before and shortly after Confederate monument Silent Sam fell.
In the messages, faculty and administration discussed what was happening at the protest, expressed shock when it was pulled down and coordinated media strategy. They also discussed their messaging in reaction to the demonstration, with some saying that they should be clear in expressing how wrong it was.
In the aftermath, messages were also exchanged about student government, and their subsequent response to monument's toppling.
Effects of Hurricane Florence are beginning to show in Chapel Hill, as a tree fell behind Parker Residence Hall on Stadium Drive. Here's what Alert Carolina has to say about the development.
As Hurricane Florence closes in on the Triangle, Chapel Hill businesses decide on whether or not to make student employees work.
As of Friday, three people have died due to damage during Hurricane Florence.
Duke Energy is sending crews when possible to assess damage, but full repairs are unlikely during the hurricane as the company awaits full storm impacts.
For the homeless in and around Chapel Hill, Hurricane Florence exacerbates everyday challanges, making transportation, shelter and food even more pressing issues. That's why several local organizations are trying to do what they can to help.
With many areas of Chapel Hill prone to flooding, Ran Northam, community safety communication specialist, gave some traveling tips.
With Hurricane Florence expected to make landfall on the Carolinas Friday, many Chapel Hill residents, including students, have evacuated. Remembering the effects of Hurricane Matthew, they are taking no chances.
But some have decided to stay, including residents in a mobile home park off Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Though local experts have said that the hurricane could damage mobile homes more severely, there is resilience to be found among the residents of Tar Heel Mobile Court.
As Hurricane Florence makes landfall on the North Carolina coast, the over 400 refugees residing in Chapel Hill and Carrboro are working to make up for preparations they may have missed out on with help from various groups.
If you are not a fan of classic rock or hip-hop, this might not be the playlist for you. But hopefully you do have good taste, and if so, you will enjoy it as much as me while you hunker down for the rest of the week.