There are hundreds of student groups and organizations on UNC’s campus. Categories include academic, cultural, religious, fraternity and sorority, ideological, political, media and performance. Find out more about the groups available on the student life website.
Topics: Student Groups and Organizations
UNC’s African-American fraternities and sororities are honoring their heritage with a proposal for a garden of plots in SASB Plaza.
A variety of student organizations exist on campus to raise awareness for social issues and participate in activism. The Siren, a student-produced feminist magazine, provides a resource for students to not only discover more about feminist issues, but offers a chance for students to make their voices heard through the written word.
Professor Juliane Hammer wants students to know that Islamophobia is not a disease.
For many members of the Black Student Movement, the Umoja Awards are a time to not only reflect on the accomplishments of the past, but also look forward to what the next year will hold.
Illuminated by candlelight, participants in Friday’s Relay For Life walked in silence on the track of Fetzer Field in honor of loved ones who have battled cancer.
UNC students signed up to eat off of $1.25 a day to raise awareness for food insecurity in the community — but the low calorie count raised other concerns.
A coalition of student environmental groups at UNC has gathered more than 600 signatures on a petition of environmental demands that they plan to present to the state legislature on April 21.
Today, on the 150th anniversary of Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surrender to Union forces at the Battle of Appomattox — a symbolic end to the Civil War — students and faculty recognize that racial tensions and discussions of equality have yet to cease fire.
The issue of low-wage work often seems distant to UNC students, but health care worker Shannon Milton said her job and others like it don’t pay people enough to make a living.
Imagine being confined to an area no bigger than a parking space almost all day.
One assault is one too many for Maddy Frumkin and Project Dinah.
On Monday night in the Miss Black and Gold Pageant, freshman Micheline Amisi was asked what advice she would give her 13-year-old self. Her response: “Hold your head high, girl. God’s got you.”
UNC Men’s Project is hosting a screening of the film, “My Masculinity Helps” tonight, followed by a conversation with filmmaker and associate professor of counselor education at N.C. State University, Marc Grimmett. The film explores the role of black males in the prevention of sexual violence. Staff writer Trevor Lenzmeier spoke with Grimmett about the project.
“There’s an obvious literacy gap within our local community and not a lot is being done to address this problem. We find it necessary as an organization to get as many as our community members involved to address this issue.”
For students that weren’t running to an exam, Thursday’s walk to class was the ideal time to pick up local produce thanks to a collaboration between a student organization and Carolina Dining Services.
Prior to their mock engagement, junior Pratik Patel and sophomore Vanessa Delvillar had never even met.
It says its not Big Brother, but UNC is watching you on Twitter.
This month, students will have two chances to support AnimalKind, an organization which aims to stop the overpopulation of adoptable pets and animals on UNC's campus and beyond
In a week full of snow, members of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority are going to be all over campus handing out little bits of sunshine.
Since October, Carolina Cupboard has been successful in its goal of bringing food to the campus community, but it has not yet seen the student attendance the group expected.