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
What began as a conversation about a person’s purple hair became a unique idea to fight one of the most problematic issues facing college campuses today.
It's always live at WXYC. For Joanna Zhang, better known on air as DJ Spilt Coffee, WXYC is about much more than what’s on air.
As the bright Harvest moon fills the Carolina sky, the Forest Theatre reveals an impeccably earthy setting surrounded by stone and greens inviting UNC to take a break from the day to reflect on the very thing that keeps us moving—food.
With performance season in full swing, Que Rico is feeling the pressure to succeed.
Hip-hop transcends all barriers, and the Student Hip-Hop Organization (SHHO) wants to make that clear to the student body as it focuses on the creation and appreciation of hip-hop.
With the high prices of college tuition, a growing number of students are experiencing food and housing insecurity in both community colleges and four-year institutions.
The University of Louisville announced it will discontinue financial support for "The Louisville Cardinal," its student newspaper, by the end of the Spring 2018 semester on July 25.
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.
On Saturday, Campus Y banners hung in response to Charlottesville were taken down by the University, citing violation of building codes.
When senior Riley Foster first started tutoring young refugee students, she assumed she was being encouraging and reaffirming of their abilities. But when one student casually mentioned he was never going to go to college because his parents couldn’t afford it, Foster felt disheartened.
UNC's ballers get a lot more attention, but its ballroom dancers also win national championships.
In high school, it is easy to feel alone, different, or stuck. In a community where location may be the only thing you have in common with peers, it can be difficult to talk about your aspirations and passions, or to even be the person that you would like to be.
“To a Friend Somewhere in Chicago” is a personal letter to an old friend. But unlike most letters, it doesn’t have just one reader—or any readers at all, really.
Tonight at The Strowd, UNC students and members of the surrounding community will have the chance to experience and participate in drag culture at the Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Pride Club’s second annual drag ball.
Dancing, poetry and creating a safe performance space were all parts of the biannual “Milk and Honey” event.
Carolina Cupboard has postponed its move into another room of Avery Hall’s basement until the Week of Welcome in fall 2017.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month during April, organizations both on and off campus collaborated to address the problem of sexual assault and gender violence to the UNC community.
Justin Do’s Nintendo DS collection inspired him to start a club — but not for fellow Nintendo DS enthusiasts. It’s for collecting enthusiasts.
Hosted by seniors Tori Baker and Joy Liburd, the fourth annual Body Politics event centered around broadcasting messages of body positivity and confronting colorism.