Carolina Best Foot Forward is moving ahead with helping amputee children reclaim something they lost.
By Amy Nelson Staff Writer First-year Madison Tibbetts keeps themselves busy. They volunteer at Camp Royall, a 133-acre facility ran by the Autism Society of North Carolina.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Campus Y's Anne Queen Lounge was at capacity for a panel discussing race and the arts in a forum called "Literature, Historical Memory, and Empathy: The Role of the Literary Arts in Our Campus Conversation on Race."
The Carolina Women’s Center is in the midst of a search for its new director after suspending its previous search more than a year ago.
The bonfires following UNC’s 76-72 win over Duke on Saturday were not a celebratory event for Faculty Chairperson Bruce Cairns, who is the director of the N.C. Jaycee Burn Center
Seal the Seasons, a locally-sourced produce startup, will be stocked at local Whole Foods Markets in the upcoming weeks.
Standing in front of a full house, four candidates explained how they would push to make the Campus Y more inclusive in the upcoming year.
The Super Bowl, for many, is an exciting event. For Panthers' fans, this year's Super Bowl is even more exciting.
Monday's Faculty Executive Committee meeting opened with closed voting and proceeded to address the agenda. Bruce Cairns, faculty chairperson, said he wants the committee to make a statement in the near future endorsing the principles of a statement regarding academic ethics. The proposal involves academic responsibility that goes along with academic freedom.
On Wednesday, about 20 faculty, staff and students sat in the Carolina Union's upper level to discuss recommendations for the Gender Violence Prevention Task Force's report, but the conversation turned to discussing norms and problems faculty members encounter.