Brooke Bauman

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Jennifer Kelly and her team in Puerto Rico pose with Puerto Rican flag. They arrived in Puerto Rico to provide medical assistance and set up a clinic. Photo courtesy of Kelly.

How to heal when disaster strikes: UNC pharamacist helps Puerto Rico hurricane survivors

Jennifer Kelly, a critical care pharmacist at UNC who works in the emergency department, has combined her medical training with a passion for service. As a member of the Disaster Medical Assistance Team under the Federal Government, Kelly was able to serve communities affected by Hurricane Irma and Harvey. University Desk staff writer Brooke Bauman, sat down with her to talk about her experience.    


Photo Illustration. Although traditional cigarette use has fallen in the past decade among young people in North Carolina, the rise in popularity of e-cigarettes has presented a new challenge for health officials. 

UNC School of Medicine discovers new evidence regarding the risks of vaping

As e-liquids gained popularity, the world said goodbye to that quintessential smoke smell. The vaping and e-cigarette industries have introduced flavored liquids, ranging from Blue Raspberry Cotton Candy to Frozen Lime Drop. But as a recent series of studies from the UNC School of Medicine suggests, there may be some toxic ingredients masked behind these enticing names.


Hunter Crafford (30), Zach Goins (37), Tolson Jeffrey (95), and Chris Ripberger (35) are walk-ons to the UNC football team. Photo courtesy of Zach Goins.

Put me in, Coach: "Walk-On U" spotlights UNC's walk-ons

For every starting lineup of a college football team, there is a crew of guys who may never get to take a snap in a game. These walk-ons manage to balance tough school work and regimented practices without being compensated with benefits that scholarship players receive. 



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Junior Michelle Hugo, senior Mandy Spalding and sophomore Parker Marshall  staff a table for UNC's chapter of the International Justice Mission. 

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Junior Michelle Hugo, senior Mandy Spalding and sophomore Parker Marshall  staff a table for UNC's chapter of the International Justice Mission. 


Chi Nwogu gives Deborah Stroman a hug following the Impact Symposium at Kenan Flagler Business School on November 3rd. 

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Chi Nwogu gives Deborah Stroman a hug following the Impact Symposium at Kenan Flagler Business School on November 3rd.