“This is not about feelings. It is about the spotlight on Arts Everywhere, a hollow platitude that gives the school a façade of interest in the arts with zero actual commitment to this department," said studio art graduate student John DeKemper. In an attempt to draw attention to the lack of funding for the UNC Department of Art, dozens of UNC students protested Monday afternoon in what they called the Carol Folt Revolt.
Some low-income students have had frustrating experiences trying to coordinate a study abroad trip and feel that the scholarship and study abroad offices are not as helpful as they are advertised.
Every pre-law student spends the better part of their career prepping for the inevitable bar exam. But what they don't know is the state of North Carolina and inconsistencies in data might be making it harder than it needs to be.
Activist Kimberly Davis came to UNC's campus Monday night to speak about her family’s long struggle to prove the innocence of her brother, Troy Davis, who was executed by the state of Georgia in 2011.
Dana Coen is the Director of the Writing for the Screen and Stage Minor. Coen has written for shows like Carol and Company, Jag, Room for Two and Bones. University Desk Staff Writer Casey Quam spoke with Coen about last night’s Academy Awards.
University’s Master’s Program in Educational Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship helps students answer the question of how education and technology will interact in the future.
The Kenan-Flagler Business School has proposed a fee for business majors and minors, sparking conversation. Faculty believe the long-term benefits of the proposed fee will outweigh the business school's current financial losses. The fee would allow more students to be admitted, which could address current diversity-related issues.
Especially this week, it seems that love can be found just about anywhere on campus, even in the biology department. Three professor married couples describe what is like to work alongside spouses in one of the University’s most well-known departments.
In the past seven years, the enrollment numbers for students who identify as Black, white and Hispanic have all decreased. Minority student groups are making an effort to change some of those numbers.