A panel of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, on display at UNC, is bringing awareness about HIV/AIDS and recognizing the dedication to HIV/AIDS research that the University has been involved with.
The Dozen Doughnut Dash came back full force Saturday after a one year break. With more than 200 participants and doughnuts galore, this year's race raised over $1,500. The Dozen Doughnut Dash, which was modeled after Raleigh's annual Krispy Kreme Challenge, donates race proceeds to the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The Black Student Movement celebrated its 50th anniversary, marking decades of profound change within the University.
Fueled by lots of coffee, bagels, granola bars and pizza, close to 80 students spent 24 hours straight planning advertising and public relations campaigns for small Chapel Hill businesses, non-profits and start-ups this weekend in a competition known as Crash Campaign.
Andrew Reynolds, UNC professor and founder of the UNC LGBTQ Representation and Rights Research Initiative, has been short-listed for the UN position of Independent Expert on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. Reynolds also has an upcoming book, The Children of Harvey Milk: How LGBTQ Politicians Changed the World (Oxford University Press). Staff writer Jessica Snouwaert interviewed Reynolds about the importance the UN position for LQBTQ rights and representation and the motivations behind his upcoming book.
Friday’s Faculty Council meeting tackled student and campus enrichment, UNC’s Campaign for Carolina and a resolution supporting permanent legal status for those under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Here's what you need to know:
With food, raffles and a ukelele band, Carolina Cupboard leaders and community members gathered around Avery Residence Hall to celebrate the reopening of the pantry on Friday.
In an effort to showcase communication opportunities beyond the classroom, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication held their annual MJ Fest, a club and organization involvement fair for students.