Keep donations coming. UNC's Global Take Off: Puerto Rico and the Center for Global Initiatives are doing their part to provide continued relief to Hurricane Maria victims.
College is a time of innovation and inspiration, good and bad, as any college student would attest. College campuses are hubs for this creativity, and UNC is no exception. Many students have used their time here as an opportunity for entrepreneurship. For some, the idea for a business came out of a hobby. For others, owning a business is a way to build their resume and practice skills for their careers.
The DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy at Duke University announced on Monday that it was rescinding an award honoring prominent journalist Charlie Rose given in September 2000. Duke is the latest in a growing number of universities revoking honors from Rose, who has been accused of sexually harassing eight women over the course of his career.
Every Wednesday night from 5:30 to 11 at the Carrboro Community Health Center, patients without insurance have a safe place to get free medical treatment. At this clinic, UNC students from all studies — medicine, pharmacy and various undergraduate schools — come together to offer health care to a community in need.
The Alderman quad echoed with the sounds of Latin music and excited voices Sunday afternoon as the Carolina Hispanic Association hosted Carnaval, its annual celebration of Latinx culture.
Everyone knows college is stressful, but combine a heavy course load with obligations like working, volunteering and spending time with friends — and things get complicated.
With performance season in full swing, Que Rico is feeling the pressure to succeed.
The Accessibility Resources and Service office at UNC knows that when an office with five full-time staff members serves a community of 1,300 students, there are bound to be challenges. Tiffany Bailey is the director of the ARS office. She said it provides accommodations for students with a variety of disabilities.
Over spring break this year, students admitted to Media and Journalism 584: Documentary Multimedia Storytelling were given the opportunity to travel to Havana and tell the stories of Havana’s youth.