Charismatic speaker Majora Carter grew up in the South Bronx and had plans to move out of her neighborhood as soon as she could with dreams of becoming an artist.
Imagine being confined to an area no bigger than a parking space almost all day.
To mark the first day of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, keynote speakers at the Gender-Based Violence Research Conference discussed the problem of sexual assault on college campuses.
Students from the Black Student Movement and Organization for African Students’ Interests and Solidarity came together Wednesday night to address an issue not often discussed on a national level.
UNC’s designated greenhouse gas specialist is just one part of its push to become carbon neutral by the year 2050, and after some turnover, the position is now held by Stephen Senter — the third person to occupy the position since it was created in 2008.
In 2007, UNC pledged to become carbon neutral by the year 2050, but those in charge of UNC’s energy services are not optimistic about meeting that deadline.
Food brings people together — regardless of culture, language, age, race or religion.
Even after five months, students still don’t know about the Department of Public Safety’s Rave Mobile Safety application.
With months of bad press breathing down their backs, staff members in the University’s development office say their jobs are harder than ever.
Black-clad UNC students are planning to sit in on the UNC Board of Governors’ meeting on Friday in Chapel Hill to show support for the University centers that are under review for termination or funding cuts.