Among the university’s environmental pursuits announced at a January Board of Trustees meeting was a goal to contribute zero waste to landfills.
Rachel Guerra, a research assistant at the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders, said society has a skewed perception of eating disorders.
Friday’s Faculty Council meeting began with a unanimous decision to approve a resolution supporting LGBTQ academic initiatives. When asked for her view on the resolution, Chancellor Carol Folt said, “I believe very deeply in the governance structure of the institution so I think this faculty needs to do as this faculty believes with respect to this resolution.
A team of professors and researchers at UNC and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point will use a $400,000 award to develop an online platform to change concussion disclosure norms among military personnel and college athletes.
A power outage on central campus led to many classroom disruptions and early cancellations around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Today, Carolina Dining Services will introduce their new partnership with Larry’s Coffee at the Green Meal: Fair Trade event, which will take place in Rams Head Dining Hall from 5 to 8 pm.
At the Carolina Challenge Pitch Party on Thursday, junior Edwina Koch pitched her idea for a start-up venture: an app called Cross-Criss that notifies users when they cross paths with a friend on any social media platform.
After graduating high school and struggling to decide what to do with her future, Micaela Pena joined the military hoping for a sense of direction.
Dale Bass’ passion for issues of mental health stems from personal experience with depression.
Elton Rodgers, a communications studies and sociology double major from Windsor, N.C., said he has looked forward to the opportunity to run for Mr. UNC since he was a first-year.