The Nonprofit/Social Service Careers Meet-up, a joint event through the Campus Y and University Career services, provided students with a unique networking opportunity to connect with professionals in the social service and nonprofit sector.
While the weatherman says it’s been fall for more than two weeks now, we’re still feeling the heat here in Chapel Hill.
Tar Heels were super noisy today – reading from banned books, exploring bans on athlete’s social media and discussing topics such as street art and graffiti.
Now that you are a little over a month into the new school year, you’ve probably become well acquainted with your roommate, suitemates and hallmates. You might even know them a little too well. But what is the craziest roommate story you have ever heard? Well, we wanted to know.
It’s the eve of October and most tests and papers are right around the corner. While it may not be the middle of the semester, midterms will soon be out in full force and paper prompts are flying into students’ inboxes.
In an effort to promote discussion of a topic that they believe is not adequately addressed, junior Andrea Pino and senior Julia Da Silva pioneered a campaign called “The Courage Project” that will feature a gallery of photos and testimonials from victims of sexual assault.
Here are five ways to organize your time, your desk and your dorm room: Use your word-processing program or Google to print a free calendar and/or planner If you print double sided pages and shrink page sizes down to exactly as big as they need to be, you won’t use more printing money than the cost of a calendar or planner from Staples.
This list began as just a bunch of tips on finding cheap entertainment, because that’s my job. But then I realized that there are so many options that are completely free that I decided to change the scope of this list altogether.