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On Monday, the University registrar’s office will release the official listing of classes for the upcoming fall semester on ConnectCarolina. This comes in preparation for class registration, which will begin on June 1. For those of us who love planning for classes more than we enjoy actually taking them, this period of time each semester is usually devoted to the creation of the perfect schedule.
When we were younger, most of us were probably asked the same question: what do you want to be when you grow up? It seems like a question that a lot of us have been chasing since our earliest days.
High school is a memorable experience — it’s where we made some of our greatest friends and started to think about our futures. It’s a place where we started to bridge the gap between awkward early adolescence and full-blown adulthood.
Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a "pause" in distribution of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine distribution after severe blood clots were reported in six people who received the vaccine.
In the world of Zoom University, we've all become accustomed to the lack of getting ready in the morning. When class starts at 9 a.m., it’s easy to roll out of bed at 8:55 and click the Zoom link right when class starts.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and UNC is no stranger to the sexual assault epidemic that plagues college campuses.
Living with roommates can be difficult. Sometimes they are louder than we like, sometimes they are messier than we prefer and sometimes we just don’t get along.
To the concern of hundreds, if not thousands of prospective computer science majors, the UNC computer science department announced a new admissions process for the major last week, before rescinding the announcement less than 24 hours later.
Medical racism is an issue that plagues the U.S. health care system and can no longer be ignored. People of color, especially Black Americans, are too often ignored by the medical field. This has become increasingly evident as the COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately impacts underrepresented groups.
Impostor syndrome is an institutional problem at UNC, and Roy Williams’ retirement last week is proof.
Social media is a useful tool for a variety of people, simply because of its different uses. From networking to keeping up with your friends, it makes virtually anything possible. You can see the world and connect with influencers or celebrities you adore — the possibilities truly are endless.
Drip or drown?
UNC announced Monday that longtime assistant coach Hubert Davis would be promoted to replace Roy Williams as the Tar Heels' new head basketball coach.
After 33 seasons, 903 wins and three national championships, UNC students and fans are struck with grief by the news of Roy Williams' retirement from the game of basketball.
With the University's last wellness day coming up this weekend, so is the conversation about the future of University breaks.
At last week’s Chapel Hill Town Council meeting, the council discussed a request to extend the jurisdiction of the UNC Police Department. This request would allow UNCPD more oversight over off-campus fraternity and sorority houses.
How many milks is too many milks to add to a menu?
Social media has been increasingly used to promote awareness of social justice issues. Most recently, Instagram has become a prominent space to promote sexual harassment and assault awareness (SAA). The #metoo hashtag on Instagram alone has amassed over 2.8 million posts, not including posts made on stories.
Being a professor is hard. It takes time, hard work and a significant amount of patience. However, there is an argument for the idea that required curriculum — or curriculum as most of us know it — puts professors in a tough spot.
Just prior to the wellness break in March, students in CHEM 102 had to take a midterm before they could start their deserved break. What followed was, by most accounts, a living hell.