Campus Health Services, located in the James A. Taylor building, offers a variety of medical services including nutrition, pharmacy, radiology, counseling and psychological services and other wellness care.

Universities grapple with providing affordable long and short-term mental health care

A dilemma that many low-income students and college counseling centers across the state are struggling with is how universities can make psychological services accessible to all students, whether they can afford it or not. 


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Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz fields a reporter's question during an interview in South Building on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. "I've heard students express concern over the distrust that they have with police... and I remain committed to ensuring their safety," Guskiewicz said.

Chancellor Search Committee kicks off efforts for permanent Folt replacement

The Chancellor Search Committee met for the first time on Thursday to kick off the search for a new chancellor. The process is not only complex, but also confidential. Chairperson Richard Stevens said committee members should not even discuss candidates with their families. The timeline is projected to take four months, though the process could take longer. 


Letter: One step at a time

"My hope is that this race will not only spread the word about our wonderful group on campus at UNC, but will allow people to see us as we are ⁠— students of medicine, engineering, law, social work, etc. ⁠— taking life one step (or stride) at a time, just like everyone else."


Ava Eucker is a part of the Arts & Entertainment desk at The Daily Tar Heel.

COLUMN: Unapologetically loving "Lover"

"I will admit there are a couple of songs on her latest album that I am not a fan of, but this is insignificant in comparison to my respect for Taylor Swift as an artist. Not every beat or lyric will resonate with each listener, but love and its butterfly effects is a theme to rally behind; a unifier not just for 'Swifties,' but for everyone trying to find a place in this world."