“I want to encourage students to be kind to themselves — to acknowledge that they’re under tremendous pressure. Perfection is something that is not possible to achieve in circumstances like this.”
Campus members weigh in on the prevalence of gender-based violence in surrounding communities and share their thoughts on how to best support survivors.
UNC students are spending their time during quarantine making calls to senior citizens to make sure they don't get lonely.
With 97 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in North Carolina, the UNC Hospital System is testing patients for the virus and working to support the medical professionals still on the job. President of Ambulatory and Post-Acute Care Ian Buchanan said clinical microbiology experts at UNC developed their own testing equipment. UNC Health has also formed a COVID-19 response group of health care experts to address the pandemic at the state level.
With the transition to online learning coming up on March 23, UNC professors are planning on how to make their classes remote. For some areas of study like music and physical fitness, this online transition presents unique challenges. The University has extended spring break by a week to give professors time to prepare for online learning. For some professors, this means figuring out how to teach instrumental music over Zoom. For others, this means seeking help from other professors across the country.
Student activism has continued after Judge Allen Baddour dismissed the Silent Sam lawsuit between the UNC Board of Governors and North Carolina Sons of Confederate Veterans Inc.
UNC first-year Caitlin Davis began UNC-CH Students Against Sex Trafficking to address the complexities of sex trafficking in the state, educate students on warning signs and support local recovery resources.
"The Bachelor," an ABC show in its 24th season, is taking UNC by storm. Here's how the Chapel Hill community hosts viewing parties and celebrates the show.
The outbreak of coronavirus in China threatens all non-essential travel to China, which may include study abroad trips.
Meetings about Porthole Alley on Franklin Street have given students and community members an opportunity to voice their opinions about how to improve the space.
The Faculty Executive Committee gathered Monday afternoon to consider complexities in leadership, debates over the spring “Conflict over Gaza” Conference and the concerns of student government.