"It's a more tangible way to say, ‘I took the time out of my day to send this to you,’ rather than just a text message or something like that."
While they're disappointed that their seasons have been canceled or postponed due to COVID-19, athletes from UNC's club sports teams are finding ways to stay connected and in shape.
The UNC School of Nursing has waived tuition and fees for an accelerated online refresher program that will allow former nurses to return to the field to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNC students will likely be spending the rest of the school year away from the friends they used to see every day. Here's how they're keeping their friendships alive.
Here's what you missed at the Faculty Athletics Committee meeting Thursday.
Forty-five news sources, nearly two centuries of news: Get a glimpse of North Carolina history through Wilson Library's "Papers for the People: A Treasury of North Carolina News Sources”
A week-long trip traveling throughout Europe in the summer sure sounds lovely. But what if you had seven days to travel to Berlin without money or personal phones, and could only use 24 cans of Red Bull as currency? Meet the UNC seniors hoping to participate in the "Red Bull Can You Make It?" competition.
The Faculty Athletics Committee met Thursday to discuss, among other topics, student-athlete mental health and the relationship between student-athletes and faculty.
The N.C. General Assembly has adjourned until April without passing a budget. Here's what that means for UNC faculty.
The 39th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Keynote Lecture and Award Ceremony was titled I Am Because We Are: Interrelated Realities, based on a quote from King. Gretchen Bellamy, the senior director for education, operations and initiatives in the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion, began the lecture by reading the quote. Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz also addressed the audience during the event. The winner for the MLK UNC Student Scholarship was announced at the lecture, along with the MLK Unsung Hero Awards. The event concluded with a spoken-word performance by Ebony Readers/Onyx Theater, a group that is part of the Black Student Movement.