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.
As transfer students make the transition to UNC, some say the University helps them while others believe it could offer more support.
Here's what you missed at Thursday's Faculty Athletics Committee meeting.
UNC alum Justin Lopez-Cardoze recently won the 2020 D.C. Teacher of the Year award. He is using money he was awarded to create a scholarship for students who are passionate about learning, but disadvantaged.
A group of journalism students is fighting to revamp McCorkle Place by campaigning for art that recognizes the history of the location.
As the deadline for housing decisions approaches, housing insiders consider some of the advantages and disadvantages of on and off-campus living.
Open access allows all people to utilize the academic sources to which universities subscribe without paying expensive subscription fees.
At this year's University Day, UNC will celebrate its 226th birthday. The ceremony will include speeches from Interim Chancellor, Kevin Guskiewicz, and other UNC faculty. The proceedings will also honor alumni and faculty with distinguished service awards.
Innovate Carolina and the Entrepreneurship Center at Kenan Flagler Business School host On the Heels of Innovation, a podcast about how to attain entrepreneurial success.
The UNC Learning Center has launched a new program called ADHD, Me and UNC to support, and assist, students with ADHD on campus with resources they may need.