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Tuesday April 13th

Anthony Howard


Culture

Students and faculty strive for balance between well-being and staying informed

“I think you need to understand that not being informed is not the worst thing, unless it is of primary importance to you to always be up on activist causes,” Anderson said. “If you want to still be activists, you could do something that helps like volunteer and feel like you’re doing something positive about the thing versus just consuming this onslaught of negative news.”  

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News

Student advocate Lamar Richards wants a just future for UNC students

Lamar Richards knows how to keep his hands in more than one pot, as he tackles student equity and racial injustice — all while balancing the demands of his sophomore year at UNC. Over the summer, Richards proposed a technology initiative for students in financial need during the pandemic. As chairperson of the Commission on Campus Equality and Student Equity and the finance and ethics vice-chairperson of the Undergraduate Senate, Richards also proposed fall recommendations for campus reopening. Currently, he said he is trying to establish a minority and low-income professional development initiative that will grant college students with “free study materials” for standardized tests, including the Medical College Admission Test and Law School Admission Test.

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