When a Latinx first-generation student first arrived at Carolina, she found comfort in the Latinx Carolina Dining Services employees that would comfort her throughout her difficult first year. Now her sorority is coming together to thank them.
The 4 Fair Food Tour is traveling through different college campuses around the country to encourage schools to consider farmworker rights while selecting the food they provide to students.
UNC Project-Malawi is a collaboration between UNC and Malawi Ministry of Health and Population.
Dive In: Chapel Hill combines swim lessons for kids with English tutoring for parents to reach pockets of the community that could use these volunteers the most.
Despite a growing number of resources on campus, undergraduate and graduate student parents at UNC still face various challenges ranging from time management difficulties, to feelings of social isolation to economic strains as they juggle both family and coursework.
Sophie Capshaw-Mack says she found freedom through her adoption of a furry friend three months after she said she was assaulted.
Flying isn’t always the most affordable endeavor for college students on a budget. But Carolina General Aviation is changing that.
MBA candidate Charlotte Burnett will always remember UNC Kenan-Flagler's Business School as a reflection of it's own core values — excellence, leadership, integrity, teamwork and community.
Three UNC students have been appointed to Attorney General Josh Stein’s Council on Collegiate Opioid Misuse. Sheel Patel, Amanda Sin and Anna Austin are the UNC student representatives for the 2018-2019 Council, a group of students from different North Carolina colleges and universities focused on creating strategies and implementing policies to fight opioid mistreatment on college campuses.
Professors plan to establish the AAUP chapter to defend academic, economic and governance issues of UNC faculty. What does this mean for potentially controversial courses?