Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report last month confirming over 1,200 individual cases of measles in 31 different states since the beginning of the year, the highest number of cases reported in the U.S. since 1992. And the effects are being felt all over the country, including in Chapel Hill.
Christian-oriented groups including Cru, Every Nation Campus and Summit College participated in a weeklong initiative for prayer this week.
Cates was named chairperson in 1999, making her the first woman to lead the BOT in its history of over 200 years.
Despite the conclusion of student body elections, much of the student body does not exactly comprehend the role Student Government plays and how it relates to UNC students.
Just 10 days ago, a new Twitter account was created called @sams_reckoning in an effort to disperse a complete, intuitive history about the University’s slave-owning history, focused around the 287 Confederate soldiers memorialized by Silent Sam.
Do you ever wonder why you're so unlucky, especially when it comes to the UNC basketball lottery? Despite the "fair" lottery system in place, many students themselves without tickets time after time despite the benefits of Carolina Fever. Read more to discover the ins and outs of the lottery system and Carolina Fever.
After the recent anti-Semitic attacks, this year's first menorah lightings are a symbol of solidarity and perseverance for everyone. Come to the Pit on Wednesday for a menorah lighting to celebrate Hannukah UNC-style.
André Keiji Kunigami was just chosen as one of UNC’s newest Carolina Postdoctoral Programs for Faculty Diversity fellows. He looks to continue his study of Brazilian and Japanese cinema and its politics in the new environment of UNC and its southern surroundings. He will be revising his dissertation surrounding the two topics through this postdoctoral fellowship.
Shirley Ort created Carolina Covenant to help low-income students pay for tuition exemplifies what it means to be a leader.
For now, work study is here to stay. In response to a rise in federal budget cuts, UNC kickstarted Carolina Works to fund more work-study students on campus. The program supports students who might not meet federal work-study requirements but still require financial aid.
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