On the one-year anniversary of Silent Sam's fall, anti-confederate protesters marched across campus to fight the memorialization of white supremacy that they believe still exists at UNC.
“We are not here to shove our ideas or our policies onto anyone, but really to collaborate with the community and work with other stakeholders to make sure that everyone has a place that they can call home here.”
Increasing diversity in the medical profession is an important goal for pre-med students and medical school admissions officers alike, as shown by the results of two surveys released by Kaplan Test Prep.
The University’s Faculty Executive Committee gathered on Monday to discuss the future of Silent Sam and the election of a new faculty chairperson.
Guskiewicz and Professor Buck Goldstein will be holding a once-a-week course to mentor Ph.D. students who are planning to move into academia following graduation.
A new report conducted by Carolina Demography and the John M. Belk Endowment identifies gaps within North Carolina’s educational pipeline in the hopes of improving education attainment for certain demographic groups and strengthening in-state talent.
Both pre-law students and law admission officers attribute some increase in law school applications to the current political climate.
After leaving her three-year position as president of the University of North Carolina’s 17-campus system on March 1, Margaret Spellings will work for a Texas non-profit developing a plan for the future of the state.
A homework exercise in Advanced Methods of Data Analysis turned into a research project that found 1,500 absentee ballots were unaccounted for in Bladen and Robeson counties, which are part of North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District.