MEJO 584: Documentary Multimedia Storytelling is a semester-long course in which students developed a multimedia project surrounding the stories of Venezuelan migrants in Medellín, Colombia. Their project debuted on Tuesday.
The Buddy Project, UNC Paws and the Mental Health Coalition teamed up to host their “Doggies and Dialogue” event Tuesday morning for Mental Health Awareness week.
UNC professor William Andrews presented a lecture on Tuesday, April 2 to promote his newest publication which discusses the effects of social mobility among slaves in the American South.
The only person arrested on the night that the Silent Sam pedestal was removed in January has now appeared in court for his misdemeanor charge.
A total 156 UNC School of Medicine students will complete their residency training in 31 different states, as well as the District of Columbia.
Three University resolutions were proposed and voted on, including one proposal that passed unanimously.
Embody Carolina hosted a diverse panel discussion to help elevate the prevalence of identity in eating disorders.
New research conducted in part by a professor within the Gillings School of Global Public Health is examining how the growth of the marijuana industry could negatively impact public health beyond the individual impacts of smoking.
In Campus Recreation's first event focusing on Black heath, students can attend a Trap Workout Event and a discussion on the importance of both mental and physical health for people of color.
The student-led event will give free dental care to over 150 children and works to improve education about oral health, as well as overall health.