Carol Reuss, one of the first female professors at the MJ-school, was beloved by students and faculty alike for paving a path for women in the school and being a true inspiration.
UNC Students Against Police Brutality held a rally outside the South Building Thursday afternoon.
For the homeless in and around Chapel Hill, Hurricane Florence exacerbates everyday challanges, making transportation, shelter and food even more pressing issues. That's why several local organizations are trying to do what they can to help.
People have heard of Dr. Suess’s character the Lorax, but they may not have heard of UNC’s very own Lorax, Thomas Bythell. He has been the University arborist for 20 years, caring for campus trees, as well as forests on the University’s non-campus land.
Six UNC employees were selected by Chancellor Carol Folt to receive the 2018 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Awards, which praises them for their hard work and dedication to the University.
The 2018 American Mock World Health Organization International Conference brought together students to gain hands-on experience making public health policy at this weekend’s fifth annual conference held in UNC's Gillings School of Global Public Health.
In the past, Women in Physics has been dedicated to strengthening diversity in the field. Now, the club looks to engage interest from the broader Carolina community.
76,000 woman and 500,000 babies die every year of the pregnancy complication, preeclampsia. UNC PhD student Denali Dahl is one member of a team of biomedical engineers and doctors working together to change these statistics with their startup, MoyoMedical Technologies.
"It all means we’re working together, that’s what this graduation symbolizes." With barks and slobbery licks from their new canine companions, UNC students Elizabeth Nicholls and Kayley Thorpe celebrated their service dogs' graduations Saturday at the Carrboro Century Center.
“What is going on with Silent Sam, what is going on this political and social climate, it is a lot of polarization and isolation,” said Sloan Taylor, the media coordinator of the NAACP. “But through Wilson Caldwell and through people like Wilson Caldwell — so not just him, but the others who were dedicated to service — we learn how much we can do and how much can happen when things come together.”
Panelist Mistyre Bonds and speaker OJ McGhee talk at the 2018 Wilson Caldwell Day.