Greater acceptance of gay, lesbian and bisexual teens can also help heterosexual teens, research shows.
This year, UNC’s Air Force ROTC beat the odds. All six of the program’s applying cadets were accepted into the U.S. Air Force.
As the North Carolina legislature considers a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage, the UNC sexuality studies program aims to educate students about all perspectives of the debate.
The possibility of implementing plagiarism detection software across campus is figuring heavily into UNC’s efforts to reform the honor system.
Days after returning from the NCAA hearing in Indianapolis, Chancellor Holden Thorp discussed implementing the changes to academic support for student athletes at Tuesday’s faculty athletics committee meeting.
The University remains in the planning stages of reform in the housekeeping department. Positions of membership in the employee advisory committee, which will link housekeeping staff and management, are open.
It began as a PowerPoint on a rainy day, and ended on a bright Sunday in the form of 10 new homes for UNC employees. More than 100 students, faculty and community members gathered Sunday afternoon to dedicate the Build a Block project, organized by the UNC chapter of Habitat for Humanity.