The Faculty Executive Committee met Monday to discuss Silent Sam relocation/replacement ideas and University Day events.
Campus Health Services has a new way to solve your under-the-weather feeling of "pins and needles." The solution is... pins and needles! Acupuncture is a great way to relieve the stress from midterms and benefit your mental health, so Campus Health hopes you'll keep this innovative option in mind.
“The (monument) law says the monument goes back on the pedestal. What we’ve been given is the opportunity to develop an alternative to that,” said Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Robert Blouin.
On 15 Sept., three UNC students pitched their startup, Phyta, to a panel of world leaders at the United Nations Conference. The business seeks to make sustainable alternatives for nonrenewable products through the use of macro-algae and seaweed.
UNC ranked second on the Wall Street Journal's list of best-valued schools in the U.S.
Health care is a booming business in the U.S., and the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School has taken note, launching the Center for the Business of Health.
Roughly 800 students apply annually, while only half will be admitted.
A new business has entered the fold of parking options for students which hopes to provide close and affordable parking. Parking Rebel is a new website created by three current and former UNC students.
Get ready for the color-filled celebration of spring's arrival at Holi Moli. This Hindu tradition is a must-do on the UNC bucket list. For many at UNC, this celebration goes beyond religous roots and impacts the community. “Here at UNC we call it Holi Moli as a sort of play on words, and we celebrate it to strengthen our campus community’s unity and diversity and to bring everyone together,” said Holi Moli co-director Rishi Sharma.
“Microaggressions can affect minority populations’ mental health because they end up internalizing the disdain of the dominant community,” said Aaron Epps, president of The Black Student Movement. “That puts the responsibility onto the people who are being oppressed and not onto the people who are oppressing, since they don’t realize why what they said was hurtful.”