From cutting their own bangs to dyeing their hair to going for a buzzcut, here's how UNC students are styling their hair during quarantine.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of internships, job opportunities and many other projects.
Researchers in the Applied Biomechanics Lab at UNC’s School of Medicine are using virtual reality to study early detection of multiple sclerosis, which could potentially allow patients to be diagnosed early.
This week, Dean Susan King of the Hussman School of Media and Journalism was named the 2019 Scripps Howard Administrator of the Year, recognizing her excellence in journalism and communication administration. King plans to use the award's monetary prize to fund extracurricular opportunities for Hussman students.
The Black Business Student Association hosted a panel on Wednesday to discuss the importance of incorporating diversity in the workplace and the impacts of racism on Black professionals.
Since becoming friends four years ago, Emily Newton and Pauline Filippou have had weekly girls' nights where they watch "Wheel of Fortune." Now, the two are appearing on the show this week as part of its "Girlfriend Getaways" competition.
To help connect students to job and internship opportunities, University Career Services is hosting two job fairs on campus next week. These events will provide a multitude of enriching professional services that all students can benefit from.
North Carolina Integrated Care for Kids is a pilot program for a new Medicaid model created through a partnership between the UNC School of Education, Duke University and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The program hopes to integrate healthcare services to children in five North Carolina counties through 21 years of age.