Mary Powell Boney
North Carolina representatives do not often get the chance to hear directly from their constituents, but the goal of this event is just that: to amplify student voices from within the walls of our classrooms to the chambers of the North Carolina General Assembly.
The UNC Science Expo drew curious young students and finals-frenzied STEM majors out of their homes and labs for an outdoor celebration of the sciences.
On a mission to save lives, five UNC biomedical engineering students turned what was originally a graded assignment into one of UNC’s most recent student startups, Watchdog Medical.
Going green, even though they're grey. Kenan Stadium will do away with its aluminum bleachers and replace them with individual seats with chair backs armrests. The leftover aluminum will be sold to L. Gordon Iron & Metal Company as a part of UNC's environmental initiative, Three Zeros, started by Chancellor Folt in 2016.
UNC's second annual Asia Week included workshops about language, career and identity and highlighted some areas of weakness on campus. "Asian-American students are ignored and invisible to the University, especially in relation to the resources and support they receive from the administration," said Jason Oliver Chang, a professor of history and Asian-American studies at the University of Connecticut.