In this episode, City & State Editor Emmy Martin and Daily Tar Heel reporters Hannah Rosenberger, Kathryn Bragg and Maggie McIntyre discuss the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade on the upcoming midterm election. Remember, the deadline to register to vote is Oct. 14. Election Day is just four weeks away.This episode was produced by Assistant Audio Editor Reagan Allen.
Actively Moving Forward — a student organization that provides grief support for students who have experienced the loss of a loved one — constructed 450 Narcan kits for those at risk of opioid overdoses in North Carolina. “It just feels so rewarding, doing meaningful work and knowing that it’s going to go out and be beneficial in the community," Vice President of Community Service at AMF Joe Hinchcliffe said.
The UNC World View program has worked for over 20 years to connect K-12 and community college educators with the surrounding world to foster not only knowledge of global topics, but also collaborative professional development.
Eleven students and specialists from UNC unearthed mosaics featuring biblical heroines from 1,600 years ago in a small village in Israel. This is the first time these objects have been observed in over 2,000 years.
As the fall semester approaches, UNC students reflected on what they missed about campus life over the summer and what makes the University a true home away from home.
Beginning this fall, University Career Services is launching the UCS Micro-Internship Program, which partners with various employers that work with UNC to give short-term internships to students who want to take the next steps to launch their careers.
The Ackland Art Museum installed a new interactive art piece, or "spatial gesture," on its terrace that features magenta arches and iridescent glass– inviting Chapel Hill community members to stop and look. The eye-catching art features several arches that extend from the ground and frame reflective panels that change color based on light and movement. The Urban Conga, a design studio based in Brooklyn, N.Y., created the installation, called pARC, as an open-ended space for the Chapel Hill community. It was installed on June 18 and will remain there until July 2024.
After a journalism evaluation agency granted provisional accreditation status to the Hussman School of Journalism and Media, the DTH spoke with current and former Hussman students about their experiences in the Hussman school and their thoughts on the school's demotion in accreditation status.
UNC offers a variety of interesting first-year seminars, which can provide students with General Education requirements, major requirements or enjoyment.
In this episode, City & State Assistant Editors Samuel Long and Ethan Horton talk to reporters Maggie McIntyre and Lucy Marques about accessibility barriers to voting as well as campaign spending. Election Day is less than a week away and early voting ends on Nov. 5. Go vote! This episode was produced by Audio Editor Will Christensen.