UNC and North Carolina State University researchers developed a skin patch that can potentially battle melanoma using a melanin-enhanced cancer immunotherapy technique. The team of scientists led by Zhen Gu, assistant professor in the joint Department of Biomedical Engineering at UNC and NCSU, was able to trigger naturally occurring melanin to boost an immune response against skin cancer cells in mice.
It’s that time of the year again, when students are filling up their shopping carts and preparing for class registration. It's a stressful time for everyone, but each student has their own strategy. Staff writer Vennela Medapati went around campus to find out what students think about registration and how they cope with the stress.
Artist and UNC-CH MFA graduate, Ben Alper, spoke about his connection to UNC and delved deeper into the art process of photography with his audience at the Hanes Art Center on Wednesday.
Colin Kaepernick began a sea of controversy over a year ago when he began his peaceful protest of kneeling during the National Anthem. This season, after a series of comments made by President Donald Trump, other players have begun to replicate Kaepernick's original protest. The movement has been controversial amongst politicians and sports fans alike. Here's what student think about this new protest phenomenon.
Two Thursdays a month, UNC's chapter of Challah for Hunger sells bread in the Pit to raise money for hunger relief. This week’s special: Nutella challah.