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Building readiness

Teams across Carolina are working to ensure classrooms and offices are ready when employees return on July 19. Jane Calloway, The Well, Thursday, July 8th, 2021 Carolina faculty and staff who have been working remotely for the past 15 months will return to campus on July 19. While many buildings have been empty since then, staff […]

Virtual Cultural Festival Promotes Intercultural Education In K-12 Classrooms

Carolina Navigators, a service-learning and global education outreach program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, took K-12 classes around the world in its 14th biannual Virtual Cultural Festival on April 23. A total of 27 classes and nearly 700 K-12 students attended at least one of the three sessions offered throughout the […]

Chapel Hill Munch Madness Champion: Top of the Hill!

What’s the most popular restaurant, bar or casual dining spot in Chapel Hill? From the Franklin Street staples to the hidden gems, the Tar Heels Together Munch Madness tournament included all of the classics! Congratulations to Top of the Hill Restaurant & Brewery for being voted the Munch Madness champion! Thank you to everyone who […]

Creating a Space for Black Student Entrepreneurs

PRESENTED BY THE UNC ESHIP CENTER The UNC Eship Center hosts Creating a Space for Black Student Entrepreneurs. This session will focus on discussing the various journeys of Black student entrepreneurs in our ecosystem. Panelists: Caitlyn Kumi (UNC '21, Miss EmpowHer), Sherrod Crum (UNC '23, Black Entrepreneur Initiative), Nehemiah Stewart (UNC '21, Vector Rideshare) Moderator: Chi Nwogu […]

UNC Eship Center Holiday Gift Guide

Support UNC student entrepreneurs and small businesses this holiday season. Consider buying from, or making a donation to, any of these businesses started and run by current Carolina students! The Street Brand To support small businesses in Chapel Hill, The Street Brand has released a wide range of Chapel Hill themed clothing items, donating a […]

From Garden to Table

Since 2015, Edible Campus UNC has been growing fruits, herbs and vegetables in gardens throughout campus and sharing the harvests with the Carolina community. The program manages nearly a dozen public gardens filled with edible, medicinal and pollinator plants while also tending to a private quarter-acre garden behind Davis Library that is dedicated to providing fresh food […]