In This Issue
The Making of a BreakthroughDr. Myron Cohen, who has conducted extensive research on HIV, works continuously for a cure to the disease and to make a difference in the lives of those affected by it.
A Textbook RomanceCouples still in school at UNC decide to wed due to faith, fiscal rationale and pure amour.
Through the LensWith the help of student donations, UNC Lens seeks to give back to the community through pro-bono photography for those in need.
Taking the PlungeAs the men’s swimming and diving team celebrates its 75 anniversary members of both the men’s and women’s teams look forward to an exciting season.
University StudiosStudents at UNC-Chapel Hill are pursuing life-long dreams of being behind the camera and hope their hard work pays off with entrance into the industry.
From the Blog
On Sunday, March 2, UNC midterms were on the rise, Chapel Hill faced the most beautiful weather since October and spring break was so close we could almost taste it. But that Sunday was a very important day for one … Continue reading
Now that the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games are over, it’s time to start looking forward to the Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games. The only sport I enjoy watching in the Winter Olympics is figure skating, and I made sure … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in different decades throughout the 20th century? Were the stores your parents and grandparents told about their prime days fascinating to you? Sometimes I often think I should have … Continue reading
Just a week after the closing ceremony of Sochi, we’re seeing the other side of Russia: one that, instead of presenting itself as a benevolent host to a worldwide sports event, is on its way to plowing through the masses … Continue reading
Waking up on Monday mornings for class can be a drag, especially when you know you’ve got a busy week ahead. To think of the dreaded assignments, classes and presentations! A monotonous existence then ensues: wake up, attend classes, eat … Continue reading