For four years, Mike Corelli, Western Carolina University’s associate director for the Department of Campus Activities, wanted to expand the leadership experience of the minor in leadership program
You can save your jokes.
Ethan Sanford – who was 14 when he enrolled in UNC Pembroke as an Esther G. Maynor Honors College Scholar – has heard them all.
Twenty-nine students from the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Media and Journalism are in Brazil to cover the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in partnership with the Olympic News Service and the Uni
Preparing more, higher quality teachers and school leaders for North Carolina’s public schools has long been one of the University of North Carolina’s highest priorities.
The job of representing nearly 225,000 University of North Carolina students on the Board of Governors has been acquired by a student who only just completed her sophomore year at North Carolina St
Spending a few hours with Rebecca “Bex” Nelson might make you feel bad about your own relative lack of energy — except Nelson is too positive to make anyone feel bad. The rising high school senior
Rider Evans, a 2016 graduate of
Most courses at Carolina take about four months to complete. But once a year, the University offers a way to finish a three-credit-hour class in three weeks.
Faith Jackson, a senior nursing major and Chancellor’s Scholar with a 3.5 grade point average, from Alpharetta, G