Appalachian State University is among 27 universities across the country selected to host the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders in 2019.
A unique project by NC State School of Architecture students tackles veteran homelessness.
Nearly 150 kids from the local community came to Carolina for free dental care and education during the national kickoff of Give Kids a Smile.
The United States has an obesity epidemic, and the impact is expanding.
Elizabeth City State University is looking out for its partners in the U.S. Coast Guard with the opening of a food pantry inside the campus’s Military and Veterans Affairs Center.
In two separate, quiet corners of UNCG’s Peabody Park there lies exquisitely fertile terrain – for wildlife, for native plants, and for research.
Housing assistance is now available to Lumbee students enrolled at UNC Pembroke thanks to a new program announced by the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.
Doing its part to feed the hungry, the Elizabeth City State University Food Lion Feeds Team has won the Souper Bowl Drive award, raising an average of more than four pounds of food per ECSU student
In its third year partnering with Guilford County Department of Social Services, the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University family granted every gift wish for 150 children in fo