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The Carolina Latinx Center provides students, faculty and staff with support and opportunities to explore Latinx cultures, histories and traditions and to then use that understanding to work across racial and ethnic communities.
The Town of Chapel Hill is home to more than restaurants and shops. Throughout the town, you'll find street art adding unique color to buildings and alleys. Learn more about Chapel Hill's one-of-a-kind murals.
The Carolina Coffee Shop, the oldest restaurant in North Carolina, has been serving Tar Heels and residents since 1922. After 100 years of continuous service, the shop is looking toward the future with UNC-Chapel Hill alumni at the helm.
Senior Levi Tox has been a maker since high school. He used his expertise to create an efficient — and fun — way to get to campus with the help of BeAM.
Students revamped the Xpressions fashion club, creating a legacy of inclusion and creativity.
Founded by a Tar Heel in 2015, the Helping Hand Project uses 3D printing to make free prosthetic devices for children and adolescents born without fingers. Student designers and builders create and assemble the prosthetic hands for specific children.
Student organization Carolina Helping Paws improves the lives of local shelter animals and promotes mental health on campus.
It has been a busy week at Carolina with Tar Heels moving back to campus and classes beginning. Take a look back at the start of our new semester.