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Supporting the community that supports us. Our success is North Carolina’s success. 

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    Well Said: Revitalizing Morganton

    On this week's podcast, Carolina alumna Sara Chester talks about how she is working to redefine a North Carolina city and the industries it has relied on for decades.

  • Jaime DiLauro standing by the School of Government

    #GDTBATH: Jaime DiLauro

    UNC School of Government student Jaime DiLauro is using the skills she's learning at Carolina to help North Carolina students achieve their college dreams.

  • Chris Suggs in front of the bell tower.

    #GDTBATH: Chris Suggs

    As the president of Carolina's Black Student Movement, junior Chris Suggs is working to address cultural and diversity issues across campus and in the surrounding community.

  • Tai Huynh at a Chapel Hill town council meeting.

    Serving the Chapel Hill community

    As senior Tai Huynh begins his final semester at Carolina, he'll be splitting time between his computer science courses and serving the Town of Chapel Hill as a Town Council member.

  • Students work to modifiy a toy's wiring.

    Tar Heels modify toys for children with disabilities

    A new student group called Carolina Adapts Toys for Children with Handicaps is working to “catch” the kids who fall through the cracks of the mainstream toy market.

  • Carolina spreads holiday cheer to the community

    UNC Police Officers joined other law enforcement departments to take local elementary school students on a holiday shopping spree.

  • Gabrielle Scronce (center) works with a patient.

    Taking research to communities

    With a degree in human movement science from the UNC School of Medicine's Department of Allied Health Sciences, Gabrielle Scronce hopes to bring top-of-the-line care to all communities.

  • Carolina students provide free HIV and STI testing

    Carolina students are serving the community by offering free HIV testing and providing a safe space where patients can better understand their risks of the virus.