Monday December 22nd 2014

‘Features’

NC researchers map sweet potato genome to fight hunger in Africa

NC researchers map sweet potato genome to fight hunger in Africa

The Gates Foundation has given $12.4 million to NC State to help breed a better sweet potato for Sub-Saharan Africa. [Read More]

Police crack down on jaywalking

Police crack down on jaywalking

Police are looking for jaywalkers on Chapel Hill's streets, and if they catch you, you might have to pay a fine. [Read More]

Meditation helps some relieve stress

The practice of meditating, while foreign to many, can be an effective way to relieve stress and focus on the positive. [Read More]

Students use crowdsourcing to fund projects

Crowdsourcing, or raising money online, is a popular way for students to raise money on the campus of UNC for their various activities. [Read More]

Students celebrate a unique Thanksgiving in Chapel Hill

Students unable to return home for Thanksgiving come together for "Friendsgiving," a Thanksgiving meal with friends. [Read More]

A phone for every finger: Students embrace tech gadgets

Just about everybody has a cell phone nowadays, but some UNC students pride themselves on owning a lot more than one. [Read More]

UNC PhD student accomplishes dream

UNC PhD student accomplishes dream

Ché Smith may still be working on her dissertation, but she’s already achieved one of her life goals, becoming a contestant on "Jeopardy!". [Read More]

New food pantry aims to end student hunger

Students have formed a food pantry on campus to help their classmates who can't afford meals. [Read More]

‘No Shave November’ grows more popular

A lot of men at UNC have a new fall tradition. They go through a whole month without shaving. [Read More]

Berliners commemorate fall of the Wall

On the 25th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's fall, German residents share their memories of reunification. [Read More]

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