UNC student organizations set their sights on tackling food insecurity

By Lauryn Lovett

Carolina Cupboard, located in Avery Residence Hall, provides food for food insecure students and faculty at UNC. (Annabeth Poe / Carolina Connection)

According to the North Carolina Justice Center, the state ranks 10th worst for food insecurity. That means many North Carolinians–and some UNC students–don’t have consistent access to nutritious foods. But some student organizations are addressing the problem by assisting people on campus.

Lauryn Lovett has more.

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