Inflation has cooled, but food insecurity is affecting more students

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


Inflation in the U.S. has gone down, but food prices remain higher than they were before the pandemic. The UNC community is not immune from the economic changes. This year, a higher percentage of students reported that they are experiencing food insecurity.

Carolina Connection’s Sofia Casini reports.


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