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@pikappaphi @johnrancke May 20

I started the Coach4aday blog in 2014 and have done daily posts on one topic for each year. In 2014 my daily posts were on the “Beer of the Day”, 2015 it was “A Friend of a Friend”, 2016 I wrote about “North Carolina”, and in 2017 it was “Colleges and Universities”. 889 more words

A Friend Of A Friend

Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

Did you know that UNC-TV is nearly 65 years old? Here’s a shot of part of a lovely timeline of our public broadcasting organization, from humble single station origins in 1955 to the current statewide network. 42 more words

UNC-TV

First, Do No Harm

Carolina Alumni Review – May_June 2018

The troubling web of opioid abuse in the U.S. was woven by just about everyone from drug manufacturers to the FDA. 3,080 more words

Medical

Protesters In Chapel Hill Deface Silent Sam

At least one person was arrested Monday in another protest to remove the Silent Sam Statue on the campus of UNC – Chapel Hill.

Maya Little cut her hand and smeared her blood on the statue’s pedestal before dousing the statue with red paint and was arrested and taken into custody. 39 more words

Local

Upcoming 2018 Chapel Hill Garden Tour

When you have worked and worked in your own garden until every inch is perfect, or if it is not yet perfect, but you just need a break from planting and weeding, or you are in need of some inspiration, or if you just love and appreciate exploring well-turned gardens, or if you are looking for something fun to do the weekend of April 28 and April 29, 2018, get tickets now for the… 391 more words

Garden

Chinese Environmental Literature (Robin Visser)

Institution: University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill

Discipline: Chinese, (East) Asian Studies

Course code: CHIN 365

Year offered: 2017

Dr. Visser has not specify availability of this syllabus.

Undergrad

How to Have Courageous Diversity Conversations

Conversations about diversity in higher education and advancement can be challenging. But Ishna Hall doesn’t like to say that those discussions are tough—she calls them courageous. 563 more words

Diversity