Beats: women's health, social issues and lifestyle. Columbia Journalism School grad. Tar Heel living in NYC. Bylines: amNewYork, China.org.cn, DIYMFA.com and HerCampus.com
A basket filled with colorful heart stickers. A bulletin board buried under note cards written with words made out of love. A picture frame of a beautiful woman with her hands outstretched and these words printed on the left: “Death is not a threat, but the condition that maximizes my life.”
The next time you catch a cold, buy a pear. Any old pear will do, but the Chinese “duck pear” is the hacking cough’s worst enemy, as I recently learned.
Chicken feet. Eel. Pigeon. It’s barely been three days since I landed in China, and I’ve already had the pleasure of tasting these delicacies.
Though lines of students weren’t spilling out the doors of Vance Hall this year, more students received work-study awards than in recent years.
In its second year, the Kenan-Biddle Partnership has seen a significant drop in interest. The program, which encourages collaboration between UNC and Duke University through grants of $5,000 each, attracted about 50 applicants this year.
When public policy professor Sudhanshu “Ashu” Handa stands in front of a class, he teaches more than just theory.
Ana Samper isn’t looking to make radical changes to the Panhellenic Council. Samper, who was elected president of the council Monday night, said she will instead focus her efforts on perfecting projects implemented this year.