Ruiz Studies South American Volcano Cotopaxi

Ruiz Studies South American Volcano Cotopaxi

On a warm morning in mid-October, Ecuador’s colorful capital, Quito, buzzes with activity. Throngs of people move through the market in the Mariscal, Yaraví music emanates from cars stuck in traffic, and street vendors sell fragrant salchipapas and empanadas to tourists and locals alike. The equatorial city basks in the abundant sunshine and crisp air of the Andes mountain range.
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UNC Hosts Reception for Alumni and Friends at Winston House in London

UNC Hosts Reception for Alumni and Friends at Winston House in London

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill hosted a reception for more than 80 alumni and friends at Winston House in London on Wednesday, April 26. The reception was a prelude to the upcoming year of programming to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Winston House, UNC’s European hub in historic Bedford Square.
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Global Heel Ryan Seguin ’17 MPH Reduces Health Disparities through Nutrition

Global Heel Ryan Seguin ’17 MPH Reduces Health Disparities through Nutrition

During his first two years as an undergraduate at Utah State University, Ryan Seguin ’17 MPH planned to major in exercise and sports science. After his sophomore year, he took a two-year mission to Ghana and Cameroon through his church, and his educational and career plans changed.
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NC Scholars’ Latino Initiative, Carrboro to Encourage Dreams of Education through Broadband Network

NC Scholars’ Latino Initiative, Carrboro to Encourage Dreams of Education through Broadband Network

First- and second-generation immigrant students will have the opportunity to pursue their higher education dreams with help from the North Carolina Scholars Latino Initiative (NC Sli) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Working in collaboration with the Town of Carrboro, NC Sli will expand its eAdvising program.
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Naturalization Ceremony at UNC Recognizes 57 New US Citizens

Naturalization Ceremony at UNC Recognizes 57 New US Citizens

Fifty-seven North Carolina candidates for U.S. citizenship participated in a naturalization ceremony on Friday, March 24, 2017, at the FedEx Global Education Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The candidates represented 25 countries of origin.
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