How to Increase Health Care Enrollment for North Carolina’s Immigrants

How to Increase Health Care Enrollment for North Carolina’s Immigrants

Sixty-one percent of immigrants in North Carolina have no health insurance coverage, yet the average monthly premium for insurance available through the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) health insurance marketplace is within the price range many immigrants thought would be affordable for themselves or their families, according to a new report from the University of North Carolina... Read More

UNC-Chapel Hill, Wake County Schools, Burning Coal Theatre Recognize 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

UNC-Chapel Hill, Wake County Schools, Burning Coal Theatre Recognize 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with the Iron Curtain Trilogy, a three-play cycle produced by Burning Coal Theatre Company in Raleigh. The plays, directed by Jerome Davis, run on the theater’s main stage Sept. 4-27. The Iron Curtain Trilogy, written by Tony-award winning British playwright David Edgar (also the... Read More

Helping Combat the Liberian Ebola Outbreak

Helping Combat the Liberian Ebola Outbreak

In assistant professor Steven King’s “Design and Development of Mobile Apps” course at the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication, students began the semester by brainstorming how to visually represent statistics of Liberia’s Ebola crisis. The result: ebolainliberia.org, a project requested by Liberia’s Minister of Information to help the country strategically contain the outbreak.
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Southern Culture Movie Series Announces Fall 2014 Schedule

Southern Culture Movie Series Announces Fall 2014 Schedule

The Southern Culture Movie Series features films on the diverse culture and history of the U.S. South. The series is free and open to the public and aims to introduce international students and scholars to local history and culture. The screenings for the 2014 fall semester will begin at 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 4 in... Read More

International Friendship Program Connects Students to Community

International Friendship Program Connects Students to Community

The Friendship Program that introduced Anita and Jialing to the Hoyles matches international students with local families or individuals with whom they can visit, share a meal, celebrate a holiday, participate in community events or simply enjoy the exchange of international friendship.
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