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college Culture Pop Culture

Relatability Bubbles and the Sustainability of Influence

“77% of Black influencers fall into the nano and micro influencer tiers (under 50K followers) where compensation from brands averaged $27,000 annually (versus 59% of white influencers).”

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college Culture Fashion Style

Tamilore Kolawole: UNC’s Unsung Style Hero

“You’ve committed to being Tami. And I love that.”

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college Culture

The Unrelenting Spirit of Ukraine

“We seek democratic values, human rights and freedom, which is just the opposite of what Russia wants for us in this war.”

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college Culture Uncategorized

Making UNC a Blue Zone – And I’m Not Talking about the One in Kenan Stadium

For over a decade, explorer Dan Buettner studied regions around the world with the longest-living populations and lowest rates of chronic illness. After multiple expeditions with National Geographic and a team of scientists, Buettner identified five regions where people live the longest, healthiest and happiest lives. He dubbed them the Blue Zones: Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, […]

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Health & Beauty

Mental Health Doesn’t Stop Here

What has not disappeared are the struggles of students on campus as autumn continues marching forward into a looming winter. The darkness that sets in by 5 p.m. and finals on the horizon did little to bring up the spirits on campus; it can be difficult to remember to focus on yourself when so much is happening around you.

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Opinion

Building Your Personal “Board of Directors”

He is in corporate management and thus has lots of experience on how things can function well in the business realm – all of which usually goes right over my head. However, this time was different, and when he laid out to me the idea of applying a board of directors to my own life – I was enthralled.

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Pop Culture

Interview with Legendborn Author Tracy Deonn

Tracy Deonn is UNC-Chapel Hill royalty. After receiving three degrees from UNC-CH, she featured the university as the setting of her debut novel. “Legendborn” follows 16-year-old Bree Wilson as she navigates the fantastical and not-so-fantastical elements of UNC-CH’s campus.

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Fashion

Is the Fashion Industry Causing Body Dysmorphia?

Within the fashion industry, many factors cause anxiety or worry in consumers. Some stores only cater to a specific body type or a small size range. Brands like Lululemon, Torrid, Victoria’s Secret and more are blatantly geared towards specific women and they prove it through their marketing and models.

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Opinion

How to have your greatest ever besties’ night in

The trip highlight didn’t come from any of those physical adventures, but from a super deep and sappy, teary-eyed conversation with my girls.