For Students

N.C. lawmakers, board question UNC diversity programs

February 5, 2018 Heidi Finley

Some have questioned the UNC system’s $16.6 million annual spending on diversity and equal opportunity programs, but Sydney Floryanzia sees them as her lifeline. Floryanzia, who is African-American and a freshman chemical engineering major at N.C. State University, is thriving […]

For Students

How to survive final exams in college

December 18, 2017 Heidi Finley

Final exams can be daunting, especially for first years who are taking the tests for the first time. While you don your sweatpants and settle in for some long days and nights of studying, catch some tips on how to […]

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7 ways to win in college and beyond

December 11, 2017 Heidi Finley

Michael Askew knows first-hand that “successful people do not experience success by mistake; they strategically prepare their mind for the next level.” Despite the trouble Askew had transitioning from high school to college, he graduated from North Carolina Agriculture and […]

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