How to (Not) Change the World in Five Months

May 20, 2016

By GGY Fellow Parker Vige. I leave Budapest in five days. That’s one more day than four, and one less day than six. It seems to be such simple math, yet why can’t I understand it? I was suppose to … Continued

The Summer Begins

May 20, 2016

The following post was written by Tiffany Turner, a rising junior in the Bonner Leader Program at the Campus Y who received a Bonner NC Summer of Service grant for her internship at TABLE; she also received a Jamie Kirk … Continued

MedServe is a winning idea

May 14, 2016

There aren’t enough primary care physicians in the United States, and the problem is getting worse. In the 2007 North Carolina report, “State Likely to Face Severe Shortage Over Next 20 Years,” a task force convened by the NC Institute … Continued

Reflecting on My Time in Bolivia

May 13, 2016

by Logan Pratico. One question that I frequently found myself being asked over the past 7 months is ‘what is your favorite part about Bolivia?’ Most people, looking for a straight answer, are quite surprised (and maybe somewhat irritated) when … Continued

Campus Y End-of-Year Celebration: A Big Hit

May 12, 2016

UNC seniors, families, and alumni gathered in the Anne Queen Lounge on May 7th to commemorate their time spent in the Campus Y. Director of Alumni Engagement Sean Petersen and Y Director Richard Harrill thanked them for their hours of … Continued

Stomping Out the Stereotypes

May 10, 2016

As does anyone who is not a white heterosexual male, women face stigmas and stereotypes in our society. Those stereotypes can manifest themselves through various ethnic, social, sex, gender, and class issues. Socially ingrained presumptions affect all aspects of women’s … Continued