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Bonner Leader Oscar Menzer has been awarded several scholarships to study renewable energy in Thailand. 

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Keynote speaker and social entrepreneur Ken Banks talks innovation.

This fall Bonner Leaders have been out and about doing great work. Check it out!

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HYPE has grown in number and impact despite recent challenges.

UNC Alum Preston Smith is changing the educational landscape.

Introducing educational game-changer Earl Martin Phalen.

Get know Jakelin Bonilla, director of the Global Gap Year Fellowship!

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The “I Have a Dream UNC” campaign debuted their anticipated photography exhibit Tuesday night in the Art Gallery of the Student Union. The project, part of UNC’s week-long celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, documents the dreams of UNC students by having them write their dreams on white boards, then having their picture taken. To get photographs, volunteers sat in The Pit on “Thriving Thursdays” with white boards and cameras beginning at noon. The photographs instantly became a social media sensation, with many students using pictures from the campaign as their profile pictures.

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Dear members of the Campus Y Community,

This Wednesday and Thursday, the UNC Board of Governors, the primary decision-making body for the UNC system, will review 34 centers and institutes from across the UNC university system. At UNC Chapel Hill, the centers under review include The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, the Carolina Women’s Center, the UNC Center on Poverty, Work, and Opportunity, the Carolina Center for Public Service, and the UNC Center for Civil Rights, among many others.

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