Ask current University of North Carolina students questions about academics, campus life, dorm living, and more.
The University of North Carolina has shut down campus visits and tours due to the coronavirus outbreak, and many families are worried about choosing a college without being able to visit in person and get a feel for campus life. In this Q&A session, we'll ask our panel of UNC students a series of questions about everything ranging from campus life to athletics to the classroom experience. Webinar attendees will also get to participate in the second half of the Q&A.
Adam Dixon is a rising senior at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in Political Science with a minor in Music. At UNC, he is President of the UNC Cypher, Secretary of the Student Hip Hop Organization, a member of the club table tennis team, a radio DJ for the campus radio station, a participant in APPLES-Service Learning, and a residential advisor.
Elizabeth Ensslin is a rising junior at UNC majoring in Global Studies with concentrations in the Middle East and International Politics. She is also pursuing minors in Arabic and Music. Elizabeth was a transfer student to UNC and just finished her first academic year in Chapel Hill. She is a coxswain on the Men's Crew Team, a member of UNC Cypher, and served as Assistant Music Director for her a cappella group (The Walk-Ons) this spring. Previously she attended Dickinson College in Pennsylvania where she participated in a cappella, choir, and co-founded the Dickinson chapter of March For Our Lives. She is happy to answer any questions about the transfer process, majors related to international relations/politics, or anything regarding music!
Jacob Lindbert is a rising sophomore at UNC majoring in Biology with minors in Spanish for the Professions and Medical Anthropology. His career goal is to become a cardio thoracic surgeon. On campus, he is a varsity member of the UNC Men's Crew Team and a brother in the Beta Upsilon Chi fraternity. Jacob is the oldest of three brothers and loves to play and watch sports of all kinds and stay active.
Justis Malker is an African American strategist and storyteller from Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a rising junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he is pursuing Bachelor of Arts and Science degrees in United States History and Statistics with a minor in African American studies. Justis has dedicated much of his young adult life to music and activism, through which he has developed his passion for telling stories. Today, Justis is most focused on amplifying the voices of the marginalized, advocating for civil rights, and exploring the links between culture and human rights.
Image courtesy of Mihaly I. Lukacs
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