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The UNC System announced new paid leave options that align with executive orders by Governor Cooper. These allow time for COVID-19 boosters as well as days of personal, cultural, or religious significance. Read more from the Department of Human Resources about when and how to take this paid leave.

The Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies has a personal connection to the people of Ukraine. In this Q&A, he breaks down the history between the two nations, so that others may better understand what led to the armed conflict that made international headlines this year.

All are invited to a free showing at LeBauer Park on June 10. UNCG will show the family-friendly animated film “The Mitchells vs. the Machines.” Guests can arrive before sundown to enjoy fun family activities, talk to representatives about upcoming services and camps, and see a showcase of animation by the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ students.

It is time to welcome incoming students for the fall semester. Staff and volunteers are rolling out the red carpet for SOAR sessions beginning June 2. New students will connect with the people and tools who will help them succeed.

UNC Greensboro congratulates the 68 students at the Moss Street Partnership School as they get ready to move on to middle school. They will celebrate with their families on June 3 at the first in-person “Moving Up” ceremony since the pandemic.