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Chapel Hill is a great town. It has a lot to offer. It always has some sort of weekend activity or a festival going on. Since it's a college town, the atmosphere is fun and active. Chapel Hill is also very bike and walker friendly. There are a number of beautiful walking and biking trails throughout the town. Whether you are single, married or have a family, I highly recommend living in Chapel Hill. It's a great place to call home!
Chapel Hill is an amazing community with much diversity within. From the beautiful campus of UNC Chapel Hill to surrounding areas you will always see that Chapel Hill cannot disappoint tourist or even long time community members such as myself. The cleanliness of the beautiful city expresses the communities importance of keeping the environment clean. This feature allows people to enjoy the multiple events that Chapel Hill offers. For example, enjoy any UNC sports game either right from the bleachers or one of the many sport fanatic restaurants or bars right the famous Franklin Street, where you can find many local and student UNC fans. All you have to do is search "Chapel Hill events" and you'll understand that this city is thriving continuously.
I am a college student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill so my interactions with the community, outside of campus, are limited. But for the last year, I have served as tutor and activities committee coordinator for after school programs in community centers throughout the Chapel Hill/Carborro area and a volunteer in the Emergency Department of UNC Hospital. I also tutor at the UNC Hospital School on the pediatric floors and psychiatric units. These experiences have granted me with the opportunity to interact with people of different ages and a myriad of different backgrounds. In the after school problem, I work most often with elementary school children and in the hospital school, I work with students, who range from kindergarten to high school level and suffer from cancer, disease or mental illness. And honestly, the people I have come in contact with have been truly incredible and have shaped my experience as an undergraduate student in Chapel Hill.