He's coming home.
He's coming home.
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"It affects me, and it affects a lot of people I know, and it affects my community. It affects Black students, Black faculty members and Black community members on this campus. It continues to affect them (in) the many ways in which Black people on this campus are abused, the way that Black athletes are exploited for the Tar Heel brand, the way in which our faces are plastered all over the Carolina for All Campaign when the University doesn’t want to remove a statue that is against our very existence as Black people on this campus."
Silent Sam was painted red around 2:30 p.m. Monday. The person has been identified as Maya Little, a UNC doctoral student, on Twitter. Little was arrested by UNC Police following the incident.
As UNC golf team member, William Register, heads into his final collegiate NCAA Tournament, he reflects on his golf career and how it all began. Growing up in a family that valued sports, he learned to love the game of golf from his older brother, and has never stopped since.
Think you're safe after stealing a brick? Think again. The UNC Police department views it as a criminal offense, and Carolina Housing punishes those found with bricks in their rooms.
LDOC is coming, and these events on and around campus will be catering to your celebratory needs.
To empower survivors of rape and sexual assault, the Student Safety and Wellness Committee of the Undergraduate Student Government Executive Branch hosted a Take Back the Night march on Wednesday evening. Around 20 students marched across campus and Franklin Street to bring awareness to the sexual violence against women, men and non-binary individuals by men.
A white supremacist group in Wilmington burned a Black newspaper to the ground in 1898—only seven original newspapers survived. Last year, eight grade students and journalist from Wilmington recovered some of the papers and UNC's Wilson library hosted them to participate in the digitization of the papers.
New U.S. State Department travel warnings have prompted colleges and universities to revise their international risk assessment policies, which has brought into question what these institutions do for students who are in areas of conflict while abroad.
Alex Robinson and Qieara Lesesne, both rising seniors, have been elected to lead BSM as the new vice president and president.
UNC’s Food Recovery Network has donated 545 pounds of food this year but is facing a dwindling volunteer pool for the summer.
Tanesha Jeffries, a teaching assistant for Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, was arrested and charged with first degree murder and robbery on Friday, April 20. She appeared in court on Monday.
Nursing schools are preparing nurses to combat medical changes presented by opioid misuse.
It's been over a year since North Carolina passed HB 2, colloquially referred to as the bathroom bill. While the federal and state government have repealed and replaced the original bill, the dust still settles for transgender students in North Carolina, who should be spending more time enjoying college and less time worrying about being harassed on campus.
And you know what? I am so happy that I am replaceable. I’m happy this place can go on without me. What a self-absorbed thing to say, as if this place needed me to make it so wonderful. Here’s to knowing what comes next will matter as much as these last four years of letting go have been.
On Sunday, the North Carolina men's tennis team defeated Miami, 4-0, to finish conference play with an 11-1 record. The Tar Heels clinched a share of first place in the ACC and will be the No. 2 seed in the ACC Championship.