Sutton's Drug Store has been serving the Chapel Hill community for nearly 100 years and doesn't look to be shutting down anytime soon. We spoke with co-owner Don Pinney about why it's been so successful after all this time.
A short profile on James West, one of several local farmers providing for Carolina Dining Services.
On Friday, the basement of Avery Residence Hall will be the site of a food pantry for hungry, low-income students.
As someone actively involved in preventing sexual harassment on campus, junior Nabil Lachgar was disappointed when he realized the ease with which students could complete UNC’s newly required sexual assault training modules.
A week after Gov. Pat McCrory presented on the economic potential of North Carolina universities, Board of Trustees members spent Thursday’s meeting talking money.
A bill in the U.S. House of Representatives that would have restricted all abortions to fewer than 20 weeks after fertilization was stopped Wednesday night by an unusual source — the Republican lawmakers who put it forth.