Senior Deidra Debnam has been watching Wheel of Fortune since she was a kid, always with a dream of one day being on the show. This spring, she finally had the opportunity to compete in an episode that aired Monday.
A Wake County Superior Court judge wrote Tuesday that UNC should have complied with certain public records requests filed by media during the NCAA investigation of the football team.
The Daily Tar Heel joins local and national media outlets today at the Wake County Courthouse for a hearing that could set a precedent for the scope of a student privacy law.
Glenn McLaurin thought his first year seminar, The Changing American Job, would be interesting — but he never expected it to lead him to his life’s passion. The class prompted McLaurin, now a junior, to become a public policy major and to pursue a research project about local economic development incentives.
As flip flops, palm trees and pool parties fill the minds of UNC students, so does a less relaxing topic – summer jobs.
Alexa Gellman was fast asleep in her room at the Delta Delta Delta sorority house early Tuesday morning when the walls suddenly began to shake.
Two weeks away from the beginning of faculty elections, the candidates for the Faculty Council chairmanship are looking ahead to trying times.
After years of self-funded research and travel, Nancy Gray Schoonmaker, a recent Ph.D. graduate of the University’s history department, was finished.
Smart911 allows users to link personal information to registered cell phones using Rave Wireless technology. If a registered phone places a 911 call from somewhere on or near campus that gets routed through DPS, the information will be automatically displayed to dispatchers.
A leaky faucet has been neglected for months. A security deposit was paid but never returned. A sub-leasing agreement fell apart and requires litigation. All of these and more are problems that Student Legal Services deals with on a regular basis.