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CUAB brings back tradition of homecoming comedy show

This year’s Carolina Homecoming Weekend just got a little funnier.

Residents against construction of event space in southwest Orange County

Monday night, Orange County residents gathered in Hillsborough to hear an appeal of a building permit for Kara Brewer and Southeast Property Group, LLC. 

Brewer and SPG are seeking Special Use Permits to construct the Barn of Chapel Hill, a $735,000 event space for weddings and corporate events.

Journalism class aims to teach students financial skills for adulthood

Students in a personal finance class have the opportunity to learn real life skills — like paying a mortgage and buying a home.

GPSF continues to seek separation from student government


During the Graduate and Professional Student Federation meeting Tuesday, several bills were passed concerning amendments in the constitution. The main discussion was about the steps needed to separate the GPSF from Student Congress. 

NC gun group to raffle rifle with Hillary Clinton photo

A North Carolina gun rights organization is under fire for an upcoming raffle that will include a rifle and portrait of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as prizes.

UNC students: What’s your favorite tailgate type?

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Author Reyna Grande discusses struggles of crossing US border


Reyna Grande shared her story of the many physical and metaphorical borders she has crossed in her life — including the US/Mexico border.

Nina Totenberg discusses women in the workforce


Addressing a large crowd at Memorial Hall Tuesday night, Nina Totenberg, an NPR correspondent, discussed her journey as one of the few female journalists in a newsroom full of men.

Student committee voted against business school fee

The Student Fee Audit Committee did not recommend passing a new student fee proposed by the Kenan-Flagler Business School. 

Google Fiber installation progresses in Chapel Hill and Carrboro

Google Fiber is coming to Chapel Hill and Carrboro — but it might take a little while.

New year brings new faces to the University

Katie Ziglar became the new director of the Ackland Art Museum on July 6. Ziglar comes to the Ackland from the Freer and Sackler Galleries at the Smithsonian Institute.

CUAB busy making plans for the school year

Campus life may have died down over summer break, but new Carolina Union Activities Board President Neil Harwani has been nonstop since May.

More than half of Honor Court academic cases are students of color

Fifty-six percent of academic cases in the University’s Honor Court concern students of color, said Honor Court Vice Chairperson Marty Davidson at the Feb. 19 Faculty Council meeting — a disproportionate figure compared to UNC’s 63 percent white campus

UNC students join organization to support solar energy

Solar Head of State, an international nonprofit dedicated to awareness and solar energy usage, has strong ties to UNC. 

Q&A with Stigma Free Carolina founders


Two years ago, graduate students Nelson Pace and Nikhil Tomar founded Stigma Free Carolina to reduce stigma surrounding mental health concerns. 

Chapel Hill supports Clean Power Plan

Chapel Hill has joined more than 50 municipal governments across the nation to support the amicus brief filed to defend the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.

Roy Cooper refuses to defend McCrory as race intensifies

North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and Attorney General Roy Cooper have found contention in the bathrooms and not the ballot boxes.

Local project supports social movement


Herban Garden is an organization founded by two UNC students aimed at informing youth about sustainability practices and food cultivation. 

Lauren Fuller does it all in UNC softball's Sunday sweep of Louisville

Lauren Fuller batted in four runs on Sunday while also recording a win and a save on the mound.

Hundreds shut down Franklin Street protesting House Bill 2


Chants of “stand up, fight back” could be heard as protestors of House Bill 2 marched to the intersection of Columbia and Franklin streets Tuesday.