Topics: Corrections


University Baptist Church recalls visit from Martin Luther King Jr


For Rev. Mitchell Simpson, remembering the legacy of his predecessors, both the good and the bad, is of paramount importance.

ConnectCarolina leaves students stranded

It’s not uncommon for one class meeting to be called off at the last minute, but this semester, a few students were surprised to see classes vanish altogether.

Faculty headed to NCAA meeting

The Faculty Athletics Committee is becoming increasingly involved in giving input to ACC and NCAA conference proposals and discussed upcoming proposals for the NCAA convention later this week.

Professor Hassan Melehy criticizes Faculty Council insider culture

Tensions continue to run high in the Faculty Council meetings in the aftermath of the October release of Kenneth Wainstein’s report on academic fraud at UNC. 

In talks with Obama, McCrory considers Medicaid expansion

Governor Pat McCrory, along with four other governors, traveled to the White House on Tuesday to talk with President Barack Obama about a variety of issues, including Medicaid expansion.

Letter: UNC coach is wrong on sexual assault

Editor’s note: The following letter was originally published in The University Echo, the student newspaper of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Ackland Art Museum receives national grant

The National Endowment for the Arts recently awarded a $20,000 grant to the Ackland Art Museum for an exhibition in the works for 2016.

Opinion: Board of Governors should preserve research centers and institutes

On Wednesday and Thursday, 34 centers and institutes across the UNC system will be asked to justify their existence, including nine centers here at UNC’s flagship campus.

Chapel Hill High School students call for gender neutral bathrooms


Student leaders of the Campus Y made waves when they designated the first gender-neutral bathrooms on campus in January, and, at just a few years younger, students at Chapel Hill High School are pushing their school to take a similarly inclusive step. 

Anson Dorrance declares innocence in academic scandal


Anson Dorrance’s new book looks like any other. A black and blue cover, spiral-bound like a notebook — it fits right in with the hundreds of other books piled up around his office.

Football player involved in scooter accident near Raleigh Road

The Department of Public Safety responded to a scooter crash involving a UNC football player Wednesday morning at approximately 8:45 a.m., according to witnesses.

Student witnesses said the football player was struck on his motor scooter by a black sports car driven by an older man on Raleigh Road.

"He was laying on his side, and his scooter was kind of laying on its side," said Laura Fellwock, a UNC student who witnessed the crash on her way to class Wednesday. "His eyes were closed, they rolled him onto his back."

Students march to football game for better visibility


An army clad in all black paraded through the Homecoming Day sea of Carolina Blue in solidarity.An army clad in all black paraded through the Homecoming Day sea of Carolina Blue in solidarity.

Homecoming concerts Gloriana, Earl Sweatshirt catered to niche fan groups


For the first time ever, the Carolina Union Activities Board hosted two Homecoming concerts this year — but the new system may not stick around to see a second year.

UNC makes first investment in 10-year academic support plan

When Kenneth Wainstein’s independent investigation revealed the extent of academic advisers’ involvement in a decades-long athletic-academic scandal, Chancellor Carol Folt said she felt comfortable with the steps the University had taken to reform its advising system. 

Experts talk about proposed NC constitutional amendment

I’m actually going to vote for it, but not many people know about it.

Chemistry professor Joe DeSimone receives national recognition


UNC chemistry professor Joseph DeSimone can celebrate knowing that he has achieved a feat so great, only a handful of people in the world can say the same.

In his first comments about the Wainstein report, Roy Williams was shell-shocked


Roy Williams tried to answer the questions, but he couldn’t. A sigh, a long pause, the clicking of camera shutters filled the silence.

Q&A with UNC alumnus, donor Fred Eshelman


Philanthropist and UNC alumnus Fred Eshelman recently gave $3 million to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, which was named in his honor in 2008, by which time he had already donated about $33 million.

Chamber inducts businessman who 'started from scratch'


Al Pons' Chapel Hill Tire Car Care Center made him one of the most respected business leaders in Chapel Hill, and 18 years after his death, his legacy continues.

Letter: ​Tillis is far from the greatest Thom

Thank you for your letter and for advising me to vote for Thom Tillis. I must say, though: I’m not sure you know who this man really is.