The show must go on — and on and on and on.
With the lights dimmed, the spacious Paul Green Theatre empty and a stage painted in the likeness of a New York City subway map, all that was missing was the audience.
C.D. Mock, North Carolina’s former wrestling coach who was fired last month, says the University violated his First Amendment rights.
Gay couples in North Carolina celebrate Supreme Court ruling and look to next fights in LGBT equality
Katy Folk wants to take a moment to let it soak in.
Ashley Maria was determined to take on the film scene.
Interest groups on polar sides of the gun debate applauded a gun reform bill passed by the N.C. House of Representatives on June 17.
Legendary UNC chancellor and longtime law professor William B. Aycock died Saturday at the age of 99.
The N.C. Senate's budget proposal would cut $3 million from the UNC School of Law's budget.
Kira Fisher is a tenant of the Chapel Hill apartment complex 86 North — but not for very much longer.
UNC's accrediting agency has placed the University on probation for one year while it continues to monitor the academic climate.
Lt. Col. John Wade Collins, chairman of the Department of Aerospace Studies and commander of the Air Force ROTC, died in a car accident Monday morning.
A bill in the North Carolina Senate would halt solar energy growth and could deter solar farm companies from building in the state.
Use this tool to find out what faculty and staff members said about the proposal to rename Saunders Hall.
Sometimes you end up in a room so small it makes you question everything.
On Saturday, Chapel Hill residents can experience good food, contests, live performances and more — all while supporting a cause.
Six months after an administrative assistant was positioned at the center of UNC’s academic scandal, the involvement of respected senior lecturer Jan Boxill remains in question.
Zero: the number of students expelled from UNC for sexual assault in recent years.
Imagine being confined to an area no bigger than a parking space almost all day.
There are only a few moments in life that cement themselves in the hearts and memories of thousands, only a few that can bring forward laughter, ecstasy and childlike exuberance.
For students that weren’t running to an exam, Thursday’s walk to class was the ideal time to pick up local produce thanks to a collaboration between a student organization and Carolina Dining Services.