General education requirements demand students expand their mindset beyond their chosen discipline.
Stress is high at New Student Orientation: new faces, new places and a whole lot of new information.
Lincoln High School, a school built to keep people separate, was the 1961 AA football champion. Or at least that’s what the trophy, now sitting in a dusty cabinet in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools’ central office, says.
I refused to read the summer reading book.
In response to Jack Carver’s letter, “Larry Fedora’s record is disappointing,” in my opinion Coach Fedora still deserves our unwavering support.
Although the problem of money in politics has become a much-discussed issue in the presidential race, this issue is not confined to national politics. In fact, it reaches right to the heart of the UNC system’s governance.
Carolina Dining Services is practicing what it preaches about sustainability. Its actions provide a refreshing break from usually unresponsive bureaucratic models on campus.
When students enroll in the University of North Carolina, most understand that they will be entering a community devoted to tackling some of society’s most pressing issues.
UNC is a place where experts in particular fields impart their knowledge to others in an institutionalized manner.
Trigger warnings — alerts to material that may elicit negative emotional reactions — are a topic of debate among professors.
Daily Tar Heel online managing editor Kelsey Weekman and I spent the summer talking about a podcast.
Last Wednesday, Chancellor Carol Folt’s welcome-back message highlighted a leadership award UNC received from Deshpande, a foundation that promotes entrepreneurship across industries.
UNC students are incredibly privileged to enjoy the sports and recreation facilities provided by our University.
Chapel Hill and Orange County are not unique in their lack of affordable housing. There is not a single county in the United States that meets the demand, according to a CityLab article.
Several high-profile Division I NCAA colleges are changing their jersey policies, and UNC might be joining them.
The spray-painting of Silent Sam for the second time in three months is not the beginning of a discussion; it is the outcome of one.
When several UNC academic personnel were fired in the aftermath of the release of the Wainstein report, it seemed easy to believe that the rolling of heads would soon begin to slow.
With the UNC Board of Governors’ interview process for the next UNC-system president slated to begin in September, the board’s unwillingness to make more than token efforts at democratization is disheartening.
In fraternity basements, at crowded house parties and behind dorm room walls, incoming college students will spend these first few weekends of the semester drinking.
This up thumb goes out to every rapper that didn’t tweet a link to Meek Mill’s new album, inspiring Meek’s Tuesday night social media rant. Oh, and Meek? Please don’t worry about people comparing you to Drake, you’re about 10 hit songs and one teen soap opera away from being in any danger of that comparison.