Topics: Housing Guide 2015-16

On-campus rapes cluster in Granville Towers, on south campus

About one-third of on-campus rape and sexual assaults occurred in residence halls in the four years leading up to December 2013.

Column: A senior’s listicle for South Campus living


I lived in a magical land called South Campus for two years of my life at UNC.

Fraternity homes bring friends together

For many students, the beautiful Southern mansions that flank the east side of Columbia Street are a mystery. For others, they’re just home.

Column: True confessions of an ex-resident adviser


Resident advisers are little understood and largely mocked on this campus.

Over two decades, students have flocked to single-family homes in Northside

It was gradual at first.

LUX changes name, stays sustainable

Since its redevelopment was first approved in February 2013, the lot at 602 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. has undergone many changes.

Chancellor’s house shaped in 20 years

It’s been 20 years since Quail Hill first became the official residence of the UNC-Chapel Hill chancellor, per a Board of Governors policy that requires UNC-system chancellors to live in official university residences.

Q&A with Carolina Student Legal Services attorney J. Tristan Routh

Carolina Student Legal Services offers UNC students a variety of services, especially how to navigate off-campus housing decisions.

In shadow of development, artistic home flourishes

Tucked beneath the shadow of a new multistory, 500-space parking garage is a white house from the 1940s, home to a family of four and two large dogs named Pretzel and Rosie.