NATIONAL POLITICS


6/27/2018 12:58am

According to UNC student responses to the AAU survey, over 68 percent of students who reported being sexually assaulted in any manner said they never reported the assault because they thought it would be too difficult or embarrassing, or that it wasn’t serious enough. 
Clarification: This photo was taken at Kenan Stadium to show the UNC logo. The story does not involve the football team in any way.  

UNC found in violation of Title IX

After a five-year federal investigation into UNC’s policies and practices dealing with sexual assault and sexual harassment cases, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights found the University in violation of Title IX.


6/21/2018 11:15pm

Aggregate images of what young participants (left panel) and old participants (right panel) think God looks like. Photo courtesy of Joshua Conrad Jackson.

What does God look like? You tell us.

UNC researchers recently published a study on what people think God's personality and appearance are. We talked with them about their findings, and then took to the streets to find out what the people of Chapel Hill think.


4/12/2018 10:21pm

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UNC goes to Washington: Graduates reflect on their paths to politics

Politicians like N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper and U.S. Rep. David Price, D-N.C., were involved in a variety of campus extracurriculars during their undergraduate careers at UNC, which set them on their political careers.  “There’s no set pathway to get into any career, but especially with politics it’s so liquid to get to that point,”  UNC sophomore Serena Singh said.  Singh, who was recently elected co-chairperson of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach Committee in the Undergraduate Executive Branch, said having political role models is beneficial because it shows you don’t have to go to law school to go into politics.