The N.C. NAACP held a rally in each of the state's 13 congressional districts on Wednesday. The rallies protested recent laws passed by the N.C. General Assembly. They coincided with and commemorated the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington. An estimated 300 people attended the Franklin Street rally, "Taking the Dream Home to Chapel Hill." "Read the full story.":http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2013/08/energy-from-moral-mondays-fuels-franklin-street-rally
The College Republicans and Young Democrats gathered at local restaurants to watch the results of the 2012 presidential election.
State & National editor Daniel Wiser moderated the first video of the Daily Tar Heel's new "In 10" series which brings together experts to explain current news topics in about 10 minutes. Wiser sat down with UNC journalism professor Ferrel Guillory, Tom Jensen, director of Public Policy Polling, and Mitch Kokai, the director of communications for the John Locke Foundation.
When a professor scans part of a textbook, uploads a video or posts some readings on Sakai, copyright experts say they are stepping into a legal gray area.
For first-year medical student Savion Johnson, recent incidents in Ferguson, Mo. and Staten Island are not isolated events — they are evidence of a national public health crisis.
Chapel Hill Police are asking for help in finding a 20-year-old who they say hasn't been heard from in almost a month.
At the last Faculty Council meeting of 2014, aftershocks from the Wainstein report finally started to blend in with the rest of campus life.
In the midst of a heightened national debate surrounding the use of police force, President Barack Obama on Monday proposed several anticipated reforms for police departments nationwide — including a commitment to increasing the use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement.