The Daily Tar Heel's annual Year in Review issue as we look back on 2015.
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At a Nov. 19 town hall meeting on race and inclusion, a group of students read a list of 50 demands of UNC.
The North Carolina football team had one goal in mind when it took the field for the first time against an ACC opponent in 2015 -- win the Coastal Division.
Local politics had a big shake-up this year after November elections left the town with results it hadn’t seen in half a century.
After current UNC-system President Tom Ross was forced to resign in January, a controversial and closed-door search process resulted in the hire of former Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings in October — a replacement many have opposed.
After a nearly 11-month process, UNC announced Kevin Guskiewicz as the next dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in October.
The horrific acts on Feb. 10 that occurred at the Finley Forest Condominiums in the Summerwalk Circle area led to the deaths of three students: Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, of Chapel Hill; Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, 21, of Chapel Hill; and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19, of Raleigh.
Deah Barakat was a second-year student in the UNC School of Dentistry; Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha was his wife and planned to start studying dentistry at UNC in the fall.
Rarely has the UNC-system’s Board of Governors seen a year like this one. Marked with turmoil and change, 2015 has seen the board face criticism from every direction.
Chapel Hill’s first political action committee, Chapel Hill Alliance for a Livable Town, has made its mark after just one election cycle.
UNC has found itself at the heart of another lawsuit, this one alleging a violation of federal antitrust laws.
After two and a half months of delays, the N.C. General Assembly passed the state budget for 2015-17 in mid-September.
The Chapel Hill homeless shelter has finally found a new home.
As this semester comes to an end, we take the time to look back on another fall of North Carolina athletics.