The UNC School of Medicine is one step closer to understanding schizophrenia, a mental disorder that affects about one in 100 people.
After more than 350 students rallied outside of South Building, Chancellor Carol Folt addressed the need to continue conversations about race on campus at Friday's Faculty Council meeting.
As if bats were not creepy enough. More than a decade after Ralph Baric and a team of researchers from the Gillings School of Public Health started studying SARS, they discovered a new sequence of the virus that can jump from infected bats to humans without mutating.
“She hasn’t had the chance to come on campus, but I’ve already begun to have conversations with her about our university, what we do, who we are, and she starts in March,” Folt said. “We have lots of time to really develop an understanding for her about what our special aspirations are.”
With the goal of filling 19 vacant seats by the next election, UNC’s Student Congress held an open forum Monday evening.
The sound of the Marching Tar Heels practicing the UNC fight song bounced in the background as Deborah Stroman delivered a lecture on the business of sport Saturday.
With his new program, Tar Heel Gameplay, sophomore Jeremy Kim believes he could make video games like “Super Mario Bros.” accessible to people with disabilities.
The smell of sugary glaze filled the air as the first of the 480-dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts were unpacked.
UNC's journalism school celebrated its new name on Friday with a light show across the front of Carroll Hall, a disc jockey and cake.
In a colorful celebration of spring, students gathered at Hooker Fields for the annual Holi Moli event.
After UNC's men's basketball team defeated Gonzaga in the NCAA Championship, 55,000 people rushed Franklin Street.
Carolina For The Kids hosts their annual Dance Marathon on Friday and Saturday to raise money for the UNC Children's Hospital.
After the UNC men's basketball 90-83 win on Saturday against Duke, crowds flooded to Franklin Street to celebrate.
Thousands participated in the 11th annual Moral March on Raleigh February 11, part of the Historic Thousands on Jone’s Street People’s Assembly, a coalition of more than 125 North Carolina NAACP branches.
Three UNC students reflect on Donald Trump's first two weeks as president, and the resistance following policies like the "Muslim Ban."
Historian and singer-songwriter Anna Shternshis and Psoy Korolenko recreate lost Yiddish songs written by amateur poets and songwriters during the Second World War in the Soviet Union. Their lecture and performance was hosted by the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies as an event to remember and honor the Soviet Jewish people who were killed during the Holocaust.
In response to an executive order banning Syrian refugees from entering the United States, protesters gathered in front of the post office on Franklin Street and at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
University Archivist Nicholas Graham preserves UNC records from when the University was founded to the present. He explores his favorite collections and his daily life in the stacks of Wilson Library.
If you’re like me and live to eat, wasting food is never fun.
The office can feel more dead than usual after a long weekend, especially if you spent it lounging on the beach. Here are some tips on how to get back into the swing of things.
Before the spring semester ended, I counted down the weeks until my great mountain adventure. I didn’t anticipate getting lost on the Blue Ridge Parkway or my GPS losing signal on the first night.
A few months ago, I joined SafeWalk to meet new people while making a quick buck or two for staying up late, but since the reports of armed robberies on and near campus, I have newfound respect for my job.
LDOC is less than two weeks away. Freaking out yet?
Running a marathon sounded like a good idea seven months ago.
I thought getting my literary arts gen ed would be easy — I was very wrong.
If you are heading home for Easter, your parents probably have the whole weekend planned out. Here are some of the things you might have to prepare yourself for during family weekend.
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All nighters suck, and sometimes you need a playlist to narrate how much they suck. What better band to describe your anguish and your sleep deprived, caffeine-induced insanity than The Beatles?