Climate change isn’t typically considered a topic to debate over the dinner table, but Susan Joy Hassol is on a mission to start that conversation.
As e-liquids gained popularity, the world said goodbye to that quintessential smoke smell. The vaping and e-cigarette industries have introduced flavored liquids, ranging from Blue Raspberry Cotton Candy to Frozen Lime Drop. But as a recent series of studies from the UNC School of Medicine suggests, there may be some toxic ingredients masked behind these enticing names.
On Tuesday, immigrants from all corners of the globe gathered to discuss their common roots in business in North Carolina. The Center for the Study of the American South hosted their signature 2018 Chandler Conversation in Southern Business History. Panelists discussed their stories as immigrant entrepreneurs who established themselves as businesspeople in North Carolina.
When it comes to professional development, the "pink seat" often underestimates the worth of women in the workplace. That's why Kathryn Heath outlines how women can take ownership of their careers at a local leadership lecture.
The Bouncing Bulldogs of Chapel Hill made history in Japan by bringing the first all-female all-American group to the contest, which advanced to the final day.
The global Christian nonprofit encourages students to call their senators and state representatives to end human trafficking through the allocation of funds.
For every starting lineup of a college football team, there is a crew of guys who may never get to take a snap in a game. These walk-ons manage to balance tough school work and regimented practices without being compensated with benefits that scholarship players receive.
On Thursday night, UNC and Duke University will meet for the first time this season to open the next chapter in one of the greatest rivalries of college basketball. And they both have a lot to prove.
In his opening remarks, Professor Klaus Larres noted that Dempsey had merited the greatest turnout for an event in the Kranso speaking series.
Senior Damian Walker always knew he wanted to go to college. But as a first-generation student, he was entering uncharted territory.
Junior Michelle Hugo, senior Mandy Spalding and sophomore Parker Marshall staff a table for UNC's chapter of the International Justice Mission.