Howling gusts of 40-mph wind hit campus hard Saturday night — and parts of Kenan Residence Hall blew away in the storm.
As North Carolina’s poverty rate rises, the University center devoted to addressing it faces extinction.
Carolina for the Kids, formerly known as Dance Marathon, announced another big change regarding its future on Saturday — instead of fundraising for the N.C. Children's Hospital as usual, the group will raise money to build a clinic for it.
A little over a week after being sued by a former football player for failing to provide him with a quality education, UNC has entered another legal battle — this one over its use of race in admissions.
When Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt came to UNC as freshman in 1988, he was looking for a community, and he found one in the Carolina Gay Association.
Sigma Chi fraternity president Coble Wright has lived with Type 1 diabetes since he was 3 years old — and this year the UNC Greek community joined his fight.
The University knows it can’t provide identical services for male and female survivors of sexual violence.
athlete-working-group-0912A rule that could allow student-athletes to miss up to one-fourth of their classes in a semester drew discussion from members of the Student-Athlete Academic Initiative Working Group Thursday.
He would wake up at 4 a.m. just to respond to students’ emails. He knew all of his students’ names. Above all else, he cared about this university.
Students with classes in Greenlaw Hall were greeted with a large hole in front of the building Tuesday morning thanks to a water main break that occurred on Sunday evening.
The conversation surrounding campus safety has taken a technological turn at UNC by way of a smartphone app.
On the eve of the UNC-Duke men’s basketball game, Daily Tar Heel reporter talked to students on campus and asked “What does the UNC-Duke rivalry mean to you?”
The student body president elections took place Tuesday, Feb. 11 and has now entered the runoff stage, which will be held on Feb. 18.
On Saturday, Jan. 25, I tried Linda’s famous cheese fries for the first time. Let me preface this story with the fact that I am one of the pickiest eaters this world has ever seen. I don’t even like cheese.
As a college student, it is difficult to seriously claim that anything is better than free food. On the night of Jan.
In the midst of the food, pig races and rides that comprise the North Carolina State Fair, two beacons of health stand — the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy flu shot tents.
Students often dread one of the first, and most important, stages of landing a job — the interview — but University Career Services is here to help.