Michelle Brown is reminded of UNC’s historic racism by sights she passes every day — Pettigrew Hall on north campus, Aycock Residence Hall near the arboretum – but one landmark always sticks out. ""
North Carolina is one of just 18 states that require public schools to teach information about contraception — and one of only 13 states that require that information taught about STIs and sex to be factually accurate.
A farmer’s market, a new garden and a festival are all parts of UNC’s Earth Week — a five-day celebration for Earth Day.
Julius Chambers, who would later win a landmark case against school segregation in the U.S. Supreme Court, graduated first in his class from UNC School of Law in 1962.
Contentiousness and controversy in the student body election this spring delayed the vote for weeks — from the original date of Feb. 14 to the first vote on March 10, which was followed by a runoff election two weeks later.
The Graduate and Professional Student Federation met Tuesday night to vote on several constitutional amendments and hosted guest speaker Bill Goa, director of UNC Campus Recreation
The referendum concerning the split between undergraduate, and graduate and professional student governments was approved on Thursday March 2 after a campus-wide vote.
Staff writer Celia McCrae live-tweeted the Greek Council Student Body President debate between candidates Maurice Grier and Elizabeth Adkins in Bingham Hall.
Maurice Grier gained enough signatures during the 24-hour grace period to be on the ballot for student body president elections.