On a heated Memorial Day afternoon in Milwaukee last week, UNC’s club ultimate frisbee team, Darkside, found itself a couple plays away from winning its second national championship in four years.
LDOC is coming, and these events on and around campus will be catering to your celebratory needs.
After living in Dobbins Heights for 61 years, Debra David sees the construction of a new facility by Enviva – a wood pellet manufacturer – as another problem for an area that has been plagued by industry-related health struggles for decades.
Student-athletes at face extreme pressure on and off the field. When some athletes can't compete anymore, mental health takes a toll and their grades can suffer. Some students who used to be athletes at UNC offer testimonials of their experiences after disaster struck and they found themselves in a position they never thought they would be in.
UNC has graduated Black male student-athletes at the 10th lowest rate among 65 major universities across the nation in recent years, according to a recent study.
Rumors of white supremacist organizations coming to protest against a UNC employee motivated students and workers to rally together in opposition on Wednesday. Though the white supremacists didn't show, Dwayne Dixon, the employee in question, took the threat seriously.
Showing the public the threat presented by climate change takes more than explaining the science behind it. To David Salvesen, director of the Sustainable Triangle Field Site at the UNC Institute for the Environment, it takes real people talking about the real impact they’ve already experienced from it.
Women transitioning into menopause may be able to reduce the risk of experiencing symptoms of depression through hormone therapy, a new study by UNC professors suggests.
A new draft of the General Education curriculum overhaul was made public in December, following the previous draft, released in September. This latest draft bears some differences to the last proposal to account for professor feedback, but it is still not the final version.
A new study led by a UNC professor found that people with mental health conditions are more likely to be insured and receive sufficient, affordable care for their mental needs since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.