Choosing a major in college is hard. It's even harder when Forbes tries to give you the magic (or not-so magic) dollar amount you'll make based on what you choose.
Narratives matter. Fundamentally, studying history is looking at various sources to determine a narrative that’s as close to truth as possible.
Last spring, Carol brought “Heart and Soul” to this campus — literally. Pianos filled the campus for the Arts Everywhere initiative as students of all majors suddenly remembered the Level 1 songs from the keyboard lessons their moms made them take in first grade.
It’s been four years since Carol Folt took over as chancellor of UNC in fall 2013. When she arrived, the University was already in crisis mode.
Do you ever pinch yourself while reading Wikipedia?
Since President Trump first entered the political arena in June 2015, media companies have covered his campaign and now presidency as a series of spectacles.
As the year is drawing to a close, there is probably a checklist of things you need to do, especially for those who are graduating. While many of you seniors are putting together the last few pieces of your honors theses or deciding who gets your graduation tickets, health care often gets overlooked.
The saying is "follow the money," but at UNC and many public universities it isn't that simple.
The Daily Tar Heel decided to switch to gender-neutral terms to promote inclusivity in 2015. This included using the word “first-year” instead of “freshman,” and “chairperson” instead of “chairman” or “chairwoman.”
Another Republican state house, another bill scoring cheap political points by crying foul against liberal professors. At least this one does not even feign policy knowledge or responsibility.