Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will now use a student assessment tool that will give teachers immediate feedback regarding a student’s grade-level performance.
It will now take a little longer for children enrolled in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools to clean up at the end of lunch — but the activity will prove to be another lesson in their day.
Unbeknownst to most on campus, a Barbie doll — still encased in her 1963 box, posing with teased blonde hair, wearing an oversized t-shirt and a pink and black leather jacket — can be found in Wilson Library, of all places.
As the nation celebrates autism awareness month, this past year has seen many breakthroughs in autism research — and many have occurred on UNC’s campus.
UNC mathematical decision science major Tammy Lee thought she was the only upperclassman in her Math 383 course.
He spoke softly, but his words carried a lot of weight. Family and friends have found a way to honor dentistry student Sergio Acero, 26, after he died from complications following a motorcycle accident March 1.
A 34-degree morning didn’t stop runners from participating in UNC’s inaugural Relay for Life 5K Saturday.
The Carolina Coalition of Voters, created only last week, is hosting a debate today for the two UNC students racing to hold the highest office in student government. Seven student organizations have come together to sponsor the debate during a run-off election between Andrew Powell and Emilio Vicente — an event that organizer Peter Vogel said is largely unprecedented.
When current Carolina Union President Carly Mathews was asked to quantify the number of hours she spends working with her position, she said it was similar to a full time job.
As the UNC’s men’s basketball team defeated N.C. State University Saturday afternoon, UNC Dance Marathon stood in the same arena, but faced another rival: Duke.