Although North Carolina has the most breweries in the South, the region still lags behind other parts of the United States in the number of craft breweries per capita.
In the final meeting of the UNC-system Association of Student Governments this academic year, N.C. State University’s Zack King was sworn in as the next president — beginning his tenure as the student representative on the UNC Board of Governors.
In the fall semester, UNC students Jerome Allen, Michaela Meredith and John St. Clair were extensively studying oyster populations at the Outer Banks — and now their research has helped inform two N.C. General Assembly proposals.
Proposals similar to a controversial law just passed in Indiana — which allows individuals to exempt themselves from certain laws based on religious beliefs — are currently being pushed through the N.C. General Assembly.
FAYETTEVILLE — After a debate that stretched on for more than an hour, the UNC-system Association of Student Governments elected Zack King from N.C. State University as the organization's new president — giving him the one student seat on the system's Board of Governors.
CHARLOTTE — One day after a contentious Board of Governors meeting on Friday at UNC-Charlotte, the UNC-system Association of Student Governments met and focused on sexual assault and mental health advocacy.
From September to January, Lenovo was installing software called Superfish on many of its computers — and though most UNC students’ laptops weren’t affected, experts believe Superfish poses a serious security threat to PC owners.
A former magistrate filed a lawsuit last Monday aiming to allow North Carolina magistrates to recuse themselves from overseeing same-sex marriages based on religious convictions.
General Martin Dempsey, the highest ranking military officer in the country, can talk seriously about the growing threat of the Islamic State but has no difficulty interjecting humor to lighten the mood.
Most students learn to drive in a traditional Driver’s Ed and Behind the Wheel class ... but when you are the daughter of the President of the United States, it’s not quite the same.
North Carolina's iconic homegrown NASCAR driver Richard Petty has a new honor to add to his list — Gov. Pat McCrory declared March 31 "Richard Petty Day."
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, a Republican from Texas, officially announced his candidacy for the 2016 presidential race at Liberty University last week — and he remains the only major candidate to have officially declared a run. Cruz was a big subject on social media and news organizations throughout last week, but not just for his announcement or his policies — but for what many believed was him rehearsing kissing his wife before the big announcement at the university last week.
Unlike Lieutenant Gov. Dan Forest’s campaign signs, posted all around Charlotte in 2012, his new idea to create “I support teachers” specialty license plates has not been as popular.
The growing export industry in North Carolina is beginning to replace the economic gap that was left when the textile industry collapsed and moved largely overseas. Joey Fink, a Ph.D candidate in history at UNC explained the long history of textiles in North Carolina, and the impact the industry had on the shaping of North Carolina history.
U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., made news on Monday for saying that employees should not be required to wash their hands at work because the market will take care of that. The freshman Republican senator made the comments during a talk at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington D.C.
A recent confrontation at Yale University between a police officer and Yale student Tahj Blow sparked further controversy and anger over police interactions with young black men — especially from Tahj’s father, a New York Times columnist.
The crisis in Ukraine may appear to have escalated to its height in 2013 and early 2014. But this might not the case. A break of ceasefire in the Donetsk region and over 9,000 Russian troops in Ukraine seem to tell a different story. The history of Ukraine’s relationship with Russia, and the resulting three key decisions, were explained by former ambassador to Ukraine, William Taylor, in a lecture on UNC's campus Tuesday.
Speaker of the House John Boehner is in the news again, but this time, it is not for his politics. Instead, the speaker is in the news because he is the target of a death threat — from his bartender.
Junius J. Gonzales, provost and vice president of academic affairs at the University of Texas-El Paso, has been tapped as the new senior vice president of academic affairs for the UNC system.