SPARK — a research initiative intended to comprehensively study individuals with autism — launched on Thursday.
A big new makerspace is opening in Murray Hall in the fall — and soon, students might be able to engage in hands-on learning inside their residence halls.
Dancing, a cappella performances and the enthusiasm of the guests and volunteers lit up UNC’s second annual Joy Prom.
Students jumped over Franklin Street bonfires — a UNC tradition — after the March 5 basketball victory over Duke, but experts worry about the risk posed to students for future victories.
Students flock to the Undergraduate Library daily to study for midterms, hammer out essays or grab a quick nap between classes, but they might not be as familiar with the Media Resources Center downstairs.
Clouds of tobacco smoke are less common on campus now than they were a decade ago.
Despite notions that e-cigarettes are a safer alternative to smoking, new research suggests they may have harmful effects.
University programs that sponsor volunteering with children have encountered an expensive problem.
Conversation was the order of the night. Suehaila Amen began her Thursday night presentation by establishing ground rules with the audience: this was not a lecture, she said, so much as an open dialogue. Amen is currently employed as the coordinator of international admissions and recruitment for the University of Michigan at Dearborn.