"My message to you is this: Trust the whisper, whatever it is,” said activist Kathy Izard, quoting her book. “It will keep whispering. And when it does, you must either spend the rest of your life answering it or pretending you never heard it.”
The FedEx Global Education Center highlights pressing citizenship and immigration issues for Global Spotlight Week.
On the first day of class, you might flip through your course syllabus and find the participation grade. For some students, the participation grade is an easy A. But for others dealing with social anxiety, it can be one of the hardest parts of the class.
Students and professors from the UNC School of Law will unite Thursday for a night of food, fun and some spirited bidding.
Due to inclement weather, construction for the Central Campus Athletics Project on Stadium Drive has been delayed.
UNC Libraries’ Week of Balance helps students maintain their mental health during exam week by offering a series of stress-relieving events and activities.
DuCille isn't just your average video journalist. This remote-controlled robot can follow reporters as they move on the scene and capture high quality 360 video.
The UNC Board of Trustees met in full Thursday, Nov. 16 and discussed Silent Sam, Daniel Reichart and the Horace Williams Airport. Here's what you need to know.
Daniel McKay, assistant professor in the biology and genetics departments, received a four-year Research Scholar Grant from the American Cancer Society for his developmental gene regulation research in October.
The workshop, titled “No History, No Self; Know History, Know Self,” is the first of seventeen events that are scheduled to take place every week until November 18. APIAutumn is a month-long series of events hosted by several cultural and general interest organizations, including Carolina Union Activities Board, Black Student Movement, and Asian Student Association. Choi’s goal for the workshop was to increase awareness of Asian-American history and help Asian-American students gain a better understanding of their identities.