With “Hidden Figures” debuting nationwide, the untold stories of female computers are being explored at length — and some have close ties to the Tar Heel state.
Today marks the deadline for UNC to respond to The Daily Tar Heel’s request for documents pertaining to students found responsible for sexual assault — a request several years in the making.
For some Tar Heel alumni living in Washington, D.C., there's always another Blue Cup.
When N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory issued an executive action Tuesday, he included sexual orientation and gender identity in the state’s nondiscrimination policy.
When UNC junior Giulia Curcelli bought alcohol at Harris Teeter a few months ago, they presented their ID like anyone else — but then came the questioning. Curcelli, who identifies as non-binary and genderqueer, said they had to talk to a manager about why their photo didn’t match how they looked.
They say money talks — and in the UNC-system Board of Governors’ case, it might have something to say.
Voters in the 2016 presidential primaries have their choice of selecting someone who could be the first female, Jewish or Latino president — bringing identity politics to the forefront of the campaigns.
Vice President Joe Biden prepared more than funny anecdotes for his audience at Duke University on Wednesday — he had a message of hope.
Protester Madeleine Scanlon has to complete 24 hours of community service, pay a $180 fine and can’t attend another UNC-system Board of Governors meeting for a year — but much like UNC-system President-elect Margaret Spellings, she says she will not be intimidated.
A study conducted by UNC researchers found that 80 percent of all North Carolina hospitals have banned electronic cigarettes from their campuses — a finding that the researchers hope will help launch a nationwide movement.