From walking to Franklin Street to trying to catch a P2P, late nights on campus are often a hassle for students. But the latest business venture of two UNC sophomores is helping to alleviate this problem — and it’s causing quite a buzz.
Approximately 25,000 students strolled up and down South Road to take part in the University’s biggest welcome-back event, enjoying free food and clear skies.
When UNC pharmacy student Katie Traylor’s name was called on “The Price is Right” to be a contestant, she couldn’t even hear it over all the screaming.
After more than a decade of having only two certified learning coaches, the Learning Center finally has the funding to add a graduate student coach as part of a new pilot program.
In its annual allocation of grant money, the Carolina Parents Council recently awarded $8,000 more than last year — despite receiving fewer grant requests.
The Student Union is no stranger to renovations. The Union, which completed renovations at the start of last semester, will undergo further renovations this spring — this time, for lockers.
Winning is inevitable for Kiran Bhardwaj. She is running unopposed for Graduate and Professional Student Federation president, but she said an efficient presidency might be her most intimidating opponent.
As the University approaches the halfway point of its two-year water theme, a Duke University professor stressed the importance of water as a right — not a luxury.
When Rebecca Floyd learned in 2009 that her 3-year-old son Franklin’s cancer had returned, she expected to meet new doctors — but not a new friend.
Although UNC’s chapter of the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity is working to satisfy sanctions from a November alcohol incident, the punishments are not expected to affect the fraternity’s spring recruitment process, which starts today.
Can you tell the difference between legal and illegal music? No? Neither could the owner of the Daily Grind — that is, until she began receiving information about the music being played in her espresso café. Jane Brown, the owner of the Daily Grind, said the café had been playing music from Pandora Internet Radio without realizing that playing it was illegal.