When I started this job one year ago, I made a promise to myself — I wouldn’t hire “yes people.”
If the wall separating South Road from Hooker Fields was any indication, Rae Sremmurd’s on-campus performance Saturday was a success.
Over the course of five years, UNC professor Feng Liu found four lost dogs on nightly walks with his wife and successfully returned them to their owners.
Earlier this month, Student Body Vice President Kyle Villemain asked for The Daily Tar Heel’s feedback on student government’s responsiveness.
It’s appalling that the University spends $600,000 staffing its public records office each year, yet Jonathan Jones, director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition, named it one of the worst entities to request public records from.
Jan Boxill, the former faculty chairwoman and ethics professor, resigned from the University after the Wainstein report showed that Boxill used her role as the academic counselor for the women’s basketball team to perpetuate the paper classes scandal. In a letter to Provost Jim Dean dated Feb.
Earlier this month, we were a mostly white newspaper creating a race issue. Today, we’re a mostly non-Greek newspaper creating a Greek issue.
Famed whistleblower Mary Willingham won’t be returning to the University.
The first recorded time the Chapel Hill Police Department interacted with Craig Hicks was in December 2013.
The Board of Trustees met Wednesday to talk everything from Gov. Pat McCrory’s proposed UNC system budget cuts to students’ efforts to rename Saunders Hall.
The legislative short session might start Wednesday, but lawmakers are still waiting to hear recommendations from the Board of Governors before they come to any conclusions about how they’ll fund the UNC system.
They would like it to have open spaces with comfy couches. A cafe offering local coffee would be nice. Someone even asked for cats to be lounging in the windows. But books are definitely a must at the proposed Orange County Public Library Southern Branch location.
For developers looking to bring their business to Carrboro, there is a new step in the approval process.
While Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools teachers appreciate the teacher breakfasts and volunteer hours, what they really want parents to do is advocate for them.
The next five years will be challenging for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district as it struggles to achieve lofty goals set by the state.
Glenwood Elementary is crowded — and more than 100 families gathered Thursday to help the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education figure out what to do about it.
For Chapel Hill, the only way to go might be up — at least that’s what one new study about the town’s downtown space says.
Chapel Town Councilwoman Penny Rich, along with almost 80 other town and University leaders, spent part of this week in Bloomington, Ind. for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce bi-annual Inter-City Visit.
On Tuesday night, the Carrboro Board of Alderman voted to indefinitely postpone a public hearing scheduled for the rezoning of a property for CVS.