The Daily Tar Heel asked 27 religious organizations on campus the same question: Does your organization support same-sex marriage?
When F.T.R, a Zimbabwean professional hip-hop producer, attended a Next Level Workshop in his native country, he had no idea how much his life was going to change.
Wikipedia got a little more “herstory” in its database Tuesday.
In the center of campus, the Pit often echoes with campaigning students, a shouting preacher and questioning tour groups. But Tuesday night, the space echoed with the voices that often go unheard.
Four years and three drafts later,UNC political science professor Andrew Reynolds is publishing “The Arab Spring: Pathways of Repression and Reform.”
A complete career change at 50 years old is a bold move. But boldness isn't out of the ordinary for Bob Garner, an entrepreneur, television host, UNC alumnus and author.
Interactive Theatre Carolina is posing an important question — but not in a way one would expect.