They are unabashedly themselves.
The University’s use of animals in research is being questioned by a national research watchdog organization.
Bradley Bethel feels so strongly about what he calls the media’s sensationalism of UNC’s athletic-academic scandal that he quit his job to make a documentary about it.
The history of the athletic-academic scandal was well-documented in the Wainstein report, but its effect on the future of independent studies is yet to be determined.
For Chris Roush, the importance of the journalism school’s upcoming accreditation really hits home.
Some 6,000 UNC students are using GradeBuddy, with an average of 300 signups per day, but no one knows if it’s allowed.
There’s a new program available at UNC’s dining halls — and it’s not for those who stay up late.`
The UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School might be excited to prove its commitment to service after deciding not to build houses with the Orange County Habitat for Humanity — and the name of its new service initiative leaves little doubt.
Qubilah Huddleston is sure she still has a future in African American studies.
After 10 years, 10 homes and over $400,000 raised, Orange County Habitat for Humanity will not partner with the Kenan-Flagler Business School to build a house this academic year.