A group of friends who spend their time listening to and discussing hip-hop have found a community of students who do the same.
The extension of the Lenoir Drive Utility Project has caused a prolonged loss of parking, but there is more construction to come on campus.
UNC graduate and current marine Adam Schaffernoth received $10,000 from the Phillips Ambassador Alumni Award to develop a homestay experience in Japan for five marines currently stationed there with Schaffernoth.
UNC Information Technology Services gave Sakai an update on Dec. 20 to include new features to improve efficiency and help users navigate the website.
At the 18th Symposium for World AIDS Day on campus Thursday, Angela Vick-Lewis, an HIV patient since 2006, told the story of how she found out she was HIV-positive.
Friends’ Cafe at the Health Sciences Library is living up to its name by giving 10 percent of its profits each Friday to different charities.
Notebooks detailing the day-to-day thoughts and experiments of a Nobel prize-winning scientist were published on Monday by Wilson Library and the Office of the Provost.
The School of Media and Journalism is now providing opportunities for students interested in careers in fashion media and advertising.
After writing a book on the origins of Rastafarianism, anthropology professor Charles Price is continuing his research on the Rastafari culture and identity in Jamaica.