On Wednesday, about 6,000 students who received tickets could enter the Smith Center to watch the latest competition in the biggest rivalry in college basketball.
Every time UNC students flush a toilet in the Genome Sciences Building, they’re using water that fell on its roof.
Just one semester into its first year, the Chancellor’s Science Scholars Program will nearly double in size. At a White House summit on college affordability earlier this month, Chancellor Carol Folt committed to doubling a financial assistance program for science students next academic year.
On-campus living is not only about convenience, there’s also a distinct historic aspect for those who live in the University’s oldest building.
Two UNC juniors now have the responsibility of carrying on Eve Carson’s legacy. Sarah MacLean and Kyle Villemain were named the 2014-15 recipients of the Eve Carson Scholarship on Nov. 25.
UNC-system schools are now voting on whether to approve the newly proposed subjects of systemwide assessments, intended to prove that students learn in college. But members of the UNC-CH Faculty Executive Committee said at its Monday meeting that they are concerned with the rushed process.
Appalled by the huge amount of waste fraternities produced at tailgates and parties, senior Hannah Choueke took action.
Chancellor Carol Folt says the University needs to adapt to the changing environment brought by an educational revolution.
Those who want to learn about the life of the first UNC-system president can visit a new on-campus exhibit dedicated to the late Bill Friday.
After more than 600 UNC students had” their accounts hacked”:http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2013/08/carolina2point0real in August, UNC Information Technology Services has been taking steps to ensure students are protected.