References to a broken scooter and a bag of shattered light bulbs were key parts of the lecture that Brian Hogan gave to a mix of students and faculty in Gerrard Hall on Wednesday.
Housemates Zach Rachuba and Jerome Allen were taken by surprise when a Chapel Hill police officer and the director of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and Community Involvement showed up at their door one Friday, seemingly out of the blue.
An unexpected uptick in a particular kind of crime has campus police searching for a suspect and prompted a campus-wide alert to be sent out.
Proposed changes to the Student Constitution led one of the longest-serving students in Student Congress to resign Monday.
Lance Barnes, a baker for Carolina Dining Services, has dreams that expand outside of Chapel Hill and the ovens on the third floor of Rams Head Dining Hall, but he worries about having enough money to get there.
Without the Center for Faculty Excellence, biology professor Kelly Hogan would have waited a lot longer to see the achievement gap in her Biology 101 class almost disappear.
Collaboration will be key in deciding whether the University will provide makeup classes for students who took the fraudulent classes, offered between 1993 and 2011, that were exposed by the Wainstein report in October.
After Duke canceled its scheduled call to prayer Friday, discussions of University resources for UNC Muslims students were brought to the surface.
It’s not uncommon for one class meeting to be called off at the last minute, but this semester, a few students were surprised to see classes vanish altogether.
When faculty and administrators announced the delay of contextualized transcripts, they gained time to perfect the format of the transcript — and make sure students understood the changes.
When the Daily Tar Heel challenged students to come up with the most obnoxious places on campus, they were not shy to share what places bothered them the most. “It smells like despair and broken dreams,” said freshman Brian Schmid when asked to describe his least favorite place on campus – Philips Hall.