According to a study by the Pew Research Center, 44 percent of Americans polled in 2017 responded that "there is a natural conflict between Islam and democracy."
A five-member ad-hoc committee created by the North Carolina Historical Commission decided Monday there will be at least one public hearing on the possible relocation of three Confederate monuments.
A recent study found nearly half of the 100 largest public universities — including UNC-Chapel Hill — do not keep statistics on campus suicides.
American Historically Black Colleges and Universities contribute $14.8 billion to the U.S. economy, according to a new study.
Gabi Stewart, a classics major at Duke, was one of 32 Americans awarded the Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford last week.
First-year Alex Stephens was quick to answer what she expected from the event. “Radicalism,” she said. Sebastian Gorka, a former Trump administration adviser and current Fox News contributor, visited UNC Monday night to speak about U.S.-Israel relations and the Middle East. The event, held in Genome Science Building, was hosted by UNC Christians United for Israel, UNC College Republicans and UNC Turning Point USA.
A Duke University economics professor’s syllabus prohibiting The Duke Chronicle writers from taking the class has been met with public concern and outcry.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper's most recent executive order allows some transgender people in the state to use bathrooms according to their gender identity.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid has been updated over the last two years in hopes of making the process more convenient for students.
Raleigh city council candidate Zainab Baloch’s campaign sign was found vandalized Friday morning with a racial slur, the word "Trump" and a swastika.