In response to requests regarding concealed-weapons permits, professionals in the Triangle are discussing the role of doctors in gun policy.
A little more than a week after the bombings at the Boston Marathon, Muslims in the Triangle came together Tuesday to promote Islam as a peaceful religion.
The N.C. Children’s Hospital is set to unveil a new piece of equipment today aimed at helping pediatric patients race toward recovery.
Philip Ackerman-Leist, an associate professor of environmental studies and director of the Farm and Food Project at Green Mountain College, is the author of “Rebuilding the Foodshed” and “Up Tunket Road.” Staff writer Lynsay Williams spoke to Ackerman-Leist about sustainable living and a lecture he gave on campus Thursday.
A recent outbreak of nausea, vomiting and diarrhea that has been linked to norovirus has apparently subsided — but officials aren’t ready to relax yet.
The Panhellenic community has seen increases in the last few years — both in the number of women rushing and the number of women matched to a sorority.
The University’s School of Nursing will soon offer a new postgraduate degree program for its students.
Students living off campus don’t have to face their problems alone. Two UNC departments and the town of Chapel Hill provide a variety of resources, ranging from help with neighbors to advice on leases.
Students might soon have to create more complicated Onyen passwords — but the reward would be changing them less often.
UNC Bucket List is a weekly feature highlighting the 100 things students should attempt before they graduate.
While the weatherman says it’s been fall for more than two weeks now, we’re still feeling the heat here in Chapel Hill.