We all have a registration horror story or two. Here are the solutions to some of yours.
UNC Student Body President Savannah Putnam used racial slurs and offensive language in tweets from 2013 and 2014. What does that mean within the context of the present day?
Last week, we asked you guys to tell us how you were feeling about orientation, and 64 percent said you didn’t know what to expect going into it. We don’t blame you — one look at the schedule, and we’re already exhausted for you.
After almost 15 productive years as the CEO of UNC Health Care and dean of the UNC School of Medicine, Dr. Bill Roper plans to move back "behind the scenes" as a faculty member in the pediatrics department.
Educators and supporters from across the state assembled in Raleigh on Wednesday for a March for Students and Rally for Respect. Due to the massive expected teacher absences, dozens of school districts across the state closed on May 16, leaving about 68 percent of North Carolina’s public school students out of class for the day. Their absence from work was certainly noted, but educators wanted their appeals to N.C. legislators to be just as affecting. A few shared their signs, their stories and their desired results of the rally with us.
Everything that combines fun and science, from liquid nitrogen ice cream to lessons on aliens and snot, could be found in Phillips Hall on Tuesday during the first-ever Science is Awesome Outreach Day. Over 300 fourth-grade students from Carrboro Elementary School, Frank Porter Graham Bilingüe School and Northside Elementary School came to campus to participate in the event that was hosted by the UNC Department of Physics and Astronomy. The event was geared toward encouraging students at these three Title I schools to consider careers in STEM fields and to get them excited about science.
Silent Sam was painted red around 2:30 p.m. Monday. The person has been identified as Maya Little, a UNC doctoral student, on Twitter. Little was arrested by UNC Police following the incident.
"Sissies," "drunks," "witches" and "the Pope" are among those told to repent by a group of religious protesters on campus Tuesday afternoon.
A new type of daycare center will be opening on Franklin Street on July 1.