As exams creep ever closer, the stress is building not only for students but for professors as well. Staff writer Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez asked professors what they like and dislike about exam season.
The UNC Board of Trustees met in full Thursday, Nov. 16 and discussed Silent Sam, Daniel Reichart and the Horace Williams Airport. Here's what you need to know.
As transnational terrorism continues to become an increasing threat worldwide, people everywhere are wondering why this is happening and how it can be resolved. The Transnational Terrorism Today conference brought together a wide arrange of experts on Thursday and Friday to answer exactly these questions.
All over campus, racks of shiny, blue and white ‘Tar Heel Bikes’ have been installed as a part of Chancellor Folt’s Three Zero’s Environmental Initiative. Staff writer Marco Quiroz asked UNC students about their first impressions of the bikes.
While most students are relaxing during their time off this fall break, the students participating in the APPLES alternative fall break will be helping communities in need across North Carolina.
The effects of cancer reach beyond the patient's diagnosis. Be The Match wants to inform students of the role they can play in a patient's battle for recovery. The women’s basketball team and Be The Match were swabbing students’ cheeks in the pit today to find perfect donor matches for cancer patients awaiting bone marrow transplants.
Marking the first anniversary of Chancellor Carol Folt’s Three Zeros Initiative, sustainability at UNC has flourished through efforts to refocus goals of net zero water usage, zero waste to landfills and zero greenhouse gas emissions.
Coffee-loving students were taken by surprise when Carolina Dining Services temporarily relocated the to-go coffee cups from their regular location.
Students no longer have to choose between exercising and studying thanks to the new treadmill desks in Davis, which allow students to study or work on homework while walking at a steady 1 – 2 miles per hour.
Staff writer Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez went around campus and asked various students where they will be watching the first football game of the season and what they were doing to prepare for the game.