About 70 students gathered in the lobby of Genome on Friday to present their research at the Quality Undergraduate Research and Making Exposition.
It was 3:40 a.m. on Nov. 11 when Wanda Johnson awoke to a loud popping noise. When she opened her bedroom door to investigate, she faced smoke and flames coming from the attic. She yelled for her family, and quickly got her daughter and nephew out of the house to ensure their safety.
If you’ve ever wanted to visit a website that doesn't exist anymore or wanted to view television clips from years ago, your solution has arrived: the Internet Archive.
Pi Beta Phi and Phi Delta Theta co-hosted the 10th annual Eve Carson Memorial 5K For Education and brought in around 1,400 runners on Saturday. Held in memory of former Student Body President Eve Carson, who was killed in 2008, the 5K has followed in her footsteps of honoring scholarship and education for 9 years.
At the UNC homecoming game this weekend, UNC crowned Aaron Epps as Mr. UNC and Micheline Amisi as Miss UNC. Both of the winners are African American — for the first time since 2006.
In light of the NCAA investigations, UNC has been under both academic and athletic investigations. Within the Faculty Council there is a special committee to deal with these issues and how they should interact. Working with professors and students, the faculty athletics committee recently announced new changes to the athletics department.
With Fall Break looming, UNC hosted Carolina Family Weekend 2017 this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Families on campus could enjoy the UNC vs Virginia football game, a family barbecue and many other activities. Staffwriter Mark Burnett asked parents what their favorite part of visiting Chapel Hill is.
Under Taliban fire, falling out of the sky and crashing into the village below, Staff Sergeant Karl Holt knew his life would never be the same again.
Eyes focused on computer screens, students from across the state spent their weekend analyzing data sets and competing at the first ever Carolina Data Challenge.
Sitting in a conference room on the 105th floor of the South Tower, all Joe Dittmar and his colleagues noticed when a plane hit the North Tower was a flicker of the light.