UNC students taking the newly required sexual assault education module this semester weren’t alone — nationwide, schools are implementing similar programs for students, faculty and staff.
Many aspects of Chapel Hill and UNC’s campus go quiet in the summer months — but for Moral Monday protesters, the season represents a time for getting fired up, for change and for more work to be done.
Students, faculty and others rallied together on the steps of Wilson Library on Wednesday to call for a living wage, increased benefits and better working conditions for non-tenure-track professors.
University administrators across the country are still figuring out how to handle Yik Yak, the popular social media app becoming known for the anonymous, offensive sentiments that often appear on its location-based message board.
Down syndrome is a complicated disease, but researching it just got a little easier.
A 20-year-old lawsuit accusing the state of not providing an adequate education to North Carolina’s public school students returned to court last week.
Hacks related to Sony and the Twitter account for U.S. Central Command have put cybersecurity at the forefront of Americans’ minds — and President Barack Obama released a series of proposals on Tuesday to bolster Internet safety.
Six people will die every day in the U.S. from binge drinking.
Wednesday night, hip-hop helped saved lives.
For ModernExtension dance company using dance as a means for activism is not out of the ordinary.
Musical works written by Rachmaninoff have been performed countless times by symphonies all around the world and tonight, the UNC Symphony Orchestra will tackle one of his famous pieces at their Scholarship Benefit Concert.
Photographer Minjin Kang didn’t always plan on being an artist. After realizing she had a passion for photography, Kang has created a few different bodies of work, each one with a different meaning and inspiration.
On Saturday afternoon, I had the pleasure of attending the Taste Durham Afternoon Tasting Tour. Personally I don’t think the name accurately describes the tour —”Taste of Heaven” would be much more accurate.
The art of spoken word poetry turned competitive at the Carrboro Arts Center on Saturday with the “Voicebox Youth Slam.” The event was presented by UNC’s Sacrificial Poets. Participants from ages 13-19 will competed in three rounds of poetry slams at the event.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a country filled with a rich culture and a lively people — but it is also filled with violence, political unrest and exploitation.