After months of speaking out about the University’s handling of sexual assault cases, sophomore Landen Gambill said the system she has tried to change is once again working against her.
When stepping into A Remix Art Gallery in Carrboro, there’s no way to know what to expect.
Delayed indefinitely, these repairs are part of the cycle of what’s called “deferred maintenance” — maintenance that has been put off for so long that it actually causes additional repair work, like when a leaky roof creates water damage. The UNC system has $2.2 billion in deferred maintenance. Other state buildings have an additional $2.2 billion, bringing the total to $4.4 billion statewide.
On Monday, Chancellor Holden Thorp announced the names of an 11-member committee that will conduct the search. Members will meet for the first time on Tuesday, said Lowry Caudill, chairman of the committee and a member of the Board of Trustees.
One of UNC’s leaders is leaving for bluer skies, but the search for his replacement will likely be deferred until the next chancellor is chosen.
Town and University officials said they are planing for Homecoming weekend like a typical home football game.
President of the United States isn’t the only position at stake this election. Local and state elections this year range from one of North Carolina’s seats in the U.S. House of Representatives to the next superintendent of the state’s public schools.
UNC students looking for a job after graduation have reason to be optimistic.
UNC is yet again climbing the ranks, and this time it’s for teaching younger generations.
City Editor Chelsey Dulaney moderated the second video of The Daily Tar Heel’s “In 10” series, which brings together experts to explain current news topics in about 10 minutes. She sat down with Bonnie Hauser, Lee Storrow, Earl McKee and Harry Johnson to discuss the Orange County transit plan.
Caroline Leland, a sophomore journalism major and university desk writer, explains the steps of a story from start to finish. Read her finished story.
State & National editor Daniel Wiser moderated the first video of the Daily Tar Heel’s new “In 10” series which brings together experts to explain current news topics in about 10 minutes. Wiser sat down with UNC journalism professor Ferrel Guillory, Tom Jensen, director of Public Policy Polling, and Mitch Kokai, the director of communications for the John Locke Foundation.
UNC is trying to improve its recycling efforts and place higher in the 10-week RecyleMania competition, which begins Sunday.
Mary Cooper, Daily Tar Heel columnist Mark Laichena and three other panelists discuss possible tuition increases with students at Cooper’s second forum of the week Tuesday.
Former anti-apartheid activist and current University of Chicago professor David Bunn gave students some insight Thursday into his experiences in apartheid-era South Africa.
Wondering what the lunchtime earth shaking noise was? Four F-16C fighter jets flew repeatedly over campus today, practicing for Saturday’s football game fly-over.