Central North Carolina, including Orange County, is expected to receive two to four inches of snow Wednesday morning, according to a statement by the National Weather Service. The University has cancelled classes for Wednesday and before noon on Thursday.
Erica Perel has succeeded Betsy O’Donovan as general manager of The Daily Tar Heel. Perel, who took over the position at the end of the fall 2017 semester, had served as the DTH’s editor-in-chief in the 1997-98 school year, and as the paper’s newsroom adviser since 2008.
This year, 20 Orange County Schools students' and their families did something that seems antithetical to attending a public primary or secondary school — they paid tuition.
The students at Orange County Schools that enrolled in Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Project Lead the Way courses took a total of 1,042 advanced exams in the 2016-17 school year.
It was hard to take a positive stance on concussion avoidance in Orange County Schools on Oct. 23, but Emily Gaddy tried her best to.
If you’ve visited www.dailytarheel.com in the past couple of days, you’ve probably noticed that we’ve redesigned our website.
Dr. Jake Henry seemed perplexed. He was giving a school accountability data presentation that focused on test scores for grade levels across the board and the changes — mostly positive — that Orange County Schools had made from past years.
UNC alerted students to a robbery near Manning Drive that at occurred at approximately 10:30 p.m..
UNC's first day of class has ended with a protest in front of Silent Sam. While university officials have known about a planned rally since Monday, the cause behind the rally was unclear in a message to the campus community.
Mike Bunting serves as UNC's Assistant Athletic Director for Facility Planning and Management, which means that he's currently very busy. UNC athletic facilities are currently undergoing a massive series of renovations this year, shuffling around and/or impacting track and field, soccer, football, field hockey and lacrosse. Summer editor Rachel Jones spoke with Bunting about the extent of the renovations and what they'll mean for the future.
Happy Tuesday, UNC! While it may be time to head back to class after a three-day weekend, you can still make time to review news from campus and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day festivities:
Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, UNC! While some may celebrate by sleeping through cancelled classes and leaving particularly spicy missives in our comment section, we at the DTH are honoring the legacy of activism and organization that MLK left behind. Read on for more on that, and on what you missed over the weekend:
Hey Heels, welcome back to campus for spring semester! Here's what you missed:
Happy Wednesday, UNC! Here's the news for the middle of your last full week of classes:
Happy post-election day, UNC! The people's voice has been heard, and the news is in:
Happy day after Halloween, UNC! I don't expect you to be up early enough to see this hit your inbox, but I do hope you all have your Christmas album of choice queued up to ride out the rest of the semester (unless you're my roommate — if you are, you've been bumping *NSYNC's "Home for Christmas" since July).
Happy Wednesday, UNC! The middle of the week always strikes me as a time to rebuild; apparently the DTH at large, Carolina Coffee Shop and college basketball historians feel the same way. Read on for the news:
Welcome back from Fall Break, Heels! We're over halfway through the semester and classes are heating up while the wether cools down. Here's the news:
Here's the news as we end an era and enter Fall Break week: