Marvel’s "Black Panther" is, in its simplest form, a phenomenon. The movie covers a range of topics about Black culture in a new and relevant way, all while avoiding dangerous stereotypes.
The UNC School of Law was ranked 45 in 2019’s Best Law Schools by the U.S. News and World Reports annual rankings of graduate schools, dropping six spots from last year’s rank of 39.
We’re finally getting some South Asian representation, but besides Mindy Kaling, the most celebrated actors and comedians are all men. South Asian men have finally been granted a voice, but they’re not doing anything to elevate the status of their female counterparts in television and movies. Maybe it’s time for South Asian women to seize the narrative.
When it comes to the Park lecture, Dean Susan King isn’t here to choose someone she likes.
A duchess, a princess and WHO leaders talked the importance of nurses via webcast for the Nursing Now launch, a global campaign hosted by the UNC School of Nursing and IntraHealth International.
It’s been difficult for me to feel anything but anger. Even moreso, it’s been difficult for me to process what happened to my hometown.
Chancellor Folt addressed changes in the University over the past year in her annual State of University address at the Undergraduate Student Senate meeting on Tuesday.
In anticipation of the biggest basketball game of the season, students and alumni reflect on the tradition that has stood the test of time: rushing Franklin Street.
Starting next semester, The Gillings School of Public Health will offer a leadership concentration through their online Master's of Health Program.
Staff writer Ramishah Maruf sat in on the Faculty Athletic Committee meeting where they discussed creating a more academic environment for student athletes, adjusting player schedules and increasing breaks for student athletes.