Sarah Kaylan Butler
Students got the chance to test an alternative form of transportation on Tuesday — in the form of an ELF.
While some students feel that UNC’s LGBT community faces opposition on its own campus, William Jardell wants them to know how progressive their campus is.
“My goal is to make us the Morehouse College of (predominately white institutions),” he said. “They’re known for producing very high quality graduates, who go into fortune 500 companies ... We’ve had that for some time now, we’ve had a good percentage of our black males go on to do really great things — beyond Michael Jordan or a Harrison Barnes. We have Michael Jordans’ and Harrison Barrnes’ in medicine and in law.”
Ordering a transcript just got a lot quicker.
The Student Congress Rules and Judiciary Committee confirmed the director of state and external affairs position Tuesday night, helping to fill the cabinet of Student Body President-elect Houston Summers.
UNC researchers have found e-cigarette vendors and customers are largely ignoring some of the state’s laws regulating them.
Almost 50,000 students have enrolled in a massive open online course on positive psychology taught by UNC professor Barbara Fredrickson.
In 1960, the Franklin McCain, one of the Greensboro Four, saw an issue with racial segregation and did something about it by hosting a sit-in in an all-white diner. More than half a century later, his granddaughter, UNC junior Taylor McCain, is taking his lead to pursue racial equality by working with Communiversity, a community-building youth program sponsored by the Sonya Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.
Yearbooks back to the 1890s, documents detailing portions of the civil rights movement and rare photos showing the way of life in Rocky Mount in 1950 — all of these pieces of history are now becoming available online thanks to a December grant.
As students, sometimes we get tired of studying in libraries. We get forced out of our own rooms because it's too difficult to study with our best friend (or our enemy) as a roommate.
Daily Tar Heel senior digital staff writer Sarah Kaylan Butler spoke with Dylan Zanikls, a UNC student, in the Ackland Art Museum Alumni Garden for Town Talk’s weekly Humans of Chapel Hill feature. To view the original Humans of New York blog, see here.
When things get too serious during our last semester, revert back to your pre-teen music choices. It's bound to help.
Exam week can be extreme. Do you know what else can be extreme? Bop It!
Now is the perfect time to pounce, on-campus residents.
“I’ve burned all my bridges, but this river I’m still trying to cross.”
I am a millennial, and I was born in the technology age.