Carrboro Board of Aldermen member Sammy Slade is concerned that a proposed bill from the N.C. General Assembly will limit accessibility to police body-worn and dashboard camera footage.
The UNC-system Board of Governors announced Monday they are relocating their upcoming meeting from the University of North Carolina at Asheville to Chapel Hill.
The recent arrest and sentencing of a University of Virginia student in North Korea has raised concern about resources available to students who get in legal trouble abroad.
A selection committee elected UNC junior Jane Wester as The Daily Tar Heel's 2016-17 editor-in-chief on Saturday. Wester, a history major from Charlotte, said her love for the paper and her desire to continue working with the DTH motivated her to run.
The arrival of UNC-system President Margaret Spellings could reignite a conversation around in-state tuition for undocumented students.
In addition to voting for political candidates, the March 15 primary will ask North Carolina residents to vote on the Connect NC Bond — a $2 billion bond that would fund statewide projects in education, safety and recreation.
Fixed-term faculty at Duke University called for an election to unionize last week, citing a need for job security and better teaching conditions.
Duke University Chapel’s call to prayer controversy, the highly publicized shooting deaths of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill and the Syrian refugee crisis — all have raised questions about the rhetoric surrounding Islam in politics and the media.
Robert Zuniga, an immigration lawyer based in Charlotte, said his clients had the foresight to not open the door when officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) surrounded their house. Unable to enter, the officers left and the family went into hiding.
A report released Thursday ranked Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina and Bank of America among companies and law firms labeled “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality” in the state.
College basketball has found an unlikely home in Raleigh.
A local author’s short story collection serves as the inspiration behind the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts’s latest exhibit, “It’s All About the Story.” Jill McCorkle, a Hillsborough-based author, is reading pieces from “Going Away Shoes,” the collection that inspired all of the works in the exhibit at the gallery Sunday from 2-4 p.m.
The Chapel Hill Art Gallery is painting its way into politics with its newest exhibit. David Taylor is featured artist for the month of February at the Chapel Hill Art Gallery, and the Moral Monday protests in Raleigh are the main subjects of his exhibit, titled “Does Art Have a Moral Responsibility.” The exhibit is composed of 22 pieces, including landscapes and still lifes, but the main focus is on seven pieces depicting various scenes from the Moral Monday protests.
????1/2 A song dedicated entirely to bad dining hall food is just one of the gems found in Pauper Players’s show, “Broadway Melodies,” which opened on Friday and runs until Feb 4. “Broadway Melodies” featured three student-written and student-directed shows — “Les Nor,” “Into the Games” and “Jurassic Pop.” The actors and directors only had two weeks to transform each musical, but from the high quality of the performances, the audience would have never guessed.
Audiences will visit both the 1860s and the 1960s in a concert by musical duo Sparky and Rhonda Rucker tonight at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro.
The Star Heels Dance Team chasséd and twirled for a good cause on Sunday night. The Star Heels supported Embody Carolina at its annual Fall Charity Show in the Student Union’s Great Hall.
Durham Central Park is going to the dogs. The Coalition to Unchain Dogs is hosting its 7th annual benefit concert, Music for Fences, today from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the park to help raise funds and awareness for their organization.
The classical world of chamber music fuses with the contemporary sound of cabaret as the Mallarme Chamber Players kick off their 30th season tonight with a performance at the Cookery in Durham.