Effects of Hurricane Florence are beginning to show in Chapel Hill, as a tree fell behind Parker Residence Hall on Stadium Drive. Here's what Alert Carolina has to say about the development.
Although Hurricane Florence was upgraded to a Category 4 on Monday, the National Hurricane Center said it likely hasn't reached peak intensity yet. Chapel Hill may be hours from the coast, but state officials are warning citizens not to underestimate the storm. The Daily Tar Heel answered your questions to make sure you're prepared for whatever Florence brings this weekend.
On Friday, Chancellor Carol Folt said that the toppled Silent Sam monument had no place “at the front door” of UNC’s campus. She also discussed last night’s protest, in which police used pepper foggers to control the crowd of pro- and anti-Silent Sam protestors.
After releasing a short statement Monday night following the Silent Sam protest where the Confederate monument was forcibly removed by demonstrators, UNC has released an updated statement.
Perhaps Charles Dickens thought the French Revolution was the best of times and the worst of times, but all UNC students know the first week of classes, or FWOC, is the real age of wisdom and foolishness. No other time in a Tar Heel’s life is as full of varying highs and lows. To make the most of this volatile period, here are some tips on what you can’t miss.
There’s a tattoo of a Captain America shield on the inside of incoming junior Chris Young’s right elbow. His children like superheroes, he explains. Then he laughs. “Plus, well, you know,” he says.
UNC professor Donald Raleigh is knowledgeable on all things Russia. The Daily Tar Heel sat down with him to discuss his years of research in the country, how he found the inspiration and why he continues to study its history, culture and politics.
It's 2018, and it's about time people understood Women Also Know Stuff. “Part of what’s going on is that people tend to have a set of networks, and their networks are perhaps based on who they read in graduate school or with whom they went to graduate school or have been colleagues,” said Layna Mosley, a UNC professor of political science.
Societal stereotypes around evident even in a university system, where words like "intelligent" and "cool" are used overwhelmingly to describe men but "shrill" and "bossy" are used to describe women.
Research shows that female professors tend to take on more service than men, reducing the time they have to spend on research. These factors, combined with others, make it harder for female professors to receive promotions.
Caroline Young, who is on UNC's women's rowing team, teaches a young girl how to row during National Girls and Women in Sports Day hosted at UNC.
UNC track and field athlete Emily Godwin high fives a participant during National Girls and Women in Sports Day, hosted at UNC.
Happy Hump Day, Heels! Check out our news as your enjoy your LWOC and prepare to send off another graduating class.
Good morning, Tar Heels! Read on to learn about Sexual Assault Awareness Month, graduation rates at UNC and next year’s DTH Editor-in-chief candidate:
Good morning, Tar Heels! Read on to learn about DTH’s lawsuit against UNC, diversity at the Campus Y and how humor compares to frogs:
Happy Wednesday, UNC! With one day to go before we beat Dook, we’ve gathered some headlines to help you get ready. And since the rest of the world is still spinning, we have the rest of the news for you as well.
Happy Halloweekend, UNC! Before putting on your final touches on your costumes, check out some quick headlines:
UNC, we're so close. Hang in there just a little longer, and tonight we'll be free from all the papers and exams for four whole days. Until then, here's the news:
Happy Friday, UNC! Congratulations on making it to the end of another week. Unfortunately, you only have two days to recover before the next one. Here's everything you need to know before we head into the weekend: