Mildred "Mama Dip" Council opened her restaurant in 1976 with just $64. She passed away this week as a Chapel Hill legend.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools are offering free breakfast and lunch at certain locations to help low-income families on the day of the teacher walkout, but the school closing still presents problems.
The American Talent Initiative is collaborating with universities across the country—including UNC—to make their institutions more accessible for low-income students as they are still underrepresented at universities.
Although the semester is ending, the NC General Assembly is about to convene. The budget is likely to be the main bill of conversation this year.
The Department of Justice is investigating some universities' admissions practices. This investigation is trying to determine where or not these schools violated antitrust laws by sharing lists of students, accepted under early decision programs. But experts are debating the prevalence of this practice.
UNC-system President Margaret Spellings plans to visit eight campuses across the state in the upcoming weeks.
The company is one of the biggest recruiters for graduates of UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and has worked closely with the school over the last couple years.
Despite low enrollment and the moral implications of teaching the course, the UC San Diego senate denied a request to discontinue a Woody Allen class on the premise of academic freedom and the First Amendment.
In the midst of a politically divided era, the UNC Institute of Politics hosted The Art of Disagreement to promote thoughtful debate.
Colleges and universities have seen an increase in donations since 2016, according to a report from the Council for Aid to Education.