Victor De La Cruz
Students who want to live on campus with someone of a different gender will finally get the chance this fall.
Although dogs and cats aren’t permitted to share a room with students on campus, plenty of off-campus apartments welcome pets—for a price.
UNC Hospitals will now be attracting patients from all across the Southeast for something that only it has — a certified Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Seven finalists gave five-minute speeches arguing that they should be selected as the student speaker at the TEDxUNC conference on Feb. 9.
Even though Hurricane Sandy left Chapel Hill largely unscathed, the storm’s aftereffects are still on students’ minds.
Last year’s Mr. and Ms. UNC didn’t keep their campaign promises. After miscommunication among the winners and the groups they promised to help, the $500 meant to go toward the service projects was never awarded.
Jonathan Bloom is an alumnus of UNC’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication and author of American Wasteland.
UNC athletics teams have drafted a new teammate — a faculty member who will oversee their academic advising.
The fight for gender-neutral housing has been revived in a 10-week campaign to rejuvenate student support.
Students looking to sell used items without having to rely on sketchy websites have a new option — Heel Exchange.
Have you ever had those bananas that you take from Rams Head or Lenior just sit on your desk because they look dull and boring?
Bane’s making a stop at Franklin Street on Halloween — frat style. In an attempt to bring Bane to UNC, sophomore Christoper Batch, an economics and political science double major, ran a campaign to construct a costume that restored the character of Bane — with a UNC twist.