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(4 hours ago)
The North Carolina football team (2-8, 1-6 ACC) picked up its second win of the season against Western Carolina (3-8, 1-7 Southern), handing the Catamounts their eighth straight loss and avoiding a seventh straight loss of its own in the 49-26 victory.
(8 hours ago)
The rims didn’t come off the goals on Wednesday, because Roy Williams’ assistants talked him out of it. But, still angry with his North Carolina team’s effort against Stanford, the head coach decided on practice featuring “everything you could do on the defensive end.”
(11 hours ago)
CARY — If the North Carolina women’s soccer team was cold Friday night, it didn’t show it. Despite the frigid temperatures at WakeMed Soccer Park, the Tar Heels remained hot as they cruised to a 4-1 victory over Kansas, advancing to the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
(7 hours ago)
In a fluid motion, Seventh Woods gathered the ball in front of him and twisted it behind his back, snapping it perfectly to a waiting Cameron Johnson in the corner. The North Carolina fans watching drew in their breath in reaction.
No. 7 North Carolina went over 100 points for the second time in three games on Friday, moving to 4-0 on the season. In a comfortable 108-58 win over Tennessee Tech, UNC shot 41 of 74 from the field and scored 58 points in the second half.
(12 hours ago)
Although the North Carolina field hockey team has had a tremendous season, it still manages to be humble.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has released a proposal of new rules for universities across the country to handle Title IX policies involving instances of sexual misconduct, broadening the rights of those accused of wrongdoing.
Carolina Thrift is partnering with Vintage Blue and SEAC to encourage sustainability while raising money for Hurricane Florence relief with Party for a Purpose, a fundraising dance party.
Charges against UNC professor Dwayne Dixon were dropped on Thursday morning at the Orange County Courthouse.
The panelists at Thursday's "Moral Obligations of Returning Veterans," hosted by the Carolina Forum, agree that people need to educate themselves on the American military and its current involvements.
On Nov. 11, the Association of Public Land Grant Universities named UNC among their 2018 cohort of Innovation and Economic Prosperity Universities. UNC joins more than 60 universities nationally who have received the IEP designation from APLU to date.
Today, the members of the General Conference on Weights and Measures — described by Wikipedia as "the supreme authority of the International Bureau of Weights and Measures," a sentence so aggrandizing I suspect it was written by a member of the General Conference — will gather to vote the kilogram as we know it out of existence. The International Prototype of the Kilogram, the metal cylinder that served as the standard for weight for 129 years, is going to be done away with and replaced with a new, more exact standard based on the Planck constant, which is some scientific thing based on something or another that blah blah blah doesn’t ever change because blah blah blah and will lead to more precise measurements. It's all super scientific and incredibly boring to anyone who isn't a member of the (read in booming voice) SUPREME AUTHORITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
Basketball is officially back, and so is our team over at Press Coverage. On this week’s edition of the podcast, which coincides with The Daily Tar Heel’s annual basketball preview that was released recently, Keaton Eberly and Tommy Fradenburg sit down with former two-time All-American, 1993 national champion and current Tar Heel Sports Network color commentator Eric Montross in part one of a special two-part episode about North Carolina men’s basketball.
The Board of Trustees met this week, following an extension of the Nov. 15 Silent Sam deadline and the resignation announcement of UNC-System President Margaret Spellings.
Mildred Council walked out of a bank on Franklin Street. A loan officer had just denied her request for money to invest in opening a restaurant. She walked back into the bank through a different door and sat down with another officer. The second officer saw what the first didn't, and she got the loan.
The Residence Hall Association is aiming to be more sustainable than ever, with a new plastic film recycling program that will help clean out the recycling stream and remove plastic from landfills.
After six straight losses, the North Carolina football team will look to pick up only its second win of the season Saturday.
Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough and Orange County may soon be entering an agreement to settle a somewhat trash-y dispute.
Driving toward Durham, I stopped at Starbucks to get coffee. Rarely buying coffee because it's expensive, I made the intentional choice to treat myself: pumpkin spice latte it was. Albeit much sweeter than I remembered it, the smooth taste of flavored milk was relaxing and enjoyable. As I sipped by drink in the car, I realized I was now listening to the radio instead of using my aux cord. In fact, I was listening to weird, tacky, Black Friday commercials. With no hand to spare, the radio sustained itself until I arrived at the car dealership. In the small, quaint waiting room, a woman wore a cute sweater depicting a cat dressed like Santa Claus. My favorite holiday candle, Yankee Candle's Autumn Wreath, burned steadily on a decorated coffee table.
RALEIGH — To add onto a hard season that has not included many wins, the North Carolina volleyball team lost at N.C. State on Wednesday in straight sets.