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In a digital landscape ripe with questions about privacy, regulations for social media platforms and uncertainty about how consumer data is being used, UNC established the Center for Information, Technology and Public Life — hoping to gather empirical data on some of the 21st century’s underlying phenomena.
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Two girls huddled around a small white and grey robot and a Google Chromebook. One typed in commands while the other positioned the robot at the edge of the table. With the push of a button, the robot moved forward.
This column is a part of an ongoing series featuring Chapel Hill Town Council and Carrboro Board of Aldermen candidates. Renuka Soll is a candidate for Chapel Hill Town Council.
This column is a part of an ongoing series featuring Chapel Hill Town Council and Carrboro Board of Aldermen candidates. Tai Huynh is a candidate for Chapel Hill Town Council.
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Courtney Banghart probably never imagined she’d be named the head coach of the UNC women’s basketball team.
The OC Voice is a portion of the OC Report newsletter where local residents may have a platform to talk about local issues they care about. This column is also part of a series of columns by local government candidates. Susan Romaine is a Carrboro Board of Aldermen member and running re-election in the fall.
In the middle of an extreme heat advisory on Saturday evening, the Orange County Speedway delivered its own form of heat on a race track in Rougemont, North Carolina advertised as “the fasted ⅜-mile race track in America.”
In 2019-20, the North Carolina women's basketball team will host seven games, including the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, and face four in-state opponents as part of its non-conference schedule, the athletic department announced Thursday.
Former Clemson defensive back Kyler McMichael has committed to North Carolina for the upcoming football season after spending under a day in the transfer portal.
Never will I understand the cognitive dissonance in those who tell minorities critical of America to “go back to where they came from” while actively supporting a president who campaigns on the idea that their beloved country is heading toward a state of despair and doom — a state that only a borderline-autocratic ruler can repair (Make America Great Again, anyone?).
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It's been a while since there was something to get excited about with North Carolina's football team. The Tar Heels are coming off of back-to-back nine loss seasons, and have won two ACC games in the past two years. The 2018 season in particular saw a team, that couldn't shake the injury bug, lose several close games after some bad fourth quarters.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Mack Brown knows what you think of him.
Amidst a new age in college game-day drinking laws, tension between students and law enforcement and the need for police to maintain good optics, Thomas Younce — Air Force captain-turned-police officer — is heading UNC’s police force for the time being as interim police chief.
The Greene Tract — a 164 acre property jointly owned by Orange County, Chapel Hill and Carrboro — is in the news. It’s a distinctive natural area next to the historic Rogers Road Community and the closed county landfill. Last Monday, the Chapel Hill Town Council passed two resolutions that advanced the recent planning for the Greene Tract.
July 20, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission moon walk, in which Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first ever people to step foot on the moon. While NASA will be celebrating this historic trip, so will the Morehead Planetarium — for being the training ground in celestial navigation for the Apollo 11 team.
The Chapel Hill Police Department arrested a Durham man following the robberies of two State Employees' Credit Union locations in Chapel Hill in July.
Chapel Hill Town Council held a special meeting Monday night to discuss adopting a resolution for how to move forward with the 164-acre Greene Tract property jointly owned by the towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro, and by Orange County.
A historic campus Master Plan was formally approved this summer by the Board of Trustees, which for the first time in the history of the University, calls for the demolition and replacement of campus housing.
The Lumina Theater will close its doors this fall.
The PTA Thrift Shop will remove “PTA” from its name following a mutual agreement between the Carrboro-based thrift store and the National PTA.