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UNC basketball is in flux right now. After getting outplayed by Pittsburgh on Saturday, the Tar Heels will look to stop their second four-game losing streak of the season when they travel to Blacksburg to battle Virginia Tech on Wednesday.
The Orange County Schools Board of Education might add three new pre-K classrooms. The board discussed the proposal at several meetings last week, including a joint meeting with the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools Board of Education on Friday, Jan. 17.
After one of the longest sessions held in its history, the General Assembly adjourned until April. The legislature was able to accomplish some important things during the long session, but one item still has yet to pass: the state’s budget for 2020-2021.
Students at UNC are watching the debates, talking politics with friends and keeping up with the onslaught of national political news coverage — all indications that the Democratic primary and the subsequent general election are quickly approaching.
Raleigh native André Leon Gray’s exhibition, “lost lux libertas,” is on display at the The John and June Allcott Gallery in the Hanes Art Center now until Feb. 25. The title of his exhibition is a reference of the official motto of UNC, “lux libertas,” Latin for light and liberty. The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday through Friday.
After a Cinderella run to the NCAA semifinals in the 2019 spring season, the North Carolina men’s tennis team opened at No. 4 in the 2020 preseason polls.
The Hillsborough Gallery of Arts is a space for artists, owned by artists. Founded in 2007, the gallery has welcomed hundreds of works of art of all kinds from painting and ceramics, to sculpture and jewelry.
For Carrboro community members and leaders, the opening of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park on Monday has been a long time coming.
Ten years after the death of former UNC student, Lillian Chason, her father, Eric Chason, has released a memoir called "Breathless," keeping her memory alive.
Painting, '90s hip-hop and drinks are coming to The House Restaurant and Catering on Saturday, Jan. 25.
Danny Talbott, a multi-sport athlete at North Carolina in the mid-1960s, died of cancer Sunday morning in his home in Rocky Mount. He was 75.
It’s no secret that the University of North Carolina loves its men’s basketball. Fans from all over the state packing into the Dean Dome. Students anxiously refreshing their computers in hopes of winning tickets from the lottery system. Everyone storming Franklin Street after victory over in-state rival Duke.
Ever heard of missed connections?
With the start of a new semester comes, for many UNC undergraduates, the start of an LFIT. We students love to hate on LFITs; common complaints are that they’re pointless, that you don’t actually gain anything from the course or that these courses are a waste of time and money.
The term Nacirema is American spelled backward. It was first introduced by Horace Miner in, "Body Ritual Among the Nacirema." Today, it is mainly used by anthropologists to distance themselves, and avoid personal bias, when writing about American culture, its rituals, and its customs.
Chapel Hill’s 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Day events brought together activists, local leaders and state leaders to reflect on King’s legacy in Chapel Hill and beyond.
I’m not a fan of albums.
With the North Carolina budget at a stalemate, and amid mounting concerns over the UNC System's Silent Sam settlement, Kevin Guskiewicz joined a Faculty Council meeting last week — his first as UNC's permanent chancellor
The UNC-SystemBoard of Governors met Friday to discuss the system's successes of the previous year and the looming concern of the state budget stalemate.