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On the first day of class, many professors ask their students to go around the room and say their name, major and maybe a fun fact. In Marianne Gingher's classroom, students build masks meant to look like their own faces and sing songs while wearing them.
From drafting a will to granting power of attorney, there are some decisive moments in an individual's life that call for a lawyer. But legal services are expensive, and some North Carolinians can't afford them.
Light falls from windows on students who chat and drift between workstations. The clanking of metal interrupts the gentle scraping of a chisel.
Two UNC professors met over a cup of coffee six years ago. Now, they are conducting research together to cure Alzheimer’s Disease.
UNC’s Department of Computer Science is considering an application process for students interested in declaring the computer science major.
Holiday breaks can be a much-needed rest from a busy semester schedule, but stressful family gatherings, heavy meals and days on end with nothing to do may leave students more restless than rejuvenated.
The Faculty Executive Committee met Monday to discuss the University's strategic plan, the effectiveness of digital learning and the allegations against concussion research conducted at UNC.
Demolition is underway at Odum Village for 37 buildings of the on-campus graduate student and family apartments, UNC Facilities announced last week. The demolition zone is near UNC Hospitals, right next to the Mason Farm Road turn-off on East Drive.
As coding and analytics become increasingly relevant in today's job market, UNC’s Department of Economics is adjusting to keep up with a rapidly-changing economy.
Some say laughter is the best medicine. Thoai Vu, founder of Heeling in Harmony, might disagree.
There are the 8 a.m. classes you can barely drag yourself to, the lectures you struggle to stay awake for and the difficult seminars with dense readings that half the students didn't complete before class.
One college professor is convinced that there is one common force behind school shootings, violence against women and sexual violence — toxic masculinity.
There's a new club on campus trying to spark global conversations at UNC through small discussions — the UNC-Chapel Hill Institute for Global Development.
Latinx Heritage Month has begun, which is why the recently opened Carolina Latinx Center is hosting a variety of events around campus this fall to highlight Latinx culture.
While UNC-Chapel Hill hunts for a chancellor at a time of uncertainty for the administration, the UNC System is conducting a similar search for a new president.
This past May, the UNC Business Journalism program underwent a major change: it lost its leader.
Carrboro's Vecino Brewing Company is taking a break from Santa with a holiday event targeted at "Seinfeld" fans. This season, it will host a party for all those tired of the holidays — a Festivus for the rest of us.
Students have various ways of complaining about finals season. Some do so with memes, and others by discounting liberal arts classes as far easier than STEM classes during otherwise cordial conversations. Want to complain in song to a live audience? Then come out to The Meantime Open Mic Night.
WXYC will attempt the impossible later this week: time-traveling back to the decade when Michael Jordan was still playing in Carolina blue and white.
Filmmakers from around the world gathered in Carrboro last week to showcase their craft.