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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.
UNC has faced criticism for the coal component of its cogeneration plant in the past. While the University is working to become greenhouse gas neutral by 2050, the plant must also undergo routine permit renewals, and community members are fighting for more say in the process.
Anti-Silent Sam organizers and protesters packed the Chapel Hill Courthouse Tuesday morning to show solidarity with 11 of the individuals facing charges for crimes allegedly carried out during demonstrations at Silent Sam.
While North Carolina residents continue to feel the effects of Hurricane Florence, four University of North Carolina at Wilmington students have harnessed the power of social media to help rebuild Wilmington in the wake of the storm.
When traveling east on Interstate 40 from Chapel Hill, campus buildings and Carolina blue signs are slowly replaced by pick-up trucks and acres of soybean fields.
“This is a proposal for change,” George Mitchell wrote in his suggestion for a new sculpture where Silent Sam once stood. One of the first African-American students to graduate from UNC's graduate art department, Mitchell hopes his sculpture will stand for diversity and inclusivity.
As a segment of UNC’s 2018 Week of Welcome, the UNControllables delivered a story of oppression and activism on campus dating back for over a century. The talk was officially titled “What UNC Doesn’t Want You to Know: Inside the University’s dirty history of exploitation, scandal, and racism.”
When the University announced the decreased average cost of attendance, students sought transparency about the process by which the University determines this number, unsure of how the changes might affect their financial aid package.
The class of 2018’s diplomas may arrive with a hefty price tag this year. Just as many of the graduating seniors’ time paying college tuition is coming to a close, the traditions and regalia associated with graduation pose a financial burden in itself.
Due to the ease of creating professional profiles online, students are planning for their careers earlier than ever. But how necessary is LinkedIn, anyway? And what should students be doing to make themselves attractive job applicants? They should be constructing a narrative, Gary Miller said.
Correction: An earlier version of this story stated an incorrect number of students had taken APPLES service-learning courses. It also misidentified the position of one student who spoke. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
Though the majority of the students on campus identify as female, students and faculty are seeking to close the gaps that still persist, especially in the University system.
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly referred to the app as "ListSave." It is LiveSafe. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
Researchers at UNC’s Gillings School of Global Public Health know what they want the world to look like by 2030, and with a new study, they are providing the data to help countries get there.
Students relying on aid are calling for transparency about the process the University uses to calculate the average student cost.
Undergraduate Student Government officials are divided over the process by which student organizations receive funding. While some student senators want to prioritize the bodies of student government, others believe student government should not prioritize University sponsored organizations over regular student organizations that add vital diversity to campus.
Three months after Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc across Puerto Rico, UNC professor Javier Arce Nazario visited the island's mountain communities to speak with residents about their water systems.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, The Daily Tar Heel interviewed student activists at UNC.
The legacy of Dean Smith has expanded from one dome to another. In Wilson Library, a new gift includes a collection of thousands of letters, speeches and personal items marking Smith’s personal life – one of deep faith, humility and commitment to honest competition.
Correction: An earlier version of this story contained errors in a quote by Mya Roberson.