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CORRECTION: A previous version of this article started that Montia Daniels and Patrice McGloin's platform for their run as Campus Y co-presidents was titled "We will not be silenced." The correct name of the platform is "Our voices will not be silenced." The story text has been updated to reflect the proper campaign title, as well as the article's headline which had the incorrect name. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for these errors.
The University defended its use of a race-conscious admissions process in federal district court this week, six years after the lawsuit was originally filed on behalf of Students for Fair Admissions, Inc.
Members of UNC’s chapter of the environmental honors fraternity Epsilon Eta abolished the group after former members called out the fraternity for fostering white supremacy.
Systemic racism affects institutions across the country — and on Thursday, a virtual discussion highlighted its effects on health care.
"Do I want to spend another semester living with my parents?"
Missing your favorite Zumba or HIIT class from UNC Campus Recreation? As of Monday, the facility is now offering free virtual fitness classes.
Since UNC's official move to remote instruction on March 23, actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have impacted almost every aspect of campus life — and student government is no exception.
The Israel-Palestinian peace negotiations may seem a long way from complete resolution, but Washington Institute senior fellows David Makovsky and Ghaith Al-Omari spoke on the topic at UNC Wednesday evening and had a hopeful message for their audience: disagreements can be overcome.
Amanda Kraus wants colleges to know that access does not equal equity.
There are physical borders at UNC that students know well: North and South Campus, East and West Franklin Street, upper and lower quad. There are metaphorical borders, too: in-state and out-of-state students, lower and upperclassmen, humanities and STEM majors.
UNC's Advisory Committee met Wednesday to discuss the search for a Chief Diversity Officer, new faculty positions focusing on the study of U.S. slavery and the state budget’s impact on departments at the University.
The new Program for Public Discourse brought talk of impeachment from D.C. to Chapel Hill with an event to provide the public with historical and legal background information on the impeachment process.
When you’re eating in a rush on-campus, picking up a quick bite to eat from Chick-fil-A in the Bottom of Lenoir is easy and favored by many UNC students. But for some, the fast-food chain's long history of donations to anti-LGBTQ groups and evangelical organizations is enough to deter them from the chain's waffle fries and chicken sandwiches.
UNC is a university full of firsts. Not only does it claim the title of the first public university, but it is also the home of WXYC — UNC's student-run radio station and the first ever to do a live internet broadcast.
Members of the Graduate and Professional Student Federation's senate met Tuesday to discuss the ongoing search for University administrators, the Student Advocates for Graduate Education (SAGE) Fall Summit, increases in tuition and fees and the cost of implicit bias training.
As the course numbers climb higher in the catalog, it can be easy to be intimidated by classes that rank as 500-level or higher, categorized as some of the highest level courses available to undergraduates. But sometimes, students have found that it's not worth being intimidated by high course numbers.
Members of the Faculty Athletics Committee met Thursday to discuss changes being made to the approved absence protocol for student athletes, the concerns of UNC’s academic outcome gaps for Black student athletes and California’s new law allowing student athletes to form endorsement deals and hire agents.
Since its relaunch in 2018, UNC’s American Association of University Professors has taken on the task of hosting the North Carolina AAUP Conference on October 4-5.
When walking into a grocery store, most people don’t think twice about expecting fresh, refrigerated vegetables to be in the produce section.
Pepper’s Pizza on Franklin Street, the start of Mack Brown’s coaching career at UNC, Michael Jordan and camping out for basketball tickets are all part of the good old days at UNC for alumni.