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CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article incorrectly described the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program as a scholarship that allows students to spend two years at Duke University after their sophomore year at UNC. Rather, this is a program where students are afforded resources at both universities and spend the second semester of their sophomore year at the opposite campus.
The Faculty Executive Committee held a meeting on Monday to discuss the gender pay gap at UNC and a petition signed by 101 UNC faculty members concerning campus police.
Recently, many undergraduate students received an email from a UNC research team conducting a study about free expression experiences on campus. This survey consisted of numerous questions surrounding the theme of identity expression in and out of the classroom and how students believe free expression affects them.
April 9 will mark one year since the untimely passing of one of UNC’s distinguished professors, Jonathan Hess, a professor of Jewish history and culture and chairperson of the Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literatures at the time of his passing.
If you have ever noticed the flocks of middle schoolers who periodically venture to UNC’s campus and wondered why they were here, you can finally get an answer.
The recent removal of the Silent Sam base and plaque from UNC’s campus has sparked new discussions and protests surrounding the monument and its history, extending conversations to potential new students and their families.
Hunter Sigmund had never been on a major television network. But on Jan. 7, that changed.
Distinguished chemistry professor Jeffrey Johnson was recently elected a lifetime fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. This distinction, which has been given to notable scientists including Thomas Edison and Grace Hopper, is awarded to scientists who show outstanding work in research, teaching, advocacy or science policy. Staff writer Jordyn Williams spoke to Johnson about the fellowship and his research at UNC.
Science programs at UNC have a history of awards and recognition, and this year proves no exception.
UNC offers over 300 study abroad programs spanning 70 countries, and for many of these programs, students are required to have a passport to travel. For this reason, UNC Global offers an annual passport drive through the FedEx Global Education Center.
Pro-Black student activism organization UNC Black Congress collaborated Monday with UNC Student Government's Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach Committee (MADO) to hold a town hall on the future of Silent Sam.
As midterm season comes to a close, many students are faced with the harsh reality of one or more unexpectedly low grades. This problem is common for first-year students, especially in their first semester of classes, as they start to adjust to the speed and difficulty of college and all it has to offer.
The Faculty Executive Committee held a meeting Monday where major topics of discussion included updates on the pop-up forums for Silent Sam relocation, as well as the upcoming University Day. Here are the two main takeaways:
If you’ve been feeling like you’re on pins and needles lately, Campus Health Services has a solution for you: more pins and needles.
Update 11:20 p.m.: At Thursday's Board of Trustee's meeting, Chancellor Carol Folt addressed her comments about the poll.
On Sept. 15, three UNC students pitched their startup, Phyta, to a panel of world leaders at the United Nations conference after winning regionals for the Hult Prize startup accelerator program.
Comparing the value of education to the price students pay in tuition, UNC ranked second in best-valued schools in the U.S., according to The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education College Rankings.
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School recently launched a concentration known as the Center for the Business of Health, available to undergraduate, graduate and master's students.
The applications for Kenan-Flagler Business School's Undergraduate Business Program are due Sept. 1. Roughly 800 students apply annually, while only half will be admitted.
A new business has entered the fold of parking options for students with hopes to provide close and affordable parking.