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It is a well-known fact that campus is home to some shitty bathrooms (no pun intended). Long study sessions in Davis Library are not made any easier by bathrooms with missing or broken stall doors, faucets that blast you with jets of water and overflowing trash cans.
According to data published by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, UNC is a launch pad for startups and research ventures.
Just in time for the warmer weather, residents at Ehringhaus Residence Hall have been treated to a new dedicated hammock area.
The Faculty Athletics Committee met Tuesday afternoon. Here is what you need to know:
When the Undergraduate Senate met Tuesday evening, it was business as usual. But with a simple procedural approval of the consent agenda, the Undergraduate Senate did something it had not done in 25 years: approved student government funding for The Daily Tar Heel.
The Faculty Athletics Committee met Tuesday afternoon, and here is what you need to know:
For anyone who starts a club on campus, the goal is to raise interest, see growth in numbers and perhaps receive recognition by other clubs for the work they have done. Since founding the Carolina Jump Rope Club in 2017, Graham Booth and Noah Mancuso have done just this.
What would happen if you took a nationally-ranked hospital system and school of medicine and combined it with one of the finest engineering programs in the nation? You would get the UNC/North Carolina State University Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, a unique partnership between the two universities that gives students access to a wealth of resources across both campuses.
For most people, talking is a routine part of the day that doesn't require much thought. From answering questions in class to hanging out with friends, speech is nearly effortless. But for 1 percent of the world’s population, this isn't the case.
"If you were going to die tomorrow, what would you talk about tonight?"
When he was 15 years old, Tibor Spitz crawled out of a hand-built shelter and dug into the side of a hill in Slovakia where he had spent the previous seven months hiding from the German army. 73 years later, he walked into the Student Union Auditorium to help ensure that people do not forget the horrors he and other Jewish people endured during the Holocaust.
Along with cooler temperatures and shorter days, the fall season brings runny noses, sneezing and bouts of coughing to campus. The annual flu season is approaching, and Campus Health Services is taking steps to prepare the University for this year’s strain of flu.
Independent science journalist JoAnna Klein engaged the crowd at Wilson Library on Wednesday with a simple question: "Why should you even be listening to me?"
Weaving a story of refugees, her own immigration from Haiti and the world today, activist and author Edwidge Danticat delivered a call for togetherness in the 25th Annual Sonja Haynes Stone Memorial Lecture.
“If we don’t get no justice, you don’t get no peace,” was the chant ringing out from a crowd of protesters on the steps of South Building early Wednesday afternoon. Carrying drums, pots, party favors, whistles and homemade shakers, the protesters were part of the most recent effort to get the University to remove Silent Sam from its spot on McCorkle Place.
First-year business major Callie Mauser had never used a fire extinguisher until her second day of classes at UNC .
A team of UNC Ph.D. candidates won $20,000 and job interviews after a day-long competition on Duke University’s campus on April 21. Yunxiao Liu, Iain Carmichael and John Palowitch — all UNC students — teamed up, along with Yiming Hu, a Ph.D. candidate from Yale University, to compete in a datathon sponsored by Citadel, Citadel Securities and Correlation One.
Chemistry professor Joe DeSimone is currently on leave from UNC to act as CEO at the company he co-founded, Carbon. Carbon uses Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology that DeSimone helped create to improve 3-D printing. This innovation led to a partnership with Adidas, announced April 7, to create its new “Futurecraft 4D” running shoes.
An exhibition of brightly colored kinetic sculptures have popped up around campus, giving students a new way to interact with art.
Parts of campus have been closed off, causing student traffic jams and new routes to classes.