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Jack the Ripper. Scarface. The Bling Ring. Throughout history, we’ve given nicknames to criminals who have captured the public’s attention. So how is it that, after at least 10 incidents of fecal matter getting smeared in the second floor bathroom in Winston Residence Hall, we still haven’t given a moniker to the fiend behind it?
The full Undergraduate Senate met Tuesday to discuss several issues. Here’s what you need to know:
If you're a student who receives Pell Grants or is involved with research, you should pay attention during the next two years.
When Chelsea Clinton came to Carrboro to campaign for Hillary Clinton in 2016, Mayor Lydia Lavelle knew she wanted to give her a gift from the town. Lavelle's wife, Alicia Stemper, ran into Cameron’s, a gift gallery on East Main Street, and was quickly given a Carrboro t-shirt among other items without even paying.
With the passage of Chapel Hill's new affordable housing bond, the Town is aiming to increase housing options and create a more affordable, welcoming city. However, there’s still a ways to go before the effects of the bond are seen.
If head coach Sylvia Hatchell could have her way, she would want every game to be fast-paced. When the tempo ramps up, the other team falls right into the hands of the North Carolina women's basketball team's game plan.
The North Carolina women's basketball team (3-0) handed VCU (2-1) its first loss of the season on Wednesday with a second-half defensive performance that saw the Rams go scoreless for more than 10 minutes. UNC won the game, 59-47.
A number of former North Carolina football players have impressed through 10 weeks of the NFL season. A common theme with the consistent Tar Heel graduates is that many of them were taken in the first two rounds of the NFL Draft. Most recently, Eric Ebron and Mitch Trubisky have started fulfilling their expectations as top draft picks.
Fifty-eight years after the beginning of the modern Civil Rights Movement in Chapel Hill, the Town Council accepted a proposal to commemorate the event and figures who played a key role in the first Chapel Hill sit-in.
I rarely write movie reviews, but there comes a time when one mediocre movie blows up and consequently threatens the integrity of the entire filmverse. This is such a time, and “A Star Is Born” is such a movie.
Virginia Tanner remembers going to kindergarten career day wearing a white lab coat and carrying around a little medical bag. She recalls being fascinated by human skeletal and muscular systems during middle school anatomy lessons. By her first year of high school, Tanner was already volunteering at her local hospital.
This upcoming spring semester, the Department of Music at UNC is offering students the opportunity to act, sing and perform all for class credit.
The North Carolina women’s basketball team has started the year 2-0 and hopes to return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 2014-2015 season. With that in mind, here are some numbers to know for the Tar Heels.
On a night early in the season when four North Carolina men’s basketball players had double-digit point totals and 10 of 16 players scored, Roy Williams wasn’t too concerned with the offense.
Believe it or not, Roy Williams was not happy about much following No. 7 North Carolina’s 90-72 win over Stanford Monday night in the home opener at the Smith Center. The Tar Heel head coach was not a fan of his team’s defense or the way his offense responded to second-half adjustments by the Cardinal.
After handling business in a pair of road non-conference games to start the season, No. 7 North Carolina improved to a 3-0 with a 90-72 victory against Stanford in its home opener at the Smith Center Monday night.
A vigil memorializing victims of white supremacy from the Holocaust to the present day continued undeterred at the Peace and Justice Plaza on Saturday, Nov. 10, despite disruptions.
On Friday, professors, community members and artists of all kinds gathered at Ackland Art Museum. They were there to discuss the future of public art at UNC in the aftermath of Silent Sam being torn down.
November is American Indian Heritage Month, and several campus groups are hosting events throughout the month to celebrate.
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