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Over the course of the year, there have been many developments in major lawsuits filed against the University. The cases involving Title IX, the North Carolina Open Meetings Law, the Clean Air Act and affirmative action all received rulings or settlements.
The UNC Mental Health Summit brought together faculty, staff and student leaders Monday to discuss mental health on campus, with specific sessions focused on campus culture.
In light of recent events, The Daily Tar Heel has compiled resources both on and off campus that provide therapy and other mental health services for students, with information on their policies and the options they provide.
The UNC Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution which would amend and restate the current delegations of authority between the BOT, Board of Governors and University administration at a special meeting Thursday.
Ramona Denby-Brinson still clearly remembers the day she decided to pursue a career in academia.
CLARIFICATION: This article has been updated to add additional context about the Barbee Cemetery Project.
When the UNC athletic department announced on Thursday that men’s basketball head coach Roy Williams would be retiring, many students thought it was an April Fools' Day joke.
When UNC senior Michele Metzger left campus for spring break last March, she expected to return a little over a week later and continue the rehearsal process for the play she was producing for Kenan Theatre Company.
“Remy, the Ratatouille, the rat of all our dreams. I praise you, my Ratatouille, may the world remember your name.”
Christmas is not canceled, and neither is Triangle Performance Ensemble’s annual production of "Black Nativity Durham."
Two of the pieces included in the Meet The Moment art walk, a public art show on Franklin Street, were stolen last Wednesday.
Anyone on Rosemary Street is likely to hear the rush of cars going by, the clang of doors while patrons enter and exit restaurants, and people chatting on the sidewalk. But this year, there's a new sound — music from a trombone wafting into the evening from the parking garage on the corner of Rosemary and Columbia streets.
When 2020 UNC alumnus Gage Tarlton and actress, director and activist Sis met last summer while they were both working at the Kennedy Center, they didn't anticipate that their upcoming project would be a virtual play that was written in only 10 days.
Food insecurity affects nearly 20,000 residents of Orange County — and with the COVID-19 pandemic, it's become even more difficult for senior residents to access the resources they need.
Carolina Performing Arts announced last Monday that it would be canceling in-person performances for its fall season. Instead, the organization is launching nontraditional programs to engage its audience.
Here’s everything you need to know about who represents Orange County in state and national government.
Following nationwide protests against police brutality and calls by activists for police reform, the idea of defunding the police has begun to receive mainstream attention, leading cities across the country to reevaluate their police budgets.
Last week, Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a bill passed by the General Assembly that would have allowed bars in North Carolina to reopen. However, some businesses that are self-described as bars are opening up.
Mayors across Orange County and North Carolina are responding with statements examining systemic racism in their own communities in light of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers and the resulting nationwide protests against systemic racism and police brutality.
WINSTON-SALEM — Over 1000 protesters marched peacefully from Winston-Salem City Hall to Winston Square Park this Saturday, the largest crowd of protesters to march through the city in eight days of protests.