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On Sept. 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the document that formed the legal backbone of the United States of America. Two hundred and thirty-two years after its signing, UNC law students and professors gathered in the rotunda of the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library to celebrate the Constitution and its continued importance in an annual Constitution Day event put on by the UNC School of Law.
DURHAM, N.C. – The North Carolina men’s golf team placed seventh of 13 teams with an 8-over-par performance at the 2019 Rod Myers Invitational in Durham this weekend.
The North Carolina football team will face an unfamiliar foe in Appalachian State on Saturday, a team the Tar Heels have only played one time in their history. (In 1940, UNC throttled App State, 56-6.)
Hello UNC-Chapel Hill!
As reported in your article on the Program for Public Discourse's "seed money donor," Dean Chris Clemens feels aggrieved. Officers of the AAUP, he claims, have been unfair to him. “I sent an email [about the donors] to be transparent for members of AAUP, and they’ve been pretending not to know this to create a narrative.”
Administrators at UNC-Chapel Hill have been developing a program in “Civic Virtue and Civil Discourse,” recently renamed the “Program for Public Discourse,” whose initiative came from UNC’s Board of Governors.
Scandinavian countries aren’t socialist, they are social democracies, and there is a huge difference. Calling it socialist is a scare tactic that helps the rich hold power over the middle class.
Editor's note: This column discusses sensitive topics such as sexual assault.
Orange County resident Robert Hall Jr. is challenging a county ruling that a large Confederate flag he raised on his property along Highway 70 violates a new flag ordinance.
New silver pom poms, uniforms and bedazzled rhinestone shoes are just a few of the eye-catching differences to the newly rebranded UNC-Chapel Hill dance team — the Carolina Girls.
When I told my mother that I would be writing a column about sex and sexuality, she asked me to write under a pseudonym. My sister said I, “brought shame upon our family” (weird wording for a seventeen-year-old, right?) My roommate, on the other hand, responded excitedly, “I’m going to be living with Carrie Bradshaw!” Well, as much as I’d like to have the "Sex and the City" star’s shoe collection (which rivals that of Brandon Huffman), I decided to write about sex to expand the conversation Carrie began twenty years ago.
Carolina Dining Services has created a new sustainability initiative to contribute to responsible waste practices across campus.
Rev. Robert Campbell beams with pride whenever he talks about the Rogers Road Community Center. The center is designed with constant usage in mind — large rooms provide space for the host of programs offered within its walls.
"The Giving Tree," "Where the Wild Things Are," "Winnie the Pooh" — all of these childhood classics were not always universally cherished. They were once considered controversial and contentious and were banned as a result. But from now until Sept. 29, the Chapel Hill Public Library, Chapel Hill Community Arts and Culture and Arts Everywhere are bringing together local artists to raise awareness of censorship with Banned Books Pop-Up Gallery.
Republicans in North Carolina have usurped democracy once again.
The North Carolina football team's 24-18 loss to Wake Forest on Friday was nothing if a recalibration of expectations. After a thrilling home win over Miami, the Tar Heels were 2-0 for the first time since 2014. Fans streaming out of Kenan Memorial Stadium — who perhaps had a few too many White Claws, thanks to a new stadium alcohol policy — started that most predictable of chants:
“Hey man, can I hit your Juul?”
The Highwomen released their debut album on September 6.
The No. 1 UNC field hockey team dominated in their home game against William & Mary, beating the Tribe 8-0 on Sunday’s afternoon matchup, maintaining their undefeated record and setting a 28-game winning streak.
The North Carolina volleyball team fell to Michigan State in three straight sets on Sunday in East Lansing, Michigan, marking UNC’s third loss in a row this season.