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As I sat on the grounds of my beloved university, listening to anti-racist heroes share personal stories of institutional racism and police brutality on campus, I noticed dozens of students walking past, not caring enough to stop and listen. I overheard people behind me loudly discussing LDOC and the impending stress of finals as Tamia Sanders, co-chairperson of UNC Black Congress, nearly broke down in tears while speaking about the emotional weight of being a Black student on campus.
Seven former and current employees of The Honeysuckle Tea House in Chapel Hill and The Honeysuckle Cafe & Bar in Carrboro, four of whom asked to remain anonymous due to fear of repercussions, are speaking out about what they describe as mistreatment at work.
Graduating seniors will be taking their final steps as students in their Carolina Blue cap and gowns and some with a dash of lavender.
Gender pay inequity among UNC’s faculty has gained significant attention in recent months.
On Thursday, the Orange County District Court came to a legal decision on the four suspects who were accused of toppling Silent Sam.
My life was forever changed on a cold winter’s day in January 2015. I had just gotten home from swim practice and checked my phone as I walked through the back door. After setting my bags down, I opened Facebook and saw that three of my friends from high school were posting about getting into the University of North Carolina.
The Town of Carrboro could be seeing another term from Aldermen member Damon Seils this local election season.
Rachel Raper, the Orange County director of elections, has a wish for the Easter Bunny – but it’s not chocolate.
If you read our print product or our daily newsletter, you’ve probably noticed we include a quote on each one. They’re random and aren’t usually meaningful, deep or profound. They’re often just a lyric from a song we’ve been listening to in the office that day.
Women at UNC are doing what they can to create positive change in sub-saharan Africa's Eritrea.
Seventh Woods will transfer from North Carolina, the rising senior guard announced on his Instagram on Thursday afternoon.
It was a whirlwind week in the world of North Carolina men's basketball. But as incoming first-year Armando Bacot proclaimed on Twitter, the Tar Heels might not be done yet.
In its fifth game in four days, the North Carolina softball team (31-15, 15-6) powered past UNC-Greensboro (25-19, 9-4) 6-2 in what head coach Donna Papa saw as a revenge game. After losing to the Spartans last season, the Tar Heels overcame a 2-0 deficit to avoid another upset at the hands of their in-state foe.
This column was a massive undertaking for me.
A sea of demonstrators on the stairs of Wilson Library, chanting and sporting signs expressing their dissatisfaction with UNC Police is the sight that met students who walked through Polk Place Wednesday afternoon.
Tai Huynh, a junior computer science major and Morehead-Cain scholar at UNC, is running for Chapel Hill Town Council this fall.
We all know the massive impact the digital era brought to the world – or at least we thought we did.
"Zara," a one-person show written and performed by Andrew Aghapour, combines stand-up comedy with academia at the Chapel Hill Public Library on May 1.
Spring Dance Romance, a dancing event focused on contra dancing, hopes to bring the community together with their social dancing event that runs April 26 through 28 at Northside Elementary School.
Posters filled the Blue Zone at Kenan Stadium as the University community came together on Wednesday to participate in the 20th annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research.