UNC Dance Marathon is getting an identity makeover.
Starting this spring semester, classes meeting Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will be held 15 minutes apart as opposed to the current 10-minute interval to help students and faculty make it to consecutive classes on time.
As student loan debt skyrockets, support is growing nationwide for legislation that allows students to refinance loans to ease their financial burden.
The fall chill and scattered rain did not stop volunteers from redoing the landscaping in front of Yogurt Pump on West Franklin Street Sunday.
If a man in a hot dog costume is scarfing down a dozen doughnuts at the Old Well on Saturday morning, do not be alarmed — he is probably participating in the Dozen Doughnut Dash.
A lecture hall full of economics students was exposed to a different type of curve during Thursday’s class.
Travis St. Brice began to choke up.
The newest member of UNC’s Panhellenic Council — Alpha Phi sorority — will begin making its presence known on campus within the next few months.
Students made cards, attended a lecture and released pink balloons into the sky all in the name of breast cancer awareness among minorities.
After the student health fee was cut by 4 percent this academic year, Winston Crisp spent the summer finding new ways to keep programming — like Interactive Theatre Carolina and sexual health services — the same at Campus Health Services.
Playboy Magazine’s October edition included a “Girls of the ACC” section, featuring UNC senior Brittany Leppert, a drama major. Leppert took the year off from school for financial reasons and she plans to return in the 2015-16 academic year.
Members of Student Congress had tough decisions to make Tuesday as student clubs came before the Finance Committee asking for everything from money for flights to fishing rods.
Potential renovations to UNC’s recreation facilities might be making a splash on campus in 2015.
UNC’s two major political student groups sparred in a debate on Monday, defending the respective positions of U.S. Senate candidates Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis.
The UNC Asian Students Association filled the Pit with yellow ribbons and umbrellas Monday in support of the current protests in Hong Kong calling for democracy.
For senior Lauren Kangas, Breast Cancer Awareness Month hits close to home.
The UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health will host students from across the country this weekend for the first American Mock World Health Organization conference