9/8/2015 12:46am

Pope forgives abortions during holy year

Pope Francis has announced an arbitrary Holy Year and granted priests worldwide the authority to absolve sins of abortion — but many U.S. and Canadian Catholic churches already maintain the practice.

9/2/2015 11:57pm

Q&A with UNC professor Gerald Cecil

On Friday, six participants of a NASA-funded isolation study entered a dome enclosure, where they will live together as part of a psychological experiment about group cohesion.

8/10/2015 7:03pm

Professor Altha Cravey's third-floor office window displays a sign reading "Hurston" in the recently renamed Carolina Hall.

UNC administrators working to change signs policy

After geography professor Altha Cravey was asked to take down a “Hurston Hall” sign in her office in the newly renamed Carolina Hall Friday due to a strict policy regarding signs, administrators are examining that policy.

4/16/2015 12:14am

Adjunct faculty push for fair pay

There are the familiar faces of the worker’s rights movement: fast-food workers, health care workers, farmers. And there are the unexpected ones: university professors.