UNC's junior forward Garrison Brooks (15) dunks the ball during a game against Gardner-Webb on Friday, Nov. 15, 2019.

Garrison Brooks' 20 points lead the way for UNC in 76-67 win over Alabama

The No. 6 North Carolina men's basketball team (5-0) knocked off Alabama (2-3) in its first game of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas on Wednesday, 76-67. Junior forward Garrison Brooks had a team-high 20 points and seven rebounds, while first-year guard Cole Anthony added 13 points.


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Waitlists and frustrations grow as UNC's computer science department tries to keep up

Student participation in the computer science department at UNC has skyrocketed over the last decade, but issues have emerged from the department's inability to accommodate its newfound demand. While the number of declared or intended computer science majors has increased by more than tenfold since fall 2009, the department's faculty total has risen only 8.2 percent over the same time period.  While the University recently extended a hint of incoming relief, the expectation remains that class cuts, reduced enrollment availability and other restrictive measures will make life increasingly difficult for computer science majors.

UNC field hockey players come together in celebration after their second goal against Princeton University at the NCAA Championship Game at Kentner Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019. UNC won 6-1, marking their 8th national championship.

'The new best day of my life': UNC field hockey completes another perfect season

When this one was over, they ran: to their coaches, to their teammates, to parents and siblings and fans alike. They ran to whoever they could find, really, to celebrate a second straight season of literal perfection — one that ended with a 6-1 win over Princeton in the NCAA championship Sunday for the dynastic program that is North Carolina field hockey. And take it from the players themselves: all this pomp and circumstance? The rushing of the field, the tears, the hugs, the pure joy of the moment? It doesn’t get old.