Uncertainty regarding the accuracy of off-campus students’ COVID-19 testing and reporting persists. Carrboro Town Council Member Randee Haven-O’Donnell said she is concerned about the accuracy of off-campus student case reporting. Taylor Steele, a senior at UNC who lives in off-campus apartment complex Chapel Ridge, said she believes there are cases at Chapel Ridge, even though she said she hasn’t received any notification from the apartment complex about testing, reporting or positive cases. Courtney Schnee, the senior vice president and asset manager at Northwood Ravin, said Northwood Ravin has taken several steps to limit the spread of coronavirus at its Chapel Hill properties, including using hospital-grade sanitizing misters and restricting the capacity of amenities such as the pool.
Articles from ProPublica and The New York Times shine light on lab and data security at UNC as it continues to lead the way in COVID-19 research.
The COVID-19-related cancellation wasn’t unpredictable — last week Virginia Tech and other teams across the country had to postpone season openers due to coronavirus clusters — and in some sense, No. 12 UNC’s game against Charlotte being booted from the Tar Heels’ schedule feels almost routine.
The Chapel Hill Police Department's announced Wednesday a new policy that specifically bans chokeholds. This policy change comes after the police department failed to update the policy after a June town council meeting.
"Fellow transfer students: I know a lot of us are feeling discouraged and wondering if this is the right time to be transferring, but we have come this far."
The North Carolina women's soccer team defeated Wake Forest on Thursday night 4-1 in the first game of the season.
UNC-Charlotte has canceled its upcoming football game against UNC-Chapel Hill due to several team members being placed in quarantine.
Members of UNC’s chapter of the environmental honors fraternity Epsilon Eta announced the abolition of the group in an Instagram post on Sept. 2 after former members called out the fraternity for its role in upholding a space rooted in white supremacy. “As a historically exclusive and majority-white institution with semblances of Greek life, we have contributed to the preservation of white supremacy on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus," the post said. The letter and abolition of the group has sparked a conversation among UNC students and within Ep Eta’s own former membership group. “It needs to be the act of abolishing it that shows that we don't support those values,” former Ep Eta member Michael Byrd said.
Meet Mike Ferry, a 42-year-old UNC alumnus and fiddler.
Students and professors alike are embracing their pets as a source of humor and love amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many students are experiencing more free time than usual during the COVID-19 pandemic. With this spare time, they are able to reflect upon their most cherished memories from before isolation.
The NCAA announced on Wednesday that college basketball would start on Nov. 25, with a reduced number of games for the upcoming season.
With most classes online, UNC ITS Desk is still helping students resolve computer issues that arise this fall.
Advocates reflect on the North Carolina General Assembly passing the Second Chance Act, which makes it easier for people with non-violent felonies to get their records expunged.
The November election is coming up, so The Daily Tar Heel is breaking down every state and local office on the ballot from governor to county commissioner. Here we broke down who the candidates are for N.C. commissioner of labor.
Does the latest scientific discovery point to aliens on Venus? Columnist Rajee Ganesan explains.
UNC students, along with other college students around the nation, are raving about the new tasty collaboration between McDonald's and Travis Scott.
Several parks facilities in Orange County, including playgrounds, are opening up under phase 2.5 of Gov. Cooper's executive order.