Screams echoed through McCorkle Place as hundreds of girls sprinted into each other’s arms.
When Senior Abigail Owens and members of Student Action with Workers presented UNC-system President Tom Ross with a letter asking for a meeting Tuesday, she said the University could do a better job of upholding its motto.
International students who come to Chapel Hill are as excited to come as UNC students are to go abroad.
The list of what Student Congress cannot pay for is short: no firearms, no T-shirts, no lobbying and no food.
A Tuesday evening memorial for late Irish poet and Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney brought together two places — one that’s known for its 40 shades of green and another that’s hooked on just one shade of blue; one that raised a Nobel Prize-winning poet and another that now houses much of his poetic legacy.
Students with classes in Greenlaw Hall were greeted with a large hole in front of the building Tuesday morning thanks to a water main break that occurred on Sunday evening.
Student-athletes have made up more than 20 percent of the total enrollment in the University’s stagecraft class since 2006 — in some cases, making up more than 50 percent of the class.
A final push to save Appalachian State University’s on-campus early voting site was denied at the end of August — ensuring students will have to make a 20-minute trek to an off-campus site during November’s midterm elections.
From asking for the time of a football game to complaining about the construction on the quad, UNC’s witty “yaktivity” is beating out that of other major universities across the country.
The athletic department has drawn criticism for some of its athletes’ illiteracy and inability to perform in the classroom since January.
Freshman Jessica Hu was late to Fall Fest. Her flight was delayed - an unusual problem for a student from Raleigh.
The One Card Plus, a staple for many UNC students, is getting a face-lift — plus one security feature.
Freshmen who are still figuring out their schedules for the semester will have only until the end of today to do so.
Students living in dorm rooms with empty beds might be getting unexpected roommates this weekend.
It takes focus and dedication to be a great swimmer, and Katie Ford said drawing demands a similar skill set.
Despite the national uproar surrounding recent events in Ferguson, Mo., a dialogue on the topic Tuesday struck a reflective tone.
As homecoming, headlined by artists Gloriana and Earl Sweatshirt, approaches, Arts & Culture Editor Erin Wygant stopped students on campus to ask — "How do you feel about homecoming?"
After one week of classes, students were asked: what conversation are you sick of having?
ArtHeels is a student organization at UNC that promotes healing through an underrated form of therapy?art.