Creative writing professor Marianne Gingher had long hoped to teach a class about puppetry. Last year, she finally got her chance — and the class will be continued next semester.
From Asheville to Charlotte, UNC law students will be traveling across North Carolina to offer free legal services.
In Beth Grabowski's letterpress class, students work to recreate a centuries-old craft and sell their creations for a cause.
A pair of professors has received a grant for $3.1 million from the National Institute on Aging to research potential cures for Alzheimer’s Disease. To do so, they turned to a subject they both know well — proteins.
Following complaints of over-crowded classes and a lack of resources, the Department of Computer Science is considering an application-based entry process.
As holiday stress is at a high, here's how students suggest staying mentally healthy.
At Monday's Faculty Executive Committee meeting, committee members discussed the effectiveness of online learning, the University's strategic plan and the allegations against concussion research conducted at UNC.
Demolition is underway at Odum Village for 37 buildings of the on-campus graduate student and family apartments, UNC Facilities announced last week.
Though the program is still in an initial planning phase, students graduating as soon as May 2021 may be able to participate.
Kylee Barrera, a student in ARTS 358: Letterpress, carves linoleum for her indulgence project on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.
The UNC-System Presidential Search Committee met Thursday.
The Meantime in the Campus Y will be hosting an open mic night to showcase student artists.
The Del McCoury Band performs at Memorial Hall.
Peter Marin's art is on display at the Horace Williams House.