Male professors teaching male students from textbooks written by men — this is largely what UNC looked like for over 150 years, before the establishment of what is now the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies.
The terrorist attack in Paris in 2015 is still a strong memory for Bob Miles, associate dean of study abroad and international exchanges.
Students gathered on the steps of the South Building Wednesday to express their emotions after Donald Trump’s election.
Florence Fearrington, a 1958 UNC graduate and a rare book collector, gave the largest single gift UNC Libraries has ever received.
Administrators will have the chance to listen to the stories of sexual assault survivors on campus.
When the Board of Trustees met in committees Wednesday, University Affairs chairperson Chuck Duckett opened his committee’s meeting by speaking on a personal issue.
Plans for the spring Jubilee concert are underway, with a music genre survey currently available and no fall Homecoming concert to compete for funding.
Chapel Hill police officers, UNC administrators and students met to discuss police brutality Tuesday.
A new intramural sport unites local Special Olympic athletes and UNC students. Sport Programs Coordinator Tori Hooker and Assistant Director of Sport Programs Justin Ford worked with UNC’s Special Olympics College chapter to bring about Unified Flag Football.
A new campus safety app allows students to anonymously report tips to DPS. LiveSafe, a student-initiated safety app, went public on Thursday. LiveSafe allows users to report tips on incidents from traffic accidents and self-harm, to drug abuse and assault.