Student activists are working toward preventing and educating UNC about sexual assault and gender-based violence. With the release of UNC's sexual assault records, here's what's next for these activists.
UNC went remote one week after the first day of classes. Here's what happened in the last two weeks leading up to this decision.
The University released the records of students found responsible for violating UNC's sexual assault policy Thursday, four years after The Daily Tar Heel and other news organizations requested them in 2016. UNC provided a total of 15 records to fulfill the request. Clery Act data shows that since 2007, there have been over 200 reported cases of sex offenses at the University. Here is what the 15 records UNC released mean now that the lawsuit has concluded, what the data shows and what the DTH plans to do next to investigate sexual assault on campus.
"It's a more tangible way to say, ‘I took the time out of my day to send this to you,’ rather than just a text message or something like that."
While they're disappointed that their seasons have been canceled or postponed due to COVID-19, athletes from UNC's club sports teams are finding ways to stay connected and in shape.
The UNC School of Nursing has waived tuition and fees for an accelerated online refresher program that will allow former nurses to return to the field to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNC students will likely be spending the rest of the school year away from the friends they used to see every day. Here's how they're keeping their friendships alive.
Here's what you missed at the Faculty Athletics Committee meeting Thursday.
Forty-five news sources, nearly two centuries of news: Get a glimpse of North Carolina history through Wilson Library's "Papers for the People: A Treasury of North Carolina News Sources”
A week-long trip traveling throughout Europe in the summer sure sounds lovely. But what if you had seven days to travel to Berlin without money or personal phones, and could only use 24 cans of Red Bull as currency? Meet the UNC seniors hoping to participate in the "Red Bull Can You Make It?" competition.