Chicana writer Cherríe Moraga’s “Native Country of the Heart: If We Forget Ourselves, Who Will Be Left to Remember Us?” paints a portrait of her mother's life.
Grad students are what make so much of what happens at Carolina possible! Make sure to show some gratitude for your TA's, research mentors and lab instructors because it's Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week!
The exhibit will also include a UNC professor's Grammy-winning album and multiple rare books and artifacts.
A team led by members of UNC Surgery conducted an anonymous online survey that asked recipients to identify whether or not they had experienced sexual harassment within the past year.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the strikes, University Libraries has curated a special exhibit titled “Service, Not Servitude: The 1969 Food Workers’ Strikes at UNC-Chapel Hill.”
Students at the School of Media and Journalism conducted a study into gender inequality in the field of political tech and presented it in Washington, D.C.
If you remember when CDS renamed Chase Dining Hall, a lecture held on Tuesday explains why.
We talked to some UNC students who said they weren't surprised by the controversial email due to Duke's past scandals and their own experiences with the university.
January's Board of Governors meeting was held on Thursday. The meeting focused on topics such as the creation of new degrees, the Employee Engagement Survey and the search for new chancellors. More BOG committee meetings are scheduled for Friday.
Staff writer Arabella Saunders asked UNC students what they thought about Chancellor Carol Folt stepping down from her position and what it means for the University.