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.
For most people, a three-year job as a Starbucks barista would simply serve as material for the “experience” portion of their LinkedIn profile. But for senior Jacklyn Googins, this experience inspired a new opportunity for inclusion on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus – Best Buddies Brews.
“Everyone can join together and have fun because that’s what it’s about, having fun. That's why we have these events for people, so everyone can have fun."
The history department felt global and historical context would help faculty members, students and members of the local community understand the Silent Sam situation better.
The third floor of Davis Library officially reopened Wednesday morning, concluding much of the building's infrastructure project.
As the opioid epidemic in North Carolina worsens, UNC's Injury Prevention Research Center hopes a recent $2 million research grant will help evaluate potential solutions.
Only eight miles separates the UNC and Duke rivalry, and some community initiatives between the universities are just as close. Despite fierce competition, this UNC-Duke collaboration allows both shades of blue to give back.