Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Winston Crisp has had a career at UNC for 26 years. Here's a timeline of some notable moments in his career.
After 26 years at UNC, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Winston Crisp will retire later this month.
Kenan Sr.'s son, William R. Kenan Jr. was the donor who made the gift, and the University is working with its History Task Force established in 2015 to focus on him instead of his father, who the gift was made in honor of, according to a statement released by Chancellor Carol Folt.
Hillsborough police released a statement on Friday saying that two individuals were arrested on Aug. 30 for possession of an explosive device.
New U.S. State Department travel warnings have prompted colleges and universities to revise their international risk assessment policies, which has brought into question what these institutions do for students who are in areas of conflict while abroad.
The repeal of net neutrality could lead to content discrimination, even for some UNC students.
In Hickory, there were four opioid-related fatal overdoses last year. With a population estimate of 40,274, this number seems small, especially considering larger cities in the state like Wilmington, which had 32 opioid-related deaths last year.
The University of North Carolina System is launching a new logo and idenity, along with two new initiatives.
The potential partnership between UNC Health Care and Carolinas HealthCare System has prompted skepticism from a UNC Board of Governors member over the legality of the merge.
In the past five years, the UNC-Chapel Hill Police Department has used two confidential informants to assist with investigations.