The November election is coming up, so The Daily Tar Heel is breaking down every state and local office on the ballot, from governor to county commissioner. Here, we examined the candidates for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
As UNC transitions online and on-campus students leave their dorms, local restaurants are bracing for the effects of a de-densifying campus.
The Orange County Board of Elections is encouraging students to request absentee ballots early for the general election on Nov. 3.
At the Orange County Board of Education's July 20 special meeting, board members discussed their phased reentry plan and Virtual Academy for the new school year.
With a higher risk of illness and coronavirus cases still on the rise, many of North Carolina's senior residents are still stuck at home, sometimes without the technology that could help keep them connected with friends, family — and their health care provider. Here's how one UNC student is working to remedy that.
“Really my hope is that people receive the information they need to take care of themselves,” Pilar Rocha-Goldberg, the CEO and president of El Centro Hispano, said. “We also want people to let us know what their concerns, fears and struggles are so that we can really support the community during this time.”
Figuring out how to navigate college as a freshman is a daunting task, and if finding a job is on the agenda, the search can be difficult. Here are some off-campus jobs some UNC students have enjoyed.
Although students in both Orange County school districts have been away from their physical classrooms for months, the NCDPI-sponsored Summer Jump Start, a program made possible by CARES Act funding, is helping some students bridge the COVID-19 gap.
At their June 16 meeting, members of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners passed their fiscal year 2020-2021 budget and heard a special presentation from Sheriff Charles Blackwood on equity measures in policing.
As Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School students move into the summer break and the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect families' economic situations, the school district and community partners will continue to feed students under the Food for Students program.