Dr. Bill Roper, dean of UNC’s School of Medicine, and his wife, Maryann, have watched every season of the beloved TV series The West Wing.
Student Body President Christy Lambden signed a bill Thursday that makes the new position of Director of State and External Relations permanent. However, following a unanimous vote by Student Congress to pass the bill Tuesday, not all members were satisfied.
After more than a year of collaboration and development, several UNC departments have introduced the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative — a program that could potentially change the way students study the humanities.
Six years ago, 16 food manufacturers pledged to cut one trillion calories from the marketplace by 2012, and a total of 1.5 trillion calories by 2015 — and UNC researchers were enlisted to ensure that they met their goal.
Members, alumni and friends of Boy Scout Troop 845, which serves Chapel Hill and Carrboro, will embark Monday on a 10-week, 3,700-mile cycling challenge for a cause.
When Michael Wilson and Casey McCormick first began searching for public health internships, they both knew they wanted to go abroad.
Students can now buy shot glasses shaped like syringes and prescription bottles at the Urban Outfitters store in Southpoint Mall in Durham.
After finishing his junior year at UNC, Kelvin Anthony returned last week to his hometown of West, Texas — only to find it completely different from the town in which he grew up.
When Diane Hayes approached Laura Rozo a few weeks ago about holding a memorial service in her honor, Rozo responded, “OK, but no tears.”
On the average weekday, many students tackle their homework in campus libraries or coffee shops on Franklin Street. But Maxwell Keith is not like most UNC students. An assistant air operations officer in the Navy, Keith does the majority of his homework on an aircraft carrier in the Atlantic.
When UNC senior Britney Smith walked to the Old Well on the first day of class to meet Sean Tapley, the last thing she expected was to see her boyfriend of three years wearing a suit. Encouraged by the cheers of their friends and members of the UNC community, Tapley, a wide receiver for the football team, knelt down on one knee and proposed at the same place where they first met.