Current and former students of HIST 362: Baseball and American History explain why the class is so popular.
Grammy-winner Bill Ferris will give the commencement address at UNC's winter graduation.
Members of the Faculty Executive Committee met on Monday where they heard from UNC Police Chief David L. Perry.
Two researchers — one from UNC and one from Duke University — recently won funding and support from the Ian's Friends Foundation. With this support, they plan to study a new treatment for childhood brain cancer — one that relies on live tumors.
When senior Jessica Davis posted on Facebook about creating a network of female computer science students, she did not expect to get 19 responses in a day. As it turns out, many other female students in the department have had similar struggles with sexism in the major.
The executive director of the Morehead-Cain Foundation, Chuck Lovelace, is leaving his position at the end of the academic year. Here's how Lovelace feels about his time spent working with the students of the foundation and the impact he's hoping he's made so far.
UNC Health Care has implemented a new system to reduce the risk of transfusion-transmitted infections.
Although UNC has long abandoned its coal free initiative by 2020, the University is now taking certain steps to reduce coal emissions on campus. Community activists, however, are still unsatisfied with the progress the University has made.
Carolina Dining Services is preparing to open a new seating area and new food stations in Chase and roll out a new environmental initiative at Lenoir.
Ayling and Porlides finish their presentation by telling attendees about their demonstration against police brutality on Wednesday.
Viridiana Martinez, founder and director of Alerta Migratoria, a community for North Carolina refugees and immigrants, advises social work students and faculty. Martinez was one of three panelists on the ethics, access, equity and advocacy of serving non-citizens.