On Monday morning, Chancellor Folt and the Board of Trustees officially made their recommendation to the Board of Governors about where to house Silent Sam, the heavily debated Confederate statue that was toppled in August.
Many campus groups and groups around the state are hosting events to celebrate American Indian Heritage Month.
It's not over 'til it's over... and today, it's over! Staff writer Casey Quam spoke to students in the Pit about their voting experience at UNC this year, and marks an end to the voting madness on campus.
Students come and go, but the traditions haven't changed all that much. UNC students knew how to do Halloween justice in the 80s.
The Office of the University Registrar and its partner offices have extended deadlines to drop classes or declare classes pass/fail due to Hurricanes Florence and Michael.
Two Israeli reservists spoke at UNC about their experiences in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Two university professors recently published a new book about the important issues in higher education after some have called for updated literature on education as it is today.
A group of UNC students are part of a group working to create an ultra-durable phone charger.
The staff and advisory board of UNC Libraries do not want Silent Sam to be relocated to any University library, fearing that the monument's presence would alter the space's learning environments.
“The field of neuroscience became of increasing interest to our undergraduate students, and the current demand for a neuroscience major is very high,” said Kelly Giovanello of the Psychology and Neuroscience Department.