First-year guard Jalek Felton is withdrawing from UNC, about a month after his suspension from the University.
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First-year guard Jalek Felton of the North Carolina men's basketball team has been suspended from the university, the team announced on Tuesday morning in a press release.
A female UNC student was assaulted and robbed while walking along Cameron Avenue just before 10 p.m., according to a message from Alert Carolina.
A Saturday night message from Alert Carolina informed students of the death of a resident of Hinton James Residence Hall.
The cost of the University of North Carolina's athletic-academic scandal neared $18 million, spanned more than six years and ultimately raised more questions than it answered — as the NCAA's Friday decision has left some wondering what it means to be a student athlete.
After a years-long investigation and back-and-forth with the NCAA, the organization announced Friday that it could not determine UNC’s 'paper courses' constituted an NCAA violation.
At 10 a.m. this morning, the NCAA will publicly release its report from the Committee on Infractions regarding its decision on UNC’s athletic-academic scandal.
The UNC Board of Trustees said the University does not have the legal authority to remove Silent Sam — after announcements by Gov. Roy Cooper and Chapel Hill mayor Pam Hemminger might have suggested otherwise.
Chapel Hill Police officers are on the scene of a death at Deming Rd.
Patrick Dougherty will begin working on a sculpture made of sticks outside the Ackland.
Protestors are interviewed during a rally at Silent Sam.
Policy in the N.C. General Assembly likely spent a bit more time in the hospitals than you did over your summer vacation.
Following a series of tight election results nationwide, Evan Feinberg, president of Generation Opportunity, and U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, a Republican from Georgia, sat down on Monday to discuss why the Republican Party appeals to youth voters — providing specific analysis of North Carolina's election results.