When writing a paper about an anonymous 17th century poem, sophomore Grace Towery had no idea her assignment would lead to being published in the Notes and Queries Journal in the Oxford University Press.
In her keynote speech, award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien challenged the audience to draw upon Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and apply it to obstacles they face today.
On the steps of South Building Wednesday, senior Danielle Balderas demanded UNC do more for undocumented students.
After Donald Trump won the presidential election Wednesday, international students at UNC have had serious worries.
While Halloween is supposed to be a fun event, Monday proved to be the opposite for some residents of Morrison Residence Hall.
Latinx students and faculty have spent the last eight years fighting for a physical center on the UNC campus.
While Hurricane Matthew swept across North Carolina, UNC campuses had to find ways to keep students safe.
Reyna Grande shared her story of the many physical and metaphorical borders she has crossed in her life — including the US/Mexico border.
Over the past four years, students have worked under the guidance of Tom Linden, professor of medical journalism and director of the Medical and Science Journalism Master’s Program, to compile stories of North Carolina’s state parks into a documentary.
A new initiative on campus aims to help students engage with the humanities and emphasizes the benefits of a liberal arts education.