Women and people of color have been key contributors to American innovation, but their stories are often untold.
Jacob Tobia wanted to be Pocahontas at 7 years old for Halloween after seeing the movie.
Chancellor and Chapel Hill mayor encourage students to vote early, vote often and get your voice heard
Before they voted publicly at Chapel of the Cross Thursday, Chancellor Carol Folt, Mayor Pam Hemminger and student government representative Wilson Sink talked about why going to the polls is so important.
UNC students and faculty have been living in a heightened political climate lately due to the election in November, spurring debate about how politics should — or should not — be discussed in the classroom.
UNC’s National Pan-Hellenic Council has narrowed in on a proposal for plots representing the organizations on campus.
The Faculty Council and General Faculty met Friday afternoon to discuss various issues across campus. What happened? The meeting lasted two hours and was broken down into seven main topics of discussion.
Nearly six months after the North Carolina General Assembly passed House Bill 2, a federal court has ruled UNC cannot enforce parts of the controversial bill that limit bathroom use on campus.
Computer science professor Ron Alterovitz is using robots to solve problems in health care.