After surveying his students and finding out what they have been dealing with since UNC announced the closing of its campus, one professor updated his syllabus to let students know that they are not alone.
Years later, here's a look back at how the athletic-academic scandal and how it affected the University.
Against Michigan, Armando Bacot went three for ten from the field and played just 22 minutes. On Friday, though, it was the young forward who led UNC to a 78-74 victory over Oregon in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament.`
Exactly one year after an 84-67 loss, the No. 6 North Carolina men’s basketball team again fell to the Wolverines, 73-64, on Thursday in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament.
Undistracted by sandy white beaches and crystal clear waters, the No. 6 North Carolina men's basketball team welcomed back senior guard Brandon Robinson and rolled over Alabama in a 76-67 win to open the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas on Wednesday.
A documentary released by The Athletic in early October, based on a paper co-authored by Ted Tatos and Don Comrie, called into question the UNC Matthew Gfeller Center Sports-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center — co-directed by interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz. Since then, researchers, faculty and more have reacted to these accusations.
Professor Robert Allen and the Community Histories Workshop team have combed through years of historical documents about the Dorothea Dix hospital. The records span over a century of treatment, and include patients such as Anna Cameron of the locally known Cameron family.
For some students, fostering dogs is a way to help animals while also benefiting from time spent with them. Here's how UNC students foster dogs and why they think the experience is meaningful.
Female Quotient, a company dedicated to promoting gender equality and female empowerment in the workplace, is bringing its distinctive lounges to college campuses — including UNC.
The Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting is coming to the UNC School of Media and Journalism to highlight diversity in the journalism field, which is often white-dominated. This program, started by three veteran journalists, aims to hold its first workshop in November. All media and journalism students are welcome and encouraged to attend.
At Tuesday's Humanities in Action lecture, two UNC professors explained why ancient languages are important to preserve and how linguistics impact students' everyday lives.
Professor Charles Kurzman lecturing on the few Muslims that are part of terrorist groups. This lecture was part of the Humanities in Action series put on by Carolina Public Humanities.