Photo illustration. A UNC student pulls a condom out of his pocket on Rosemary Street.
Midfielder Ela Hazar carries the ball up the field in the game against Boston College on March 25, 2017.
St. Anthony Hall's speaker series features two North Carolina artists: Natasha Powell Walker and Susan Brubaker Knapp.
The Target in Carolina Square opened in July.
The small stone figures of the Founder's Statue found on Upper Quad on UNC's campus provide a base for the table.
North Carolina's historic tobacco industry still carries modern influence.
Fetzer and Navy Field are both undergoing heavy construction this summer.
St. Anthony Hall began as UNC’s first co-ed social fraternity to admit an African-American member.
UNC’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) was brought to campus in March of 1995 after Col. Bill Causey petitioned to make UNC a host program.
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