From asking for the time of a football game to complaining about the construction on the quad, UNC’s witty “yaktivity” is beating out that of other major universities across the country.
The newly opened Chapel Hill Fan Shop offers Tar Heel T-shirts, snacks and the opportunity to buy textbooks back year-round.
The approval of student body vice president, secretary and treasurer appointments and a bill to change student body elections were just a few of the items on the agenda of the last meeting of the 95th Congress on Tuesday night.
With early action admissions decisions hot off the press and regular admissions decisions right around the corner, many high school seniors are wondering if they did enough to earn a spot at one of the best public universities in the country.
When Lauren Friedmann returned to UNC in August, she expected the beginning stages of a new dance minor to be here, too. Friedmann, a senior math and economics major and a member of the Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor, started Carolina Dance Project her freshman year to try to bring a dance minor to UNC.
Students, faculty and state leaders gathered Monday to acknowledge the importance of the proclamation that Gov. Pat McCrory signed last month, declaring November American Indian Heritage Month.
As the number of student journalists continues to grow due to an increasing number of media platforms, UNC journalism faculty are beginning to recognize the need for legal protection.
It has been a full year since former UNC-system President Bill Friday died, but his presence still remains on UNC-CH’s campus.
When members of UNC’s Sierra Student Coalition tried to present to the UNC Board of Trustees about coal divestment last spring, they were unsuccessful.
Tom Terrell was one of the founding members to don the now famous Clef Hangers’ bow tie, vest and the very first button. 35 years later he still has that button and he’s back to emcee the Clef’s spring concert this Saturday night in Carmichael Arena.
Taylor Robinette noticed more and more of his friends complaining about forgetting to sign up for UNC Men’s Basketball ticket lotteries — and he thought he could solve that problem. Robinette, along with Jack Wolhfert, both freshmen business and computer science majors, launched Tuesday what they consider a solution: UNC “Auto Lotto.” Through the Auto Lotto, students can securely enter the UNC email address and their ticket center password, along with paying a $3.95 fee to be automatically entered into every student ticket lottery.
UNC Bucket List is a feature highlighting the 100 things students should attempt before they graduate.
The Nonprofit/Social Service Careers Meet-up, a joint event through the Campus Y and University Career services, provided students with a unique networking opportunity to connect with professionals in the social service and nonprofit sector.