With steep rents, high property taxes and stiff competition among shops and restaurants, running a successful business on Franklin Street was difficult enough before the COVID-19 outbreak. Now, local owners are working to survive an economic shock unlike anything they’ve seen.
Just go ahead and ditch your entire high school personality. She was insecure and awkward. Welcome to college. You’re insecure and hot now.
There was the flurry of content warnings and the personal arguments playing out in the comments section, and the "outright demands" for emotional labor from people of color. There was the post about one user’s obese cat and another about being too pretty to make any friends. Babes Who Blade, a Facebook group, started as a joke in 2017 and became an encyclopedia of advice and online discussion for its nearly 8,000 members, most of them UNC students. Eventually, it was packed with problematic posts, outrageous questions and devolved into chaos. But at the end of it all, the final blow for Babes Who Blade was one rule, one word and a few hours worth of comments.
UNC Police is investigating a report of shots fired between two moving vehicles along South Road just before 7:00 p.m. Sunday, according to a campus-wide Alert Carolina email sent Sunday evening.
After a four-year fight for records of the University's sexual assault disciplinary proceedings, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled Friday that UNC will be required to release the names of individuals found responsible for rape, sexual assault or related acts of sexual misconduct. The DTH Media Corporation first filed the lawsuit against UNC in a coalition with three other N.C. media companies in the fall of 2016, claiming the University had violated North Carolina public records law by refusing to release the names, offenses and disciplinary actions for students or faculty found responsible for sexual misconduct.
"Sometimes you just need to get in your feelings, and then listen to sad, angsty music to make all of those feelings worse and more intense."
UNC Police is investigating a series of on-campus burglaries to Rams Village 5 and Rams Village 2 residence halls, according to an Alert Carolina email sent Monday.
Current City & State editor Anna Pogarcic will serve as The Daily Tar Heel's editor-in-chief for the 2020-2021 school year. Pogarcic was selected from a pool of two candidates by a committee that included students, faculty, community members and newsroom staff.
We spoke with Dr. Myron Cohen, who has worked with infectious diseases for decades, about what this pandemic is and what it means for you.
The UNC athletics department will suspend all athletic activities — including competition, practices, recruiting and participation in NCAA championships — until further notice, according to an announcement from the department Thursday afternoon.
An empty Boshamer Stadium as pictured on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
A stack of books from the Chapel Hill Public Library on Thursday, May 14, 2020. The Library has since decided that it will not be reopening in Phase One of North Carolina's COVID-19 recovery plan.
Speaker Stephen Wright and Senator Sosa Evbuomwan take a role call vote during the Undergraduate Senate’s March 26 meeting.
Signs taped to the base of Silent Sam in January 2018 reproached University administrators for their actions regarding the Confederate memorial.
Chancellor Carol Folt and university officials speak to members of the press following the UNC Board of Trustee’s Dec. 3 meeting, where the board announced its proposal for the future of Silent Sam, at Carolina Inn.
Members of the UNC Board of Trustees gather before the reconvening of the open session of the board’s Dec. 3 meeting, where Chancellor Folt set forth the board’s proposal for the future of Silent Sam.
Jonathan Weisman, deputy Washington editor and congress editor at The New York Times, spoke with UNC School of Media and Journalism professor Ryan Thornburg about growing up Jewish in Atlanta, the current state of the press and the rise of bigotry in the United States on Monday.
Jennifer Ho is a professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literature.
Jessie Huang is the president of the Asian Students Association.