A Christian, a Jew and a Muslim together sounds like the start of a punch line, but members of these three faiths are coming together on campus to combat stereotypes though humor. At 8 p.m.
A Ph.D. and a battery-operated microphone are the only weapons Jeannie Loeb has when facing the 300-plus students in Psychology 101.
On Monday, the first formal day of recruitment, three out of the four Interfraternity Council chapters who faced disciplinary actions over GPA requirements accepted semester-long social suspensions. The fourth group has yet to declare.
The senior editor of opinion for The Washington Times believes gun-free zones are dangerous for America’s future.
Talk of trenches, battlefields and warfare might be considered out of place in church. But among the wooden pews and stained glass windows of the Chapel of the Cross Episcopal church, participants of the annual UNC 24/7 Prayer liken prayer to a spiritual war in itself.