For some students, off-campus living is a rite of passage. For others, it's the next step in the natural progression of college life. But for local residents, it can be burden.
A report presented by University Career Services shows that over 90 percent of 2017 graduates experienced positive outcomes within six months of graduating. However, these positive outcomes don't necessarily mean a job in their field.
Brandon Kelly's aptitude for martial arts never fades despite his repeated injuries.
Since 2003, UNC reported a 33 percent reduction in EUI, the amount of energy used per square foot per year, by 2017. This number dropped to 31 percent for the 2018 fiscal year.
A new statue has been added to the Alumni Sculpture Garden to commemorate a 2017 Silent Sam protest. The statue is a visual representation of a sound wave where protesters are chanting, "Forward together, not one step back." The artist, Meredith Emery, is a recent UNC grad.
Hurricanes, snow storms, and burst pipes meant plenty of days off for students last semester. But for UNC faculty members, it meant losing their vacation time and going days without pay.
Carol Reuss, one of the first female professors at the MJ-school, was beloved by students and faculty alike for paving a path for women in the school and being a true inspiration.
UNC Students Against Police Brutality held a rally outside the South Building Thursday afternoon.
For the homeless in and around Chapel Hill, Hurricane Florence exacerbates everyday challanges, making transportation, shelter and food even more pressing issues. That's why several local organizations are trying to do what they can to help.
People have heard of Dr. Suess’s character the Lorax, but they may not have heard of UNC’s very own Lorax, Thomas Bythell. He has been the University arborist for 20 years, caring for campus trees, as well as forests on the University’s non-campus land.
Panelist Mistyre Bonds and speaker OJ McGhee talk at the 2018 Wilson Caldwell Day.