Among the regular post-graduation fears, mixed reports on a possible future recession have students searching for alternate employment plans to make. Some graduating UNC students are preparing for the possibility of a declining job market. Despite economic indicators pointing to a recession in the near future, researchers say the Triangle may be able to weather a downturn. Alumni point to the Great Recession in 2009 as an example of less than ideal economic conditions to enter the labor market under.
Chapel Hill Town Council and mayoral candidates discussed voter engagement alongside climate and transportation policies ahead of November elections.
Students, here are what your Democratic presidential candidates want to do about higher education debt.
This year's Bloom Fest, celebrating culture and diversity, as sponsored by WE SENSE took place on Sunday in the 140 W. Franklin St. plaza.
Tai Huynh is the fourth UNC student to campaign for Chapel Hill Town Council since the voting age was brought down in 1971.
Investigators are not currently aware of any students at New Hope Elementary being the subject of photographs.
A Mad Hatter's Cafe and Bakeshop will be coming to UNC this summer. Many students are excited about the addition because they will no longer have to drive to Durham to enjoy the restaurant's food.
Every UNC student knows about Maple View Farm. Since moving to Hillsborough, the farm's founder Robert Nutter's hard work led his farm to success. He received several awards for his contributions to the community.
Take a look back at the civil rights history of UNC and where the legacy that continues today came from.
The Chapel Hill Town Council passed a memorandum to support the Orange County Food Council, an organization that aims to increase food security throughout the county. Now, for the memorandum to be passed, it must be put up to a vote by the Orange County Commissioners.
Joal Broun (right) has been appointed as the new chairperson of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education on Thursday, March 7, 2019. Mary Ann Wolf (left) has been appointed as the new vice chairperson.