Red Solo cups and embarrassing late-night Facebook comments are the target of a new initiative by University Career Services.
The University is leaving its mark, however tiny, on NASA’s last space shuttle mission.
Student Body President Mary Cooper’s plan to expand printing services in the face of budget cuts will likely be implemented this fall, Information Technology Services officials said.
Despite likely tuition increases and looming budget cuts, many incoming students say the University’s price tag is still an attractive one.
Due to an improving economy, many recent graduates are finding a stronger hiring market in some fields than in the past two years.
Marvel’s brings forth more than just loud noise as it ventures beyond the page once again, making its way to the big screen with the opening of “Thor”. The franchise’s movie adaptation of the god of thunder packages a tight plot with strong special effects in Thor’s movie debut.
For Donald Hornstein, the environment must be considered in the same light as historic struggles for social equality, such as those of women or African Americans.
This summer, a handful of UNC students will take part in APPLES fellowship programs to bring innovative ideas to communities. APPLES has four student-led fellowship programs, two funded directly through APPLES, and two by private donors and the Office of Undergraduate Research. “Our motto is ‘student leadership, staff supported’ Sarah Smith, a student services specialist at APPLES, said.
Five hundred abandoned infants have arrived at John Ondeche’s doorstep since 2002. They come from passersby, hospitals or police stations to find safety at Ondeche’s New Life Home in his community in Kisumu, Africa.
Administrators are trying to protect the academic core of the University from looming budget cuts. But this classification has proven detrimental for many of the 84 on-campus centers and institutes.
Late Night with Roy 2011
We demolished Elon in football. It was hot as balls.
Spectators in Charlotte’s Time Warner Cable Arena awaits President Barack Obama’s speech accepting his nomination for re-election.
Mayor Kleinshmidt with Rick Stafford, LGBT Caucus chair and veteran Democratic activist.
Mayor Kleinshmidt applauses Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank at the LGBT caucus. Frank, honored for his long political fight for LGBT rights, will retire at the end of his term in 2013.
Is it possible to take one of the most storied comic book characters of all time and parlay all the hype into one of the biggest flops of the year? Apparently so, as Green Lantern makes it seem too easy.
In Midnight in Paris, Woody Allen treats audiences to a picturesque stroll through Paris, followed by a confusing journey into the roaring 20’s.
Steven Spielberg returns to a genre he’s had past success in with Super 8, a science-fiction film written and directed by Lost’s J.J. Abrahams.
The wolf pack is back, and this time they’ve traveled all the way to Thailand. With plenty of crude humor and no shortage of shocking moments, this sequel garners mild success.
Johnny Depp reprises his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in Disney’s fourth installation of the Pirates franchise with “Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides.” This time around, Sparrow is in search of the fountain of youth, drumming up old memories of “Indiana Jones”-like adventure.
In most weddings, the bride garners the undivided attention of the audience. For this particular occasion, however, Kristen Wiig steals the bouquet and runs with it.
Even as Silent Sam’s Confederate ties spark controversy across campus, Michael Kreyling said he worries U.S. citizens have forgotten the impact of the Civil War at a guest lecture Tuesday. Kreyling, an English professor from Vanderbilt University, spoke at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center on Tuesday as part of the James A. Hutchins Lecture series. As the nation approaches the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, he said Americans are not appropriately recognizing this milestone.