The first-year experience may look different come fall when UNC Housing and Residential Education blurs the lines between North and South campus.
UNC senior Hudson Owens thought there wasn’t enough of an outlet for the soccer lovers on campus. That’s why he started the UNC Global Soccer Society about a year ago.
With early voting beginning Thursday, student organizations and the Orange County Board of Elections have been working to get students registered to vote and prepared to participate.
Visit Cafe Carolina on Saturday mornings for a studying pick-me-up and a warm interaction with the cafe’s new employee, Ishan Munshi.
Calling all foodies — the first annual Carolina Food Summit begins on Wednesday.
Carolina Cupboard, UNC’s on-campus food pantry for students, will be moving to a new location within Avery Residence Hall by the spring semester.
UNC administrators are making an effort to better include student-athletes in the conversation around the academic-athletic scandal.
History 220, taught by professor Matthew Andrews, combines history with sports by diving into the Olympic Games.
UNC students Rachel Bailey and Christine Szymanski applied combinations of sushi paper, makeup and glue to Kyle Riker to give the appearance of traumatic injuries.
A study recently completed by a team at UNC’s Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute discovered that higher quality of early education prepares children for a more successful future.