As citizens and political leaders around the world debate admitting refugees into their respective countries, one UNC student seeks to make a difference on a local scale.
George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel “1984” has been required reading for high school and college English courses for decades, but this week it saw a drastic increase in popularity — so drastic, in fact, that the book is currently sold out on Amazon.
In its first days in office, President Donald Trump’s administration implemented prohibitions against the Environmental Protection Agency that have raised alarm and uncertainty about the future of programs at UNC.
A group of UNC students is working to recognize the behind-the-scenes workers who take care of the University.
This semester, UNC’s Be A Maker program is welcoming puppet-making master Donovan Zimmerman as its Maker-In-Residence.
‘Tis the season to be jolly — and trick out our dorms! In the midst of this holiday season, with LDOC just out of reach and exams looming on the horizon, many students are taking time out of their busy schedules to brighten up their dorm rooms with some holiday decor.
If you’re a UNC sophomore, you may have suddenly noticed an unusual amount of commotion within the UNC Chapel Hill Class of 2019 social media community. A recent slew of Facebook posts has caused quite an uproar among the sophomore class, sparking outrage and intense debate.
=The Pit is considered the heart of UNC’s campus. Even on dreary, rainy days, the Pit is always bustling with busy people and interest groups, all with different backgrounds and perspectives. It is representative of the University community as a whole.