On May 12, 1996, a day meant for celebration — graduation, Mother’s Day — the Phi Gamma Delta house caught fire after a cigarette was thrown in the garbage.
Former Chancellor James Moeser remembers the day Shirley Ort came into his office and told him she had a plan for converting loans to grants to combat the perception that UNC’s selectivity was correlated with unaffordability.
A new senior-level position now exists as a demonstration of the University’s commitment to integrity.
This story is part of a series from The Daily Tar Heel examining the more than 70 reforms the University has said were made since information about the academic-athletic scandal came to light in 2010. The complete list of reforms can be found on carolinacommitment.unc.edu.
Unlike some other campuses, fraternity houses at UNC are privately owned. Although fraternities are under the umbrella of student organizations, the space they use is not University-controlled.
When Aziz Sancar’s wife woke him up at 5 a.m. on Oct. 7, he feared something terrible had happened to one of his family members in Turkey.
When the renovations on Howell Hall began in March, workers soon realized they didn’t even know where the sewage was draining.
If you saw Cupid frolicking around campus on Valentine’s Day, there’s a good chance you saw Keegan Pullar.
An employee working a full-time schedule of 40 hours per week for only $7.25 an hour makes $14,500 in one year, when two weeks of vacation are factored in.