One UNC freshman might be about to embark on the trip of a lifetime. On Friday, Trevor Dougherty will leave for a 10-day training camp in Switzerland, from which he could be selected for an expedition to Southern Africa.
Bart Ehrman, author of four New York Times bestsellers and a distinguished professor of religious studies at UNC, has recently published a new book — “Did Jesus Exist?: The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth.”
Almost a year after Sakai was introduced to the University community, more than 1,000 professors are still using Blackboard.
Four Greek houses could soon face losing University recognition, and even more could lose the ability to recruit first semester freshmen starting this fall.
Audience members at this year’s Black History Month lecture expected to listen to civil rights activist Bernice Johnson Reagon speak. Instead they got to listen to her sing — and join in too.
Problems surrounding “senior status” are continuing to mount.
The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house has become the first of UNC’s Greek houses to have its own Carolina Computing Initiative printer.
The U.S. should not leave Iraq and Afghanistan just yet, said Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. ambassador to both countries.
Buying textbooks cheap from Amazon could be contributing to UNC’s lack of scholarship funds, University officials said.
Chancellor Holden Thorp will soon join the few who have tackled the challenge of balancing teaching with administrative duties when he begins teaching Introduction to Entrepreneurship in the fall.