Digital content from more than 100 institutions across North Carolina is now available to the entire world at the click of a mouse, and UNC is helping make it happen.
UNC administrators are still working on a plan for the Odum Village Community after it closes at the end of this academic year.
On Constitution Day, when most Americans think of their own country, the University took a different approach.
Students who take to the library after spring break will likely face continual noise as repairs are still being completed in Davis Library.
The road to implementing gender-neutral housing at UNC has been arduous — but now that a pilot program has been set for the fall, only five students have applied so far.
Electing a student body president is a serious matter for many UNC students — but others seem to have their own solutions for campus politics.
Kevin Claybren pins a red felt patch to his jacket every day to symbolize the ability of students to affect change.
Student body president candidate Christy Lambden received another round of endorsements Wednesday night at the third annual Great South Campus Debate.
Student body presidential candidate Christy Lambden received the first endorsement of the campaign season Wednesday night, hours after the five-person ballot for the Feb. 12 election was finalized.
A redesign of UNC classrooms might be on the horizon, after a survey showed that alternative-style classrooms promote discussion between students and professors better than traditional lecture halls.
On the first reading day of every year, the computer science department puts on a fun event for visually impaired children to travel to UNC and participate in games and activities. Gary Bishop, a computer science professor at UNC, has organized the event every year since 2005.
In an effort to promote discussion of a topic that they believe is not adequately addressed, junior Andrea Pino and senior Julia Da Silva pioneered a campaign called “The Courage Project” that will feature a gallery of photos and testimonials from victims of sexual assault.