Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP President Anna Richards, N.C. Rep. Verla Insko and members of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom made remarks at the protest.
The past decade has included the creation of many new LGBTQ+ group on UNC's campus, but also included some harmful policies and University decisions that affected LGBTQ+ rights and these students' experiences on campus.
UNC's wrestling team signed Mason Fannin, a 7-year-old with leukemia, thanks to Team IMPACT — a Boston based nonprofit organization that matched him with the wrestling team.
Former Republican Rep. Bob Inglis came to campus on Wednesday to talk about a conservative approach to climate change.
UNC Global aims to make getting a passport easier for members of the UNC community by hosting its annual passport drive.
Wonder Women, a female empowerment group at UNC, is hosting a series of workshops next week to promote the understanding and prevention of sexual assault.
This year, Three Zeros Day will be held on Monday, October 7 in the Pit. This event will celebrate the University's commitment to sustainability on campus, and participants are encouraged to share their ideas on becoming more sustainable.
The University launched The Well — an online version of its faculty news outlet — which replaces its former, print version, The Gazette.
Colonel L.C. Selden served in the military for 30 years and provided air support during D-Day. He couldn't graduate from UNC because he answered the call of duty, but nearing age 100, he hopes to earn an honorary degree from the University.