Fred Brooks retired in 2015 after 51 years at UNC — but he started teaching long before he got here.
Being healthy is about a lot more than just avoiding a cold or the flu — it also applies to sexual health and wellness, especially on college campuses.
Hunger Lunch has been missing in the Pit this semester — but its affordable meals will be back soon.
A little over a month after activists met with administration in early December to discuss their five demands for change on campus, the possibility of these demands becoming a reality is still up in the air.
Time was of the essence at a Faculty Athletic Committee meeting on Tuesday, as members discussed a resolution that will be voted on at the NCAA Annual Convention on Friday.
After a series of resignations, the Graduate and Professional Student Federation will elect a new president today in an online election.
Students walked around campus on Thursday, chanting and holding posters to bring awareness to male-pattern sexual violence at UNC and around the country.
ELON — In honor of Demitri Allison, the Elon University student who died after falling from UNC’s Morrison Residence Hall on Wednesday, Elon students, faculty and staff gathered at their football stadium Thursday to share memories of their friend.
Bill Cooper, who graduated in 1968 and was the first African-American basketball player on the junior varsity team at UNC, said he experienced adversity on and off the court.