Students have emerged from class to find their bicycles missing — but not at the hands of a thief.
Rufus Edmisten is a UNC alumnus who served as deputy chief counsel to the Senate Watergate Committee, which was chaired by then-Sen. Sam Ervin, D-N.C., in 1973-74.
In 241 days, seniors will be hearing their commencement speech — and the University thinks it has already found the person who will be delivering that speech.
With the presidential election quickly approaching, UNC College Republicans have called in the bigwigs to lay the issues on the table.
In the back of a large lecture hall, sometimes Facebook and daydreams take precedence over listening to the professor.
The Occupy movement — which lingered on Franklin Street for nearly three months — spread to the Pit on Tuesday to show opposition for Commencement speaker Michael Bloomberg.
This year, the senior class’s departing advice will be given by the same man who’s been providing the beer.
Amendment One, which would change the North Carolina constitution to recognize only marriage between a man and a woman as a legal union, has mobilized a coalition of diverse groups of students and faculty leading up to the May 8 primary.
Before the 2008 presidential election, President Barack Obama visited UNC on his road to White House.
One of the most visible sets of rankings for U.S. graduate schools shuffled many of UNC’s programs’ placements on the prestigious list.
“What is pain? French bread! This was the mantra I kept repeating to myself throughout the hour and a half of my first cycle class ever. Sweat was dripping down my face, my thigh muscles were burning and I could not feel my butt, but Remember the Titans gave me the inspiration to survive the workout.