The No. 2 North Carolina women’s tennis team competed in the Riviera/ITA Women’s All-American Championships pre-qualifiers in Pacific Palisades, California over the weekend.
The No. 3 North Carolina men’s soccer team defeated No. 8 Notre Dame, 1-0, on Friday, playing through two periods of overtime in South Bend, Ind.
The North Carolina field hockey team defeated Louisville, 3-1, and California, 6-0, this past weekend in Louisville, Ky., to improve to 6-0 on the season. Here are the key plays, outstanding players and prospects for the rest of the season.
The North Carolina women's soccer team defeated Providence, 1-0, on Thursday in the Duke Nike Classic in Durham, remaining undefeated for the season.
Horace Williams Airport has been flying high, but it's set to close in May. Carolina General Aviation took advantage of its last few weeks.
Graduating seniors crowded in and around the Bell Tower to celebrate the end of their undergraduate careers with an age-old tradition. Here's what they had to say (grab a tissue).
Carolina General Aviation is offering what might be its last flying event at 10:30 a.m. this Sunday at Horace Williams Airport. The airport faces potential shut down as community members have expressed financial concerns. The aviation event aims to provide students with a unique opportunity and the thought that Carolina General Aviation can provide something great to the community.
“Obviously we got to close prisons, we got to deal with ICE, we got to deal with statues like this, we got to deal with white supremacy and all these systemic problems that the criminal justice system, that the immigration system, that the military industrial complex all contribute to,” said Chelsea Manning, former United States soldier.
Recently I had the opportunity to fly out of Horace Williams Airport with local pilot and UNC alum Bob Epting. Though the airport is scheduled to close in May, following a resolution by the UNC Board of Trustees, the flight easily ranks in my top 10 all-time greatest experiences.
The fight to keep Chapel Hill's primary aviation education airport open continues as a petition of nearly 400 people hope to get the NC legislature involved.
A Cessna plane at Horace Williams Airport during the what may be the last flying event the airport may hold.