Mary Frances Buoyer
A visit by Art Pope, budget director for Gov. Pat McCrory, sparked collective action among student groups who chanted and held signs in protest of recent proposals in the General Assembly.
Stand-up comedian Lewis Black has always felt at home in Chapel Hill, so much so that more than 40 years after he graduated, he still has a second house here.
The UNC Quidditch team swept through its conference championship in Greensboro this weekend, giving its players hope for greater legitimacy in the coming years.
The class of 2013 is on the right track to overcome its predecessor’s fundraising shortcomings, senior class organizers said.
A team of UNC student and faculty researchers won a $5,000 prize Tuesday night in a competition for innovation in manufacturing.
Two North Korean defectors urged UNC students Tuesday night to shift their attention from the nation’s political woes to recognize one thing people tend to overlook — the human experience.
Researchers analyzing the representation of women in leadership at UNC are forming another vision — seeing how the University’s faculty diversity compares with its peer institutions.
The UNC student body vice president’s position will remain open to all students — regardless of financial means. Student Congress tried to sustain Student Body President Will Leimenstoll’s veto of a bill that would have eliminated the vice president’s $2400 annual stipend at a meeting Tuesday.
Student Body President Will Leimenstoll said he will veto the bill that Student Congress passed Tuesday to eliminate the student body vice president’s annual stipend.
Sridhar Balasubramanian, associate dean of UNC’s MBA program and a marketing professor at Kenan-Flagler Business School, was recently named one of the world’s best business professors by Poets & Quants, a website that evaluates business schools.
I basically wanted to know what all of the hype was about. Yesterday I completed #81 of the UNC bucket list and introduced myself to UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp. As we all know, Chancellor Thorp will be resigning at the end of the 2013 school year, so I could not think of a better item to cross off the UNC bucket list. I decided to make the move, knowing it was a long shot, around 2 A.M.
Resident caffeine addicts are not getting their money’s worth.