Mary Tyler March
By the end of every spring semester, the last thing I have ever wanted to do is think about school.
After 10 months of dealings behind closed doors, the search for the next UNC-System president may be nearing its conclusion.
After months of dealings behind closed doors, the UNC system may see new transparency in its search for its next president.
After refusing to take up the issue of same-sex marriage in the fall, the U.S. Supreme Court might, within six months, provide a definitive ruling on whether gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to marry.
After North Carolina’s gay marriage ban was struck down Friday, some gay couples were able to officially tie the knot — but since the ruling was handed down after business hours, others had to wait until Monday.
For some LGBT couples in North Carolina on Friday, patience wasn’t a virtue.
In a landmark decision for gay rights, the U.S. Supreme Court decided on Monday to let stand rulings in five states striking down gay marriage bans — likely clearing the way for same-sex marriage in North Carolina.
As UNC and other campuses nationwide engage in sexual assault policymaking efforts, California has become the first state to enact a new consent standard for colleges and universities in hopes of changing the culture surrounding sexual violence.
DURHAM — Colorful boas and homemade signs were plentiful among the thousands of people marching, dancing and cheering across Duke University’s East Campus on Saturday for the 30th annual N.C. Pride Festival and Parade.
As part of View from the Hill's series of profiles on U.S. Senate candidates, meet Republican Alex Bradshaw.
After resigning from the N.C. Senate last month, Ellie Kinnaird continues to have an active voice in local and state politics. Kinnaird led an informal discussion with students on Monday, instructing them in ways to advocate for change in state policies.
As the tension mounts overseas, more questions arise concerning the implications of U.S. involvement in the Syrian conflict between President Bashar al-Assad’s regime and the Shiite rebels. Staff Writer Mary Tyler March talked with UNC Political Science Professor Timothy McKeown, who specializes in U.S.