At the “University of National Champions,” members of the bridge team are no exception.
Freshmen who are still figuring out their schedules for the semester will have only until the end of today to do so.
North Carolina has one of the fastest growing Latino immigrant populations, but there is still a lack of communication between the state’s municipal government and its immigrant residents.
Started last semester, Campus Africa Network is a student-led initiative that hopes to help UNC broaden its horizon.
For Congressional members, politics is their lifestyle — but until recently, many were in support of limiting collegiate research of the subject.
The Daily Tar Heel will host a housing fair for the 2014-15 school year Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Starting in the fall, just one segment of UNC’s population will be able to live on South Campus.
Three MBA students have won more than $8,000 with their answer to a corporate problem — and that answer includes large Mercedes Benz cars.
This year’s Mr. and Miss UNC are excited to use the $500 apiece they received for their service projects.