Several graduate students at UNC have recently received awards for research that will have significant impacts in North Carolina either now or in the future.
Are better mental health resources important to you? Or are you interested in technology? This UNC graduate student is creating a new app, targeted toward African American young adults.
From Carroll Hall to Cosmic Cantina, students embarked on a rainy journey around Chapel Hill in hopes of spotting the Obamas.
Studying abroad as a Black student is a very different experience from studying abroad as a white student. Some students are forced to face situations where they are the only Black person in their region and treated as an oddity, and oftentimes they lack advisers who understand their problems.
Student body president elections are always confusing, and so we break down how campaigns work and the rules that candidates must follow.
This Joint Degree Program, between the historic small town of Chapel Hill and one of the most dynamic cities in Asia, is a truly unique experience. Read more to find out about this amazing opportunity:
After two years, Peabody Award Winner Reese Erlich returned to UNC on Thursday to speak about U.S. policy in Iran and the Middle East. Touching on topics like the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly known as the Iran Nuclear Deal, the Trump administration and relationships between Iran and other third world countries.
UNC will host a week of celebration to commemorate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. To honor the life of King, there will be several events and programs that people can attend from Jan. 20 till the 24.
Here's a compilation of the financial growth Chancellor Folt championed for on-campus programs and student scholarships.
With Sitar and Subway leaving, two replacements are arriving this semester to Bottom of Lenoir, one a new local addition, and one that might be a familiar face to some students.