This year, University Career Services has a new job search platform called Handshake that replaces Careerolina. The aptly-named platform helps students make the same good impression online that a handshake does in a job interview. Similar to LinkedIn, Handshake’s purpose is to make job search and career planning more equitable for students. Built-in artificial intelligence comes to learn your habits and what jobs you are looking for, and then makes recommendations the more you use it.
A study done by researchers at UNC has shown that up to 90 percent of predatory fish in coral reefs around the Bahamas, United States, Cuba, Mexico and Belize are gone due to predatory fishing.
President Donald Trump addressed a joint session of Congress in his first major speech since the inauguration Tuesday night. Here are some of his main talking points.
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Monday his plan to take steps to increase average teacher pay without raising taxes.
Bull City Escape is part of a growing trend of entertainment rooms that challenge the brain as well as group dynamics. The business engages its customers by locking them in a room for 60 minutes — the only way out is to find and solve a sequence of clues that leads you to the final combination. The concept started out with online games, then moved to real life entertainment rooms across the country, creating a network of interactive and immersive environments for groups to bond together.
North Carolina researchers are developing innovative solutions for peanut allergies.
A new study conducted by UNC researchers showed some predominately African-American communities in Wake County lack access to the municipal water system and have higher quantities of contaminants in their well water.
Shortly before the November election, N.C. Rep. Cecil Brockman, D-Guilford, came out as bisexual.
In 2012, Josh Lineberger was working in the food-service industry, watching the way his customers interacted with each other. Today, he has an app inspired by what he saw in those days, an app development company that supports it and a plan to expand it beyond the Charlotte region.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed against Senate Bill 2 on Sept. 20, causing an immediately filing to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.