Counter-protestors sporting confederate flags assembled on McCorkle Place in response to the Student sit-in at Silent Sam. The sit-in started on Aug. 22 following a large protest in opposition to the statue.
Two individuals arrested in conjunction with Tuesday’s protest at Silent Sam appeared for their first court appearance Thursday morning at the Orange County Courthouse.
Getting organized at the start of the semester can be tough, but a small team of UNC students has developed a new web tool to group all of your assignments in one place.
Throughout the summer, construction workers have been updating and repairing UNC's infrastructure.
Move-in wouldn’t be move-in without the teary goodbyes and crowded elevator rides. Luckily for UNC students, the Haulin' Heels are there to help them set up in their new dorms.
In a 5-1 decision, the Board of Governors' Committee on Educational Planning, Policies, and Programs voted on Tuesday to recommend a litigation ban against the UNC Center for Civil Rights.
UNC Board of Governors will vote on whether to pass a litigation ban against the UNC Center for Civil Rights in early September. The ban would prevent the center from representing clients and acting as legal counsel to any party.
UNC is looking into expanding the Carolina Union, which might just mean rolling out the bulldozers.
Charlotte School of Law has until Aug. 1 to prove financial stability and a more rigorous academic program to the UNC Board of Governors or the school will lose its license, UNC System President Margaret Spellings and UNC Board of Governors decided Wedensday.
The Student Congress Rules and Judiciary Committee discussed the proposal to separate the undergraduate and graduate student government on Tuesday January 31.
Pro-Confederate counter-protestors showed up at a sit-in in front of Silent Sam on Saturday.
Dorm decor stacks up outside as students move in.
The Board of Governors' Committee on Educational Planning, Policies, and Programs voted 5-1 to recommend a litigation ban on UNC's Center for Civil Rights at its Aug. 1 meeting.
Executive Director of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Harold O. Levy speaks at a press conference on Monday morning.