The 20 students in HIST 179H: Women in the History of UNC-Chapel Hill will curate an exhibit in Wilson Library and create a companion podcast about women at the University.
Chancellor Guskiewicz recently announced a 15-member commission that hopes to reconcile the University with its past.
In recognition of Transgender Day of Remembrance, the University community held events on campus to remember and memorialize transgender individuals who lost their lives to violence which targeted their trans identity.
The Business School has been looking to put more time, effort and energy into a new undergraduate on-boarding program for some time. Now, with the release of the Spark program, the school hopes to to inform, inspire and connect students in a brand new way.
Over 100 student teams will compete at the Carolina Challenge Pitch Party on Nov. 7, an increase from last year's 80 teams.
At the same time as the Reckoning initiative came to the University, the College of Arts & Sciences launched this initiative that will have speakers, workshops and performances in the spring.
UNC changed its controversial football ticket policy. Here's how students feel about the new one.
Buying a laptop through UNC is more expensive than through other vendors, but it comes with warranty, accidental damage and insurance coverage for four years.
One major divide on campus is between walkers and bikers, and sharing sidewalks can cause feuds between the two methods of transportation. Here's how students navigate the struggle between walkers and bikers.
Students and community members gathered at UNC's South Building to protest the U.S. Department of Education’s request for the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies to revise its curriculum. Students for Justice in Palestine, a student group on campus, organized the demonstration.
Panelists Elyse Crystall, Michal Osterweil, Noah Rubin-Blose and Suzi Pietroluongo share their viewpoints on the recent controversy about The Conflict over Gaza conference and Palestinian rapper Tamer Nafar’s performance. Contributed by Jerry Markatos.
Osvelia Valverde pies Lambda Pi Chi hermana Vanesa Sanabria in the Pit.
North Carolina State University Professor Paula McAvoy speaks about ethics in the classroom, particularly between instructors and students during discussions on Feb. 25, 2019. Photo by Rachel Crumpler.