UNC professors and students shared their thoughts over UNC's controversial "Conflict over Gaza" conference and Palestinian rapper Tamer Nafar's performance during it.
One of two Latina-focused sororities on campus, the UNC chapter of Lambda Pi Chi celebrated both the national and local founding of their chapter with a week of events.
UNC recently hosted a Model UN conference, which allows middle school students to sit on one of eight committees represented at UN summits, such as the World Health Organization, and debate on topics.
Attendees of this 15-hour event, which ends April 6 at 9 a.m., will stay up throughout the night with some participants walking laps the entire time to reflect that cancer never sleeps.
The State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation gave a $500,000 grant to Lead for North Carolina, a pilot program that aims to recruit, train and place promising young leaders in two-year paid fellowships in local governments.
The UNC Faculty Executive Committee's meeting on Monday addressed some of the most important issues facing the University, from libraries to data retrieval.
Students in the club From Houses to Homes UNC-Chapel Hill will be spending their Spring Break helping Guatemalan families get a sturdy home.
Women are consistently paid less than men in the United States and around the world, and a a new study has revealed that an increase in wage transparency could help close the gap.
A new lecture series installation explores when it's right for teachers to direct classroom discussion, lead by a NC State professor.
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.