It is as if a fly landed on his cheek.T he left eye scrunches, then the right. Three quick shakes of the head and the entire tic is over in less than a second. Michael Crosa, a junior psychology and music double major, has Tourette syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary, repetitive sounds and movements.
UNC beat Gardner-Webb 93-72 on Monday.
UNC beat Virginia 3-2 to advance to the NCAA championship.
UNC beat High Point 1-0 in the first round of the NCAA tournament. UNC faced UGA on Sunday in the second round and beat the Bulldogs 4-0.
UNC lost 16-3 to UVa. on Saturday.
Post-game questions with quarterback T.J.
John Eskridge is a virgin — and he doesn’t care who knows.A UNC sophomore from Morganton, Eskridge said he based his decision not to have sex on his strong Christian faith.“God created sex as a beautiful thing between a man and a woman in marriage,” Eskridge said.According to a survey conducted by Campus Health Services, Eskridge is not alone. Approximately 77 percent of students at UNC have had zero or one sexual partners in the past 12 months.
Mouse over the blue dots to see what UNC students were complaining about most that month.
View highlights of freshman forward Harrison Barnes from the 2010-11 season.
Mouse over the questions on the phone to the left to reveal the basic facts about the Alert Carolina emergency warning system. (Source: alertcarolina.unc.edu)
A mock wedding displayed some of the traditions of Pakistani weddings, which usually last 2 to 3 days. The event, organized by Sangam and Pak-Sa, took place Wednesday in The Pit. Correction: Due to a reporting error, Monal Patel was misidentified as Monika Patel. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
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Campus workers, joined by students, protested outside of South Building on Thursday. The workers sat out from 9 am to 5 pm to prevent the elimination of their current 4-day per week, 10-hour per day work week.
The North Carolina baseball team hosted BaseBald for the Cure on Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. The team and fans shaved their heads to raise cancer awareness and to raise money for the pediatric oncology clinic at North Carolina Children’s Hospital.
Click on the menu on the right-hand side of the graphic to reveal data describing how the University has changed over the past decades. (Source: University of North Carolina)
Mouse over the field to learn about each position. (Source: southbaylacrosse.com)