The first-year seminar English 72: Literature of 9/11 has become a national controversy after freshman Alec Dent criticized the course in an article for The College Fix, a conservative news website.
The beginnings and ends of semesters are marked by many things: stress, a flurry of hasty packing and often piles of furniture and Walmart rugs being thrown away.
The future of sustainable energy at UNC just got a bit sunnier.
Jump ropes whizzed through the air, and sneaker-clad feet pounded the ground when the Bouncing Bulldogs jump rope team performed at the Gillings School of Global Public Health on Wednesday afternoon.
Friday's Faculty Council meeting covered an array of topics — including the University’s loan to the Northside neighborhood as well as increasing access to scholarly articles written by faculty — but the majority of the meeting was spent reviewing the new payroll system. There are ongoing software updates to fine-tune new payroll and HR systems that went live in October 2014.
Durham Mayor Bill Bell wants to look beyond downtown revitalization to decrease poverty in his city.
Juniors Houston Summers and Kathryn Walker will compete in a runoff election next week, following an election with the lowest turnout in at least the past ten years.
Many things require some assembly — and the selection of this year’s student speaker for the TEDxUNC conference was no exception.
About 100 people gathered in the Pit Friday wearing black in solidarity with people of color suffering injustices on campus and beyond for an event called Black Friday.
Tensions continue to run high in the Faculty Council meetings in the aftermath of the October release of Kenneth Wainstein’s report on academic fraud at UNC.