North Carolina’s two U.S. senators have been among a cohort of Republicans raising concerns about ongoing Iran nuclear negotiations — and in spite of setbacks and a blown Tuesday deadline, American diplomats insist that they’re close to a deal.
Students, low-wage workers and a union president sought to find common ground in the plight of minimum-wage workers and adjunct faculty at an event Monday.
When the state let its tax incentive program for movie production expire at the start this year, the North Carolina film industry suffered.
After years of opposing the Affordable Care Act and organizing more than 50 votes to repeal it, Republicans are using their majority in Congress to push for a replacement.
UNC, still in the midst of three federal investigations for charges of mishandling sexual assault reports and statistics, now has a man dedicated to getting them right.
When students heard through Facebook about Olu Fatolu, the nursing student found dead in her parked car Thursday, many questioned the value of Alert Carolina.
The search is on for a new director of the Carolina Women’s Center, and the University community will have a voice in the process.
Carolina For the Kids Foundation, formerly known as Dance Marathon, plays it straight with their fundraising.
It’s the stigma around mental health that makes it so hard to treat.At least, that’s what UNC professors and mental health professionals said in a panel discussion Monday.
UNC has long focused on the number of college-level courses high school students take during the admissions process. The University is now giving course loads less weight.
In the midst of the chaos that is class registration, staff writer Sam Shaw stopped students on campus to ask "How did your registration go?" Photos by Sam Shaw.