Chants of “not the church and not the state, women must decide their fate” reverberated across the Pit.
The faces of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha and Razan Abu-Salha will now greet members of the UNC community as they enter the Student Union’s art gallery.
The phrase “getting behind the wheel” will be a thing of the past if Google has its way, as the company expects to put people in self-driving cars within two to five years. Chris Urmson, the director of Google’s self-driving car project, said it would revolutionize automobile travel. “Imagine never losing someone in a traffic accident again,” he said in an online video.
Paul Tine, a member of the N.C. House of Representatives, has decided to leave the Democratic Party and, as of Friday, has joined the General Assembly’s Republican House Caucus.
New regulations on North Carolina abortion clinics — mandated by a controversial law passed by the N.C. General Assembly over a year ago — are finally starting to take shape.
Sen. Kay Hagan’s campaign again brought big-name politicians, including former president Bill Clinton, to energize the Democratic cause in a rally on Friday.
A new study found state budget cuts to public universities nationwide have deterred many low- and middle-income students from attending college.
Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan spoke to about 40 people at N.C. State University on Monday.
The millennial generation is putting off marriage until later in life — and the delay is at a record high, according to a recent Pew Research Center report.
As fall break approaches, some UNC students might rely on a ridesharing service for cheaper transportation to and from the airport — but companies like Uber are struggling to comply with Raleigh-Durham International Airport regulations.
Students trying to access the UNC-system Association of Student Governments’ website might start to notice something a little different. ASG recently let their domain name, uncasg.org, expire — and it has been snatched up by UNC senior and Daily Tar Heel columnist Matt Leming.
The U.S. Department of Education has recently released a list of more than 550 colleges that will have to undergo “heightened cash monitoring” because of concerns about their management of federal financial aid.
Prada, one of the most beloved and recognizable luxury brands, experienced a huge hit in its 2014 profit — in part, apparently, because of a crackdown on Chinese government corruption.
On Monday morning, outspoken and ultra-conservative Sen. Ted Cruz became the first major candidate to enter the presidential race for 2016. Cruz made his announcement during the student convocation at Liberty University — possibly the perfect backdrop for the Texas Republican.
North Carolina lawmakers don't seem to be happy about a memo released in February talking about sexual relations between lobbyists and government officials that received significant media attention. A month after the N.C. Ethics Committee ruled that sex between a lobbyist and an official is not considered a gift and doesn’t have to be disclosed, members of the N.C. House of Representatives have filed an opposing bill.
While many high school seniors have already sent in deposits to their chosen colleges and are using their remaining days in high school classrooms dreaming about their upcoming college life, students who applied to University of California schools are still in limbo.
Super Bowl XLIX was stressful for Seattle and New England fans alike, but in the end the New England Patriots emerged as champions. While some die-hard Seattle Seahawks fans decided to throw themselves through their TV, other supporters of the team had a bet to settle.
Former North Carolina state lawmaker Stephen LaRoque pled guilty this week to stealing $150,000 from a federally funded nonprofit organization.
North Carolina’s Hollywood dreams might soon be disappearing, as the tax rebate that film production companies received in the past was eliminated at the beginning of 2015.