Like other colleges across the country, UNC has now banned hoverboards in residence halls for safety reasons.
The UNC American Indian Center is hosting its first Native Narrative Tour at 3 p.m. today, sharing the experiences of Native members of the state through historical and modern-day accounts.
A series of words, speeches, poems and short stories entitled “A Reading for Black Queer Men and Those Who Have Love for Them” was presented by a group that aimed to project the stories of black men who died from HIV.
Many School of Media and Journalism students who have already worked hard in ECON 101 and POLI 100 are upset those classes are no longer required for their majors.
The University will announce the next dean of the College of Arts and Sciences today in an email to students and staff.
By Oct. 27, a new crop of students interested in history, gender studies and activism will have applied to join the next group of Moxie Scholars.
UNC’s Campus Y recently created a new, more efficient way to distribute and keep track of money.
With two makerspaces established and a third on the way at UNC, students have the freedom to make whatever they can imagine with resources available on campus.
When UNC juniors Ella Simmons and Jamie Stuart traveled to Gulu, Uganda, this summer, they noticed a lack of resources available to children. To fill the void, they decided to transform a field into a safe center for children to develop critical skills.