UNC graduate student and activist Maya Little was arrested on Monday and charged with misdemeanor larceny. The arrest occurred during a counterprotest, which opposed the Genocide Awareness Project exhibit. The exhibit, which compares abortions to genocides and other human rights violations, is scheduled to be on campus from Monday to Wednesday. The University sent an email on Friday to warn students about the exhibit and offer psychological services they could reach out to if disturbed by the exhibit. Because UNC is a public university, protesters are permitted to exercise free speech on campus grounds. However, some students felt UNC could have done more to prevent the unsettling images they saw on Monday.
Students are being relocated to nearby hotels as mold is removed from Granville Towers' HVAC units.
The University revoked recognition of the UNC chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon on July 2 because of hazing. The chapter will remain unrecognized until at least 2023.
A psychology course offers UNC students the opportunity to contribute to an ongoing research study related to children's memory and their achievements in mathematics and academics.
New Latinx Center set to open its doors, bringing students together in a community setting.
On Wednesday afternoon, students and faculty walked out of class to protest violence by the UNC Police Department and call for action by the University.
In the last of a three part series on war and the military, Professor Emeritus Richard Kohn talked about Presidents Obama and Trump and their complex relationships with the U.S. military.
From clothes made out of billboards to promising cancer treatments, Innovation Showcase lets students share their businesses and network with investors.