Tyler J. Rouse
What was supposed to be a real talk about Carolina’s lack of diversity in student body president candidates became a space of healing for students grieving over the loss of three students.
After surveying students last semester about what they would like to see built by Campus Recreation, the results are still yet to be compiled, but one thing is for certain — there will be no lazy river.
As a young black woman, senior Danielle Moore wishes she had had at least one black faculty member teach a class for her biology major.
The national Don’t Shoot campaign reached UNC Wednesday as students and faculty stood in solidarity with Ferguson, Mo., protestors and Michael Brown’s family in the Pit.
It took him 40 years, but Thomas Meyer is finally getting his breakthrough.
Local recreation offer residents and students who choose to stay in Chapel Hill over the summer multiple options to enjoy the beautiful outdoors and participate in physical activity.
UNC’s interactive multicultural tour, Tunnel of Oppression, is back for its fifth consecutive year to challenge students to rethink their role in society.
Three dollars bought three chances to completely soak someone in the Davis Courtyard Friday.
Seniors graduating in May will soon find limited privileges on campus — but UNC still offers resources for their future.
Molded by a dynasty of solar energy entrepreneurs, UNC sophomore Alexander Wilhelm has ventured beyond U.S. borders to increase access to solar with his own nonprofit corporation.