Undergraduate students sometimes take graduate courses, though often they aren’t supposed to. And their grade point averages don’t reflect the type of grades those classes give.
Sarah Booker started her honors thesis at UNC. But unlike many comparative literature honors theses, it took her well beyond a book list and Wilson Library.
Two University projects aimed at increasing efficiency have been stalled for months by a lack of funding and an administrative search.
With at least $242,000 in cuts to make by July 1, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication will be forced to join other schools and departments across campus in reducing the number of faculty and course offerings.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication is already dealing with a budget cut of $169,000 for the current year.
In an election season marred by controversy, candidates had to face a volley of complaints, hearings and, for two candidates, the prospect of disqualification.
Steve Moore decided in the 1970s that he wanted his final resting place to be the Old Chapel Hill Cemetery. Now, a decorative iron fence surrounds his plot. But it isn’t just for decoration — it’s for protection.
Sleep and Tylenol might be the saving graces for Andrew Phillips. In his term, Phillips, chairman of the Board of Elections, has had to play the role of prosecutor, judge and now defendant.
The release of the student body president election results has been delayed yet again, creating the likelihood that the vote counts won’t be unveiled until next week.
Saturday, members of UNC’s chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity dedicated the Courtland Benjamin Smith Playground at Phoenix Place in honor of their former fraternity president.
A new way for providing web space to student body president candidates this year has only made things tougher for candidates.
More than 240 students got a taste Wednesday of what it means to be hungry and thirsty. The Muslim Students Association hosted Fast-A-Thon 2010, an event in which students pledged not to eat or drink from dawn to sundown.
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