Some graduate students at UNC are receiving stipends as low as $15,700, well below the living wage in Orange County, and they say they are struggling.
Crafting and selling a brand comes with time. Founded in 1789, the University witnesses its seal change as it moves forward. The different versions of the seal reflect the University’s forward march to adjust itself in various time period.
The computer science department at UNC is using one of the largest classrooms on campus, but students still complain they can’t get into classes they need.
Spouses and partners of international students and scholars — who are sometimes overlooked in the UNC international community — now have their own University organization.
After physician assistant John Strader retired from the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center last year, he went to Monrovia, Liberia, for seven months.
UNC has been greener in the past few years.
Greenlaw 101 was renovated to become the University’s first interactive lecture hall.
As temperatures dropped Tuesday, UNC students spent the night outdoors to raise awareness for the homeless.
There’s a little box on a post located at the Cedar Grove Park that runs itself 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In honor of Halloween, staff writer Wei Zhou investigated claims of hauntings around Chapel Hill. Significant evidence of hauntings were found at two locales — The Carolina Inn and Gimghoul Castle.
Retirement community Galloway Ridge at Fearrington is hosting the first ever Goat Parade to b...
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center brought two new employees on board in August and September.
Daily Tar Heel Staff Writer Wei Zhou sat down with Kurt Schuepbach for Town Talk’s weekly Humans of Chapel Hill feature.