Researchers at UNC are looking into an unexpected effect of climate change — the rise of white nationalism.
UNC students, professors and researchers will come together to conduct a study that examines the feasibility of changing the University's data science curriculum.
“We really want to make sure that both faculty and staff have a place where they can come be their authentic selves, look at their research, look at their scholarship, look at whatever excellence or initiative they really want to move forward and not have that be challenged by racism or harassment or any form of discrimination.”
Science, a family of academic journals, named former UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp as its new editor-in-chief. Thorp, a chemist, was chancellor from 2008 to 2013.
"Everybody’s got a long journey and the whole process from going from whatever status they came to the United States to permanent resident status.”
After a committee comprised of many members of the Chapel Hill community came together on Saturday, Maddy Arrowood was selected to be the new editor-in-chief of The Daily Tar Heel for the 2019-2020 academic year.
“We know now that the pathology for Alzheimer’s starts to build 20 years before the patient actually goes to the doctor's office or says, ‘Gee, I’m having a real problem with my memory.'”
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP organized a rally at the steps of the South Building to address the events of last Saturday, when a Confederate group walked through campus with weapons and no arrests were made by UNC Police.
Squash isn't usually a sport popular in the Southern states of the U.S. But at UNC, the team just keeps getting better.
UNC Special Olympics’ Polar Plunge brought approximately 25 people to the Lark apartment complex pool Saturday to jump into the frigid water together in celebration of a six-week long fundraising effort for future Special Olympics events.