Students protest police violence. UNC receives its largest donation in history. Media organizations sue UNC to learn which employees were disciplined or fired in the academic scandal. Sweet potatoes may help relieve hunger in Africa.
UNC faces new questions about the academic scandal from its accrediting agency. Chancellor Folt discusses the scandal’s fallout. A lawsuit claims UNC discriminates against white and Asian students. Students start a new Thanksgiving tradition.
UNC waits to hear if its accreditation will be affected by the fraud scandal. For some students, the web is fraught with threats and harassment. Sleeping with your phone can make for a restless night. Students open a food bank for their classmates.
College-aged voters showed little interest in this week’s midterm elections. College athletes often struggle to fit academics into their busy practice schedules. A town ordinance forces some UNC students out of their homes.
32,000 people crowd Franklin St. for Halloween. Some students and staff say the Wainstein Report didn’t go far enough. Students drum up the youth vote in the upcoming election. Police K9s fight crime with their snouts and jaws.
The long-awaited Wainstein report finds thousands of UNC students received credit for sham classes. Voting may be harder for UNC students this year and in 2016. A mysterious Chapel Hill castle houses a secret society.
As Gov. McCrory comes to campus for University Day, some question his commitment to higher education. The unrest in Hong Kong affects UNC students. Local towing laws remain controversial. A new radio station hopes to feature local live music.
Prosecutors drop charges against a former UNC athletic tutor, but the long-running academic scandal continues. First Amendment scholars question UNC’s social media rules for athletes. A study finds some college students are addicted to their phones.
North Carolina’s low teacher salaries have led some education students to rethink their majors. A UNC doctor helps fight Ebola in Guinea. Carrboro considers allowing more residents to raise chickens. “Beatmaking” helps change people’s lives.
Fake IDs are ubiquitous at Chapel Hill bars, but law enforcement agencies are working to stop underage students from using them.The last residents may soon be able to move into the long-delayed Lux Apartments. Local gamers compete in eSports.