UNC honors the victims of 9/11, while a class on the tragedy has sparked controversy. A campus task force looks at UNC’s history. While Uber grows in popularity, taxi companies are worried about this new form of competition.
North Carolina ends a program that encouraged students to become schoolteachers. Students protest an FDA policy that limits blood donations from gay men. A new Carrboro center helps Latino day laborers. Seniors reflect on their time at UNC.
Students rally for a higher minimum wage — and for better salaries for adjunct professors. Three local students will appear on “Shark Tank” to promote a lotion for sweaty hands. A popular end-of-year drinking game raises concerns.
The state seeks the death penalty against the alleged shooter in the Finley Forest killings. A new documentary focuses on sexual assault at UNC and other colleges. The university faces another whistleblower suit. Why do men play baseball, while women play softball?
UNC continues to mourn the three victims of February’s shooting, as the accused gunman is scheduled to appear in court. A legislative proposal would require professors to teach more. Spring weather lures students away from the classroom.
UNC Trustees delay a decision on renaming Saunders Hall. Gov. McCrory’s proposed budget cuts UNC funding. After Sweet 16 losses, the men’s and women’s basketball teams look ahead. UNC joins the food kiosk craze.
UNC considers what to do about buildings and monuments that honor the Civil War and white supremacy. It’s a rare Saturday school day for Chapel Hill children. A student and alumnus honor Deah Barakat’s legacy by working in the Middle East.
Prosecutors seek the death penalty in the Finley Forest shooting. UNC whistleblower Mary Willingham publishes a book. UNC research shows how important dads are when it comes to your genes. Students help UNC employees learn English.
In a raucous meeting, the Board of Governors votes to eliminate the UNC Poverty Center. Students and faculty blast the decision. Tuition is increasing again. Snow cancels classes, bit not all students are celebrating.
Students raise money to honor the legacy of the three young people slain last week. Muslim students feel especially vulnerable after the triple homicide. In an ideological fight, the UNC Board of Governors considers closing three academic centers.