Good news for readers: The show will go on.
A few weeks after reports circulated that the next North Carolina literary festival, facing financial constraints, might be canceled, Chancellor James Moeser has designated $200,000 to cover the bulk of…
Noted journalist and policy expert Hodding Carter III, a professor of leadership and public policy, gave the December Commencement address to more than 1,100 graduates on Dec. 16, reflecting on the U.S. as a constantly changing nation.
Jewish music, Zionist ideology and Jewish merchants in the post-Civil War South are among topics to be explored in a spring lecture series at Carolina.
UNC’s Carolina Center for Jewish Studies will present the free public lectures, all at 7:30…
Speculate about why she changed, but don’t question her successes at Carolina.
The name Marion Jones ’97 is engraved in glass in the windows of the Track and Field Hall of Honor. One of the “Tar Heel Track & Field Olympians.” 2000 Sydney.
A statewide anti-smoking campaign reached significantly more youths across North Carolina between 2006 and 2007, and most youngsters are paying attention to the message, according to an evaluation by researchers in UNC’s School of Medicine.
In a game that spawned the term “slobber knocker,” is there a limit to the amount of impact a football player’s head can handle before the player suffers a concussion?
The answer is yes … and no, say researchers at UNC. High-tech helmets worn…