Flowers are left as a sign of respect at the Unsung Founders Memorial, the class of 2002 gift dedicated to the people, enslaved and free, who labored to build the foundations of the University. (Photo by Keith King ’82)
The campus was rocked in mid-April by several of what University officials characterized as racist and anti-Semitic incidents.
Two people were arrested for vandalism of art objects that involved racist graffiti; anti-Semitic posters were…
LiveSafe turns smartphones into safety devices and provides discreet two-way communications with UNC public safety officials. It’s is available to those who live and work on or near Carolina’s campus, as well as their families and friends.
The University will drop an Honor Court charge against a student who claimed UNC was retaliating against her for her participation in a federal complaint over how UNC handles sexual assault cases.
In early 2012, then-freshman Landen Gambill said…
As of mid-October, 10 fraternities had been accused of hazing pledges this fall — the most reported cases since 2005.
Aaron Bachenheimer, director of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Community Involvement, said that of those…
Wailing sirens drowned out the hum of normal campus activities shortly before noon on Sept. 6 as Alert Carolina responded to tornado warnings issued for Orange County.
Winston Crisp ’92 (JD), vice chancellor for student affairs, said the…
UNC’s Department of Public Safety has begun a campaign to increase pedestrian safety.
While police officers regularly issue both verbal and written warnings, community response unit officers have now begun issuing citations to those violating…
An amended medical investigative report for Donna Sykes, who died from head injuries in her daughter’s dorm room just before the start of the semester, indicates she did not fall from a lofted bed, as indicated in the initial report.