- November 2, 2017
Larry Miller was a basketball star at UNC. Nancy Curlee was a 10-year-old with a major crush. They met, years later, and developed a friendship that is now leading to a book. Come on, who doesn’t love a great story about old-time UNC basketball players? To read the full story from The News & Observer
Here’s what happening with women and computer science at Duke University: Many female students take entry-level courses but don’t enroll in more-advanced classes. Women make up 47 percent of CompSci 101, according to The Chronicle, the independent newspaper at Duke. But the number drops to 27 percent for CompSci 230. At the graduate level, female
Members of the UNC Board of Governors are exploring the idea of establishing a conservative-leaning center at UNC-Chapel Hill that they say would foster debate and achieve more intellectual diversity. The board will hear a presentation Friday, Dec. 15, from Robert “Robby” George, founder and director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and
The semester is coming to an end, but students still have to make to finals week. Final exams can be daunting, especially for first years who are taking the tests for the first time. While you don your sweatpants and settle in for some long days – and nights – of studying, catch some tips
For parents, picking a favorite among their children can be tough. North Carolina head coach Carlos Somoano has a similar struggle when trying to decide which of his UNC soccer teams that advanced to the College Cup were his favorite to coach. The decision became even more complicated for the seventh-year head coach on Saturday.
What happens when a student-athlete isn’t medically cleared to compete in college? Here’s how the process works at N.C. State.
On paper, N.C. State’s John Taylor Willis was the perfect student body treasurer. So why did his tenure end with impeachment proceedings and a resignation?
Local universities do not offer classes solely dedicated to teaching about the part of African history that predates colonialism.
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Duke and N.C. State’s football teams are going bowling. For UNC and N.C. Central, the season is over. Here’s what happened this weekend.
Heading into Saturday’s rivalry football game between the N.C. State Wolfpack and North Carolina Tar Heels, it’s clear: Anything can happen.
N.C. State students have a lot to be thankful for. Here are 5 things that all N.C. State students are lucky to have as part of their college experience.
Meet Ali Farahnakian. He’s a Tar Heel who’s performed in improv comedy theatres all over the country. Now, he’s opening his own in Chapel Hill.
N.C. Central’s season ended with a loss to the N.C. A&T Aggies. It’s the first time the Eagles have lost to the Aggies under head coach Jerry Mack.
It was a heartbreaker weekend for N.C. State and N.C. Central, but a great one for Duke and UNC. Read our football recap here.
Post-Thanksgiving but pre-exams, things can get crazy at N.C. State. Here’s how to manage the quick part of fall semester.
Meet Sam Desautels, a UNC student who transferred in from Marquette University. Hear about his academic regrets and what he wished he’d done differently.
The recent firebombing of Davie Poplar helps Tar Heels remember some of the best traditions carried on by UNC students past, present and future.
Following the release of the Paradise Papers, an official said Duke’s investments tied to the Brazilian iron mining industry are “minute.”