UNC has an NCAA hearing date to determine what penalties it will face after an investigation into sham classes in the African-American studies department.
Good news, Durham and Chapel Hill: You’re in the top five of the nation’s most-educated cities. (Raleigh, you’re at no. 15.)
Three female students told N.C. State police they were sexually assaulted at a party Friday night at Wolf Village, according to police reports.
Duke students are heavier drinkers than other students, a fall 2016 study from the American College Health Association found.
Researchers at N.C. State, UNC and Duke live the Shark Week life all year long. Follow along to see what they learn about sharks off our coast.
Tuesday’s blood drive will be held in honor of Capitol Police officer David Bailey, one of N.C. Central’s newly famous alumni.
Contributor Parth Upadhyaya predicts N.C. State will finish fourth in the Atlantic division this season. Here’s how the rest of the division stacks up.
Heather O’Reilly is a national and Tar Heel soccer legend. She’s also one of the newest owners of the 95-year-old Carolina Coffee Shop.
Transfer students have the hard task of settling into their new campus. Here are some tips that could help them have a smoother transition.
Duke students are more stressed than most, a new study finds. But why? Are rigorous academics to blame … or is there another culprit?
Hillsborough Street looks different than it did 30 years ago. But the traditions have stayed the same — and that’s what makes the street what it is.
Travel + Leisure tells its readers to stop in Durham and Carrboro on a North Carolina visit. Duh, local college students say.
Above, photo courtesy of Ryan Essick. “21 and Up,” the debut album from Princeton (formally Ryan Essick), has been a long time coming. The North Carolina native and UNC-Charlotte student has been writing poetry and performing since high school. He released three singles starting in January 2017 before the album came out on June 29.
Duke alumna Maddy Mumma solo hiked the entire Appalachian Trail — all 2,200 miles of it — this year. Now, she’s headed to law school.
When you head to college, you don’t have to leave your high school friends behind. Here’s how Iman Usmani stayed in touch with her long-distance friends.
N.C. Central basketball coach LeVelle Moton is among the inductees in this year’s Wake County Public School System Hall of Fame.
The College Advising Corps — which just got a $10 million gift — needs recent graduates to prepare high school students for college.
At Carrboro’s Tin Cup Joe, a hunting camper turned coffee trailer, owner Chris Jordan is serving a Dr Pepper latte. You’re going to want to visit.
Contributor Morgan Howard just finished her internship with Teach For America. Here’s what she learned — and what others can take away from her experience.