News & Sports Archive
UNC To Host NC’s First National Veterans’ Arts Festival
Memorial Hall will host the National Veterans Creative Arts Festival on Sunday, October 18.
Unopposed Carrboro Candidates Use Campaign Season to Promote Voter Turnout
Municipal races will be over in less than a month, and candidates in Carrboro are taking the opportunity to urge voters to make their voice heard. Whi...
UNC Joins Coalition Aiming to Improve Admission Process
The University of North Carolina has joined a diverse coalition of public and private colleges and universities that is coming together to improve the...
Stroman On Sports: Sports And Social Justice
Sports can be a powerful tool for social justice. How well are we using it?
“Shred-A-Thon” This Week!
Each Shred-A-Thon typically collects about 20 tons' worth of paper.
UNC Faculty Assembly Urge Governor to Veto Legislation
Faculty assembly leaders are urging Governor Pat McCrory to veto legislation concerning the UNC System. Faculty leadership for the UNC System sent a l...
UNC QB Marquise Willams Named ACC Back of the Week
Two North Carolina Tar Heels have been honored by the Atlantic Coast Conference for their respective performances against Georgia Tech on Saturday. Th...
Adopt A Pet
Adopt Leah: A Sweet Terrier
Meet Leah. Leah is a terrier and is available for adoption at Orange County Animal Services. She is believed to be somewhere between 1 and 2 years o...
Tar Heel Football Players in the Pros – Week 4
The Tar Heels currently have 23 former players on NFL rosters. Here’s a quick look at how the former Tar Heel football players did this weeken...
News Around Town
Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival Starts Thursday
The Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival of Music & Dance is set to begin on Thursday and run through Sunday. The event will include music on four st...
Chapel Hill Mayor Signs Letter to POTUS Regarding Syrian Refugees
18 Mayors of cities across the United States, including Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, and New York, sent a letter to President Barack Obama in late Se...
Tar Heels Complete Largest Comeback In School History, Beat GT 38-31
With four minutes remaining in the first half, the UNC football team had just let Georgia Tech run the ball down the field for its third touchdown of ...
NC Survey Finds GOP Support For “Banning Islam”
PPP finds 40 percent of GOP voters in North Carolina want to ban the religion altogether.
Festifall 2015 Canceled
Festifall 2015 has been canceled. The 43rd annual Festifall Arts Festival was scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 4, 2015. In a statement, Ch...
UNC Women’s Soccer Game Moved
The UNC women’s soccer team will host Boston College on Friday afternoon at 3 PM. The Tar Heels were originally scheduled to play at 7 PM, bu...
UNC Linebacker’s Football Career Over Due to Neck Injury
North Carolina linebacker Joe Jackson will be unable to continue his playing career after suffering a neck injury. The university announced Jackson’...
Citizens Share Feelings at Durham Orange Light Rail Public Hearing
Citizens from both sides shared their opinions at the Durham Orange Light Rail public hearing Tuesday evening. If passed, the light rail train would r...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Rain Or Shine, “Tiger Chill” Is On At CHHS Saturday
Organizers are moving it inside, but Tiger Chill is going on as planned.
TOPO Distillery Celebrates New Law
Top of the Hill owner Scott Maitland had a lot to celebrate last week. The same day that his son Andrew was born, the North Carolina General Assembly ...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Carrboro Students Talk Development, Aid In NYC
Last week, Carrboro High School teacher Matt Cone led a group of students to New York City for a three-day visit to discuss global aid and development...