News & Sports Archive
Silent No More
The "Silent No More" auction will benefit UNC Hospitals' Beacon Program.
UNC Football Welcomes in Class of 2016 Recruits
It is National Signing Day and college football programs around the country are adding the next class of freshmen. UNC is no exception. Eight newcomer...
Estes Drive, Light Rail, BRT On Town Transportation Agenda
Come discuss the future of transportation in Chapel Hill.
“I Was Never Alone”: Disability In Russia, On The UNC Stage
The play will be performed February 5 and 6 in Swain Hall.
UNC Golf Finishes Third At Sea Best Invitational
True freshman Josh Martin led the North Carolina men’s golf team to a third place finish at the Sea Best Invitational. The Tar Heels finished at...
UNC Preparing For College Football Signing Day
The wait is over. College football’s National Signing Day will kick off February 3. 24/7 Sports’ Ross Martin previews UNC’s Signing...
Bartenders Get Course in Preventing Underage Drinking
The ABC Commission held a meeting to educate restaurant workers about underage drinking at the Chapel Hill Library on Tuesday. The class was organized...
Lineberger Endorses HPV Vaccine For Cancer Prevention
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center joins 68 other cancer centers across the country in endorsing the HPV vaccine for cancer prevention. “...
UNC Chancellor Meets With Students to Discuss Diversity
Improving race relations and creating a welcoming environment for all students has been one of the biggest storylines on university campuses around th...
LaQuanda Barksdale named ACC Legend
LaQuanda Barksdale Quick, UNC women’s basketball’s 11th all-time leading scorer, will represent North Carolina in the 12th annual class o...
Durham Police Arrest 8 In Anti-Gun Violence Campaign
Durham Police have announced that eight arrests have been made as part of an initiative focused on a string of violent gun crimes in late 2015 and ear...
UNC Researchers Develop New Cancer Drug Delivery Method
UNC researchers have found a way to kill drug resistant lung cancer using 50 times less chemotherapy. For the first time, researchers have developed a...
UNC Women’s Lacrosse Ranked No. 2 Starting 2016
UNC women’s lacrosse will begin its 2016 season ranked second in the country. The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association announced i...
Cruz Clear Iowa Winner for GOP; Clinton Claims Narrow Win for Democrats
The first official hurdle in the path to the White House was cleared in Iowa on Monday night for Ted Cruz. The GOP Senator from Texas won the Iowa cau...
Cold-Shooting Tar Heels Fall to No. 19 Louisville on the Road, 71-65
The No. 2 UNC men’s basketball team has earned a reputation for having great depth and the ability to win ugly games. On Monday night, though, the T...
Chatham County Authorities Bust Meth Lab
Chatham County officials have arrested two individuals in connection with two meth labs in Siler City. Authorities say Chatham County deputies execute...
Orange County Prepares For 2017 Property Revaluation
At least once every eight years, North Carolina requires all its counties to conduct a property revaluation to establish the fair market value for all...
UNC Protester Says Group Will ‘Always’ Ask for Margaret Spellings’ Dismissal
Four protesters were arrested at the UNC Board of Governors meeting last Tuesday. The group was protesting the election of Margaret Spellings at UNC S...
UNC Basketball Still No. 2 in the Nation
The UNC basketball team remained No. 2 in the AP Poll this week. The Tar Heels are currently on a 12-game winning streak and are 19-2 this season. ...
UNC Student Named Churchill Scholar
UNC student Blake Hauser has been named one of 15 Churchill Scholars, which is a research-focused award that provides funding to American students fo...