News & Sports Archive
Stroman On Sports: Stadiums, Safety, And Paris
In the wake of the Paris attacks, what (if anything) should sporting venues do to step up security?
UNC Students Stand with Peers at Missouri
Emotions ranged from anger to fear to desperation and hit nearly every benchmark in between as hundreds of students and other members of the campus co...
UNC Board of Governors Will Give General Assembly Closed Session Minutes
The Board of Governors met in special session on Friday to consider a request from some members of the General Assembly for a copy of the minutes from...
Eshelman Pharmacy School Begins Giving Money From $100 Million Donation
Fred Eshelman donated $100 million dollars in December, 2014 to the pharmacy school which holds his namesake. Nearly a year later, the first round of ...
No. 1 UNC Overcomes Lack of Energy to Beat Fairfield in Home Opener
In their home opener at the Dean Dome on Sunday afternoon, the No. 1 ranked UNC men’s basketball team improved to 2-0 on the year with a sluggish 92...
UNC Assistant Professor Arrested on Sexual Exploitation Charges
A UNC faculty member is scheduled to appear in court Monday after being arrested late last week. 33-year-old Kuohsiung Yang is a research assistant pr...
NCAA Tournament Time for UNC Field Hockey and Women’s Soccer
It is NCAA Tournament time for the UNC field hockey and women’s soccer teams. The top-ranked Tar Heel field hockey squad secured a 1-0 victory ove...
All UNC Students in Paris Accounted For and Safe
Many families around the world are still grieving the terrorist attacks in Paris, France, late Friday night. A message was sent to the UNC community o...
UNC Moves Up to No. 12 in AP Poll
UNC football finished up its home slate undefeated by knocking off Miami over the weekend. The victory moved the Tar Heels up to number 12 in the As...
Meeks and the Tar Heels Feeling Good So Far Without Paige
Coming off a dominant 91-67 win against Temple in their first game of the regular season, the No. 1 ranked Tar Heels look to continue their stellar pl...
Nine Wins and Counting: UNC Mauls Miami 59-21
Earlier in the week, UNC junior wide receiver Mack Hollins rode his bike around campus yelling, “History week!” to all that passed by̵...
UNC Shakes Off Slow Start, Beats Temple 91-67 to Open 2015-16
It took a little while for them to shake off the preseason cobwebs on Friday night, but when they did, the No. 1 ranked Tar Heels cruised to a 91-67 v...
Tar Heels Lose Tight Game Against Gardner-Webb
The North Carolina women’s basketball team lost its season opener on Friday evening in a heartbreaking 66-65 loss against Gardner-Webb University i...
Orange County Living Wage Project Launches
More than three dozen local employers have already pledged to pay a living wage.
That Guy Sleeping At The Old Well? It’s For Your Health
William Thorpe is promoting "Sleep Week" for UNC Walk for Health.
Trading Places: UNC and Miami Find Roles Reversed in 2015
When the UNC football team takes the field at Kenan Stadium this Saturday against the Miami Hurricanes it will be a matchup of two teams who have each...
Student-Athlete Influence on Social Issues Understood at UNC
Recent events at the University of Missouri have sparked conversations about race relations on college campuses around the county. UNC is no exception...
Minus Paige, No 1. Tar Heels Ready for Temple
The men’s college basketball regular season officially kicks off Friday night for the nation’s No.1 team—as the Tar Heels are in Annapolis, Mary...
“Peter And The Starcatcher” Opens At PlayMakers
The Tony-winning show opens at PlayMakers Repertory Company from November 18-December 12.
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Effort to Blanket Orange County Begins Monday
The 12th-annual Blanket Orange County blanket drive starts on Monday. The goal for this year’s event is to bring in 300 new or gently used blankets ...