News & Sports Archive
Young Entrepreneurs from UNC are Doing it For Themselves — and Others
UNC students in the recent graduating class of 2014 are entering a slightly better job market than some of their recent predecessors. But rather than ...
Career Services Director: High Hopes for UNC 2014 Grads
Nearly six thousand UNC students got their degrees at Kenan Stadium last Sunday, and they all probably hold high hopes for their futures. Director of ...
UNC’s Academic Scandal Oversight
“Unless a chair’s colleagues comes forward with complaints, there is no way that a dean at any level will know that something is wrong."
Local Leaders Break Ground on Rogers Road Community Center
The Orange County Commissioners were out in full force, along with other community leaders, to break ground on the Rogers Road Community Center on Thu...
Final Sprint: UNC T&F Athletes Head To Wolfpack ‘Last Chance’ & GT Invitational
The North Carolina track and field teams will be busy in two separate locales this weekend with one week to go before the NCAA Regionals.
Willingham Research Application Released
...was confidentiality broken?
Missing Person Alert: Jonathan ‘Johnny’ Cunningham, 55
Jonathan Cunningham, who goes by the name of “Johnny,” has not been in contact with friends or family in several weeks, according to police.
Shannon Death Investigation Ceased
The death of the UNC freshman and pledge of the Chi Phi fraternity, David Shannon, is no longer being investigated by the Carrboro police department, ...
UNC Administration Quiet With DTH
Trying to get comments from first-year UNC Chancellor Carol Folt or other administrators wasn't always an easy endeavor.
New Buses Top List Of Chapel Hill Transit Budget Needs
Between aging buses and funding cuts, Chapel Hill Transit faces budget challenges in the coming year.
PPP: Voters Want Higher Pay for Teachers, and Don’t Like NC Legislature
Now that the General Assembly is back in session, legislators may want to look at a new poll that shows just how much the issue of teacher pay matters...
High Stakes Baseball In Coral Gables
The North Carolina baseball team, 31-21 overall and 14-13 in the ACC, is staring at its final series of the season when taking on the ACC-leading Hurr...
Rabid Fox In Chapel Hill?
The fox was seen pursuing the victim rather than fleeing, indicating that the animal was potentially unwell.
OWASA to Begin Evening Road Work on South Estes Drive
Contractors for Orange Water and Sewer Authority will begin night work to replace underground water pipes on South Estes, Willow, and Conner Drives be...
Athens Bound For Tar Heel Tennis In Sweet Sixteen Play
The North Carolina men’s and women’s tennis teams are both bound for Athens, Georgia for Sweet Sixteen action in the NCAA Tournament.
Teens Charged in Deadly Street Race
Three Alamance County teens are facing multiple charges in a deadly street-racing crash last month that took the life of a 16-year-old driver.
Bethel: UNC Hands Tied
UNC learning specialist and author of Coaching the Mind, Bradley Bethel says the University has to be careful with finger-pointing and laying blame on...
Bethel Returns To WCHL
The UNC learning specialist who laid blame on the College of Arts and Sciences former deans for not catching Julius Nyang’oro in the academic scanda...
ACC MBB Championship Moved To Saturday
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the Men’s Basketball Tournament championship game will now be played on a Saturday evening, a change that ki...
BoCC Faces “Basket Of Bad Options” To Fund Rural Curbside Recycling Program
County Commissioners took another look at funding for rural curbside recycling pick-up, but most board members didn’t like the choices on the table....