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Daily Tar Heel alumni recall the death of a president
When shots rang out in Dealey Plaza on Nov. 22, 1963, the ringing didn’t stop in Dallas. That afternoon, journalists across the nation — and...

Runners honor Eve Carson in 5K
As hundreds of students and community members raced across campus Saturday, they carried Eve Carson’s legacy with them the whole way. The sixth annual Eve...

Former professor Louis Rubin remembered
Louis Rubin’s tenure at UNC lasted more than two decades, but in the realm of Southern literature, his colleagues say his legacy will live on...

Writer, editor, publisher, UNC professor Louis Rubin dies
Rubin, who died at a retirement community in Fearrington Village in Chatham County three days before his 90th birthday, was widely recognized not only for...

UNC Crowned Champion of One of World's Largest Business Case Competitions
The University of North Carolina's Master of Business Administration (MBA) students have beaten more than 650 teams to be champions of Cerebration 2013, one of...

The Cost of a Scandal
Since June 2010, UNC has spent more than $5.03 million on three scandals - academic, athletic and sexual assault - that have afflicted the community...

Stuart Scott's Battle with Cancer
When they told me I had cancer, I was shocked. But I went straight into battle mode. Every morning I'd wake up and have an...

The Story Behind “Go Heels Go America!”
From Tar Heel fans and Carolina alumni serving overseas, patriotic celebrations at sporting events in Chapel Hill, t-shirts in the student stores and sorority cocktails,...

In Memorial to Carolina's War Dead
The Carolina Alumni Memorial in Memory of Those Lost in Military Service, on Cameron Avenue between Phillips and Memorial halls, was dedicated in April 2007...

Time capsule at UNC gives glimpse of 1988
So what was life like at the University of North Carolina 25 years ago? A glimpse of that was discovered on the UNC campus Friday,...

UNC Alumni to Unearth Time Capsule Friday
Inspired 25 years ago by the popular film “Back to the Future,” the class of 1988 is going back to the past on Friday. UNC...

Boy Who Heard For 1st Time Due To UNC Doctors Talks
This summer we told you the story of three-year-old Grayson Clamp, the first child in the U.S. to receive an auditory brain stem implant, and...

Halloween Draws Larger Crowd Than 2012, No Arrests
It’s the one time of year when super heroes , rock stars, ghosts and goblins alike descend on Chapel Hill and roam Franklin St...

Reducing The Halloween Crowd On Franklin Street
Franklin Street is well-known in the Triangle as a Halloween hotspot; but police try to downsize the party more and more each year. The most...

Chapel Hill’s ‘Squeaky’ Morgan dies
A beloved Chapel Hill figure and former Ramshead Rathskeller waiter died last week — evoking memories for longtime town residents. John “Squeaky” Morgan died Sunday,...

UNC Alum, NCAA “Abolitionist” Taylor Branch’s Civil Rights Campaign Keeps Picking Up Allies
In the midst of yet another mostly congenial and prosaic debate about college athletes and the concept of amateurism, Taylor Branch could feel the frustration...

UNC ranked 5th among happiest colleges
To measure how well the nation’s schools are doing, we considered full-time freshman retention rate according to the National Center for Education Statistics for 25%...

UNC sports medicine researcher Kevin Guskiewicz named an innovative 'Game Changer' by Time magazine
Through his research on sport-related concussions, Dr. Kevin Guskiewicz is literally changing the game — from innovative sideline tests in football to the study of...

UNC alum, Fayetteville native Candice Woodcock Cody eliminated from "Survivor"
This isn't how it was supposed to end. Candice Woodcock Cody, a Fayetteville native, hasn't had the best time on "Survivor: Blood vs. Water." On...

UNC professor James Leloudis: For more than two centuries, ‘public’ has been Carolina’s guide star
At a lecture in anticipation of University Day, James Leloudis asked the assembled group to repeat after him: “Carolina is America’s first public university.” In...

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