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Court upholds Lovette’s life sentence in Eve Carson death
Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr., convicted in the 2008 shooting death of UNC’s student body president, lost his second appeal Tuesday when his life sentence was...

UNC School of Journalism remembers long-time professor Chuck Stone
No matter how Chuck Stone did it, he did it swinging. Whether it was swinging to jazz music or verbally swinging at politicians in the...

He's Not Here: A Chapel Hill Institution
In fact, it is the rather enigmatic name of a legendary homegrown bar in the heart of Tarheel town – quite possibly the best old-style...

Column: You will never stop being a Tar Heel
It’s hard to perfectly encapsulate what I want myself to remember from my time here at UNC. It’s just this innate sense of knowing that...

Video: Future Tar Heel (student) announces her college decision
Elizabeth Vilmar has committed to the University of North Carolina, picking the Tar Heels over FSU, Florida, Notre Dame, USC, and Virginia. There's only one...

University Square businesses brace for redevelopment
The demolition of University Square, which has been home to several local businesses like Time-Out, is set to start as early as October of this...

Why ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Refuses to Let Cancer Win
Stuart Scott is an ESPN original and the man GQ Magazine once said put the hip-hop in sportscasting. When the "Sportscenter" anchor is not at...

UNC screens NFL players to track brain changes over time
As the NFL becomes more aware of the long-term effects of brain injury and concussions, some former players are coming to Chapel Hill for help...

Professor Chuck Stone taught to 'tell it like it is'
During my time at the university, Stone's larger-than-life character filled the corridors of the "J School." His funky, large-framed glasses, convertible cars, motorcycles, opulent bow...

UNC researcher's work helps unfinished Boston Marathon runners find closure
A year after the twin explosions at the Boston Marathon, a local statistics professor is helping the nearly 6,000 runners who never made it to...

200 people helped Merritt’s Store and Grill celebrate 85th anniversary
She was sitting at Merritt’s Store and Grill when Patricia Fields Neubert, a child at the time, realized what she wanted to do with the...

UNC Journalism School Professor Emeritus Remembers Chuck Stone
There was a consensus when Ron Stutts asked people Monday morning about Chuck Stone: he was kind, smart, and caring. UNC Professor Emeritus Phil Meyer...

Chuck Stone, former UNC professor & NABJ co-founder, dies
Charles Sumner “Chuck” Stone, Jr., a former University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill journalism professor and co-founder of the National Association of Black Journalists,...

"Breaking Bad" actor R.J. Mitte visits UNC
R.J. Mitte, who stars on “Breaking Bad” as Walt Jr., was diagnosed with a mild form of cerebral palsy at age three. But he did...

UNC No. 1 public institution in autism research
North Carolina is the No. 1 public institution in the world for autism research, according to a 2012 report from the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee,...

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