Even after 50 years, the story most people think they know about the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis is not exactly right.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is the backdrop for so many personal histories, so many stories of growing up.
Her parents started saving for her college education when Shaquice DaCosta was born, investing in College Saver Share Certificates for her and her brother, Aston DaCosta III.
Professor Eunice Sahle’s first love is teaching. A recipient of a 2011 Student Undergraduate Teaching Award, she is known for encouraging independent thought in the classroom.
Daniel Kreiss is looking at a busy election season as he investigates what’s different about 2012.
Eating disorders are commonly seen as something that teenagers and young women face, but a new study reveals that age is no barrier to disordered eating.
Carolina welcomes the Class of 2016 and returning students in this video that shows scenes from the first few days of fall semester and gives a musical “Welcome to Carolina.”
“Until you actually know what it means to take care of water, you won’t know the value of it. We need water. There isn’t a day that goes by that we don’t need water.” So says Texas resident Carlos Yescas in a new interactive film at 100gallons.org produced by students in Carolina’s School of Journalism…
Life’s twists made financing Colby Robbins’ education tough. Like her, more UNC students than ever qualify for need-based aid. Colby Robbins first heard about UNC as a little girl in upstate New York with dreams of soccer stardom. Long before she could apply to college, she wanted to come to Carolina. “This was my top choice.…
More UNC students than ever qualify for need-based aid. One is Prutha Lavani, who is traveling on a career path, thanks in part to family sacrifices. Read their stories.