Stories tagged: "UNC-Chapel Hill"


UNC head coach Roy Williams celebrates after his team's 89-72 victory over Michigan State in this file photo from the championship game at the men's NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament in 2009. (Image via AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
No April Fool’s Joke: Roy Williams to Retire from UNC Basketball

Roy Williams, the head coach of UNC’s basketball team is retiring, after nearly five decades of coaching.

Championship game time
Down to the Wire with the NC State Fair and Outer Banks Vying for the Best of NC Championship. Here’s How to Vote.

We love basketball, brackets, and North Carolina, which is why we're launching a “Best of NC” Tournament.

Police stand guard after the confederate statue known as Silent Sam was toppled in Aug. 2018 by protesters on campus at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C.  (File photo by AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)
From Silent Sam to the US Capitol: Why We Should Have Seen the Violence Coming

The white supremacists who overtook the US Capitol got their start in places like Chapel Hill, where UNC authorities failed to recognize the dangers sparked by Silent Sam.

The bell tower at UNC-Chapel Hill. NC's flagship university jettisoned in-person classes after several coronavirus hotspots popped up on campus this month. (Image via Shutterstock)
State Employees Head Demands UNC System ‘Step Up’ and Hold Reckless Students Accountable

After coronavirus forces UNC-Chapel Hill shutdown, head of state employee group says UNC System must ‘step up’ and hold students accountable.

FILE - In this Wednesday, March 18, 2020, file photo, people remove belongings on campus at UNC-Chapel Hill, amid the coronavirus pandemic. NC's flagship university moved all classes online and plans to send thousands of students home after several coronavirus hotspots developed on campus in the last week. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)
UNC-Chapel Hill Cancels In-Person Classes. Staff and Faculty Fume It Didn’t Come Sooner.

After coronavirus clusters emerged on UNC-Chapel Hill's campus, officials to move all classes online and send 4,000 undergraduates home.