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Officials say coverings have been found on smoke alarms at a fraternity house and that five University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill fraternity members have been charged.
A University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill hearings panel has dismissed an honor court case against a graduate student who colored a Confederate statue on campus with ink and blood.
UNC-Chapel Hill interim Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz was faced with a question about controversy immediately during his introductory press conference on Thursday.
Former Gov. Pat McCrory and ex-U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre will be teaching about politics and leadership starting next month at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The last remnants of a Confederate statue were removed from North Carolina's flagship public university early Tuesday at the request of UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt.
The chancellor of North Carolina's flagship public university says the school will remove the pedestal where a Confederate statue stood until protesters tore it down.
An honor court at North Carolina's flagship public university directed a graduate student who poured red ink and her own blood on a Confederate monument on campus to perform community service and gave her a warning letter.
UNC Chancellor Carol Folt said in a conference call with members of the media Friday that a "clear path" is in place to move the now-toppled Silent Sam statue from the spot where it stood on the Chapel Hill campus for 113 years.
A police chief assisting with crowd control during a protest at the University of North Carolina told his officers to stand aside as protesters tore down a century-old Confederate monument, according to documents obtained by a television station.