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Defeated North Carolina Student Body Presidential Candidate Challenges Election, Objects To Dean's Email Opposing His '25 By 2025' Platform

Daily Tar Heel, Student Contests Law School Election: The loser of the Student Bar Association presidential election is challenging the results in the Student Supreme Court. Former presidential candidate Billy Piontek claims the elections committee failed to hold a fair, unbiased election. On April 14, Piontek filed the complaint about...

New North Carolina football uniforms feature argyle

Bold choice, Tar Heels. North Carolina released new uniforms across all sports Monday and wait... is that argyle? ENHANCE: That is argyle! The other white and black versions of the Tar Heels' uniforms will also feature argyle, both at...Show More Summary

Marcus Paige Will Return to UNC for Senior Season: Latest Details and Reaction

The North Carolina Tar Heels got a big boost to their 2015-16 roster with the reported return of star guard Marcus Paige for his senior season. Per Bret Strelow of The Fayetteville Observer, Paige's father said his son will be a TarShow More Summary

Why the Tar Heels will win the 2016 NCAA Tournament

With the 2015 NCAA basketball season ending in a Duke Championship, many North Carolina basketball fans are quickly looking to 2016 for Roy William’s team to improve on their Sweet 16 run in this year’s tournament. Without a doubt, expectations...Show More Summary

Fewer southern accents in the Triangle

So reports the Daily Tar Heel, based upon research by an N.C. State linguistics professor. The key point: Although the main stimulant of the withdrawal of the Southern accent came with new people, existing residents also changed their dialect, [ N.C. State associate professor of linguistics Robin Dodsworth]  said. A bad connotation started to accompany […]

Former UNC G Bobby Frasor Trolls Duke, Marshall Plumlee During National Title

It’s pretty obvious which team former North Carolina guard Bobby Frasor is rooting for in the national championship game.  It’s not Duke.  So, the former Tar Heel was pretty happy with the play of Blue Devils’ big man Marshall Plumlee early in the first half against Wisconsin. Show More Summary

We Remember: Tyler Hansbrough Bloodied After Being Elbowed by Gerald Henderson

Back on March 4, 2007, Duke and North Carolina met in Chapel Hill. The game itself wasn't that close, as the Tar Heels pulled away for an 86-72 victory, but it did feature a moment that will never be forgotten by basketball fans. North...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: The Top 5 Highlights from UNC's Postseason

The North Carolina Tar Heels didn't win as many games during the regular season as folks would have hoped. They made up for it in the postseason, though. Their run started in the ACC tournament, where the fifth-seeded Heels made it all...Show More Summary

NRA News Host Lectures College Students: "Burden" Of Stopping Sexual Assaults "Is On The Victim"

National Rifle Association News host Cam Edwards lashed out at a Daily Tar Heel editorial that argued guns are not the solution to campus sexual assault by claiming that the "burden" of stopping sexual assaults and other violent crimes...Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Biggest Storyline to Watch in Tar Heels Offseason

Good postseason showings in both the ACC and NCAA tournaments helped to cover up for the fact that the North Carolina Tar Heels were super shaky down the stretch of the season. Now heading into the offseason, a number of concerns and...Show More Summary

While a major question remains unanswered, No. 4 North Carolina can be special in 2015-16

The Tar Heels should return every piece to its rotation next season, but what happens with the NCAA inquiry will have an impact as well.

N.C.'s Marijuana Bill Fight: Please Don't Misuse Bible's Genesis Verse to Support Legalization

Proponents were also angry – very angry at times. Much of that anger was directed at me because I've been at the center of the opposition to proposals for medicinal marijuana in the Tar Heel state since they were first introduced in 2009. Show More Summary

We Remember: 33rd Anniversary of Michael Jordan's Tournament Winner for UNC

On this date 33 years ago, a North Carolina Tar Heels freshman named Michael Jordan hit a last-minute shot to win a national championship. With North Carolina trailing Georgetown by one point with 15 seconds remaining, Jordan gave his team a 63-62 lead by draining a clutch jumper. Show More Summary

Travel to North Carolina – Episode 461

Hear about travel to North Carolina as the Amateur Traveler talks to Karen Dawkins of familytravelsonabudget.com about the Tar Heel State. We cover from Mount Mitchell in the west to the Outer […] The post Travel to North Carolina –Show More Summary

North Carolina Basketball: Final Grades for the Tar Heels' 2014-15 Season

A return to the Sweet 16 and a spot in the ACC title game highlighted what was a rather up-and-down season for North Carolina in 2014-15. A wealth of talent, a deeper lineup than the year before and an abundance of size inside made it...Show More Summary

North Carolina's season ends in NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16

After NCAA exit, Tar Heels aim to build on up-and-down season with return of veteran team        

Dean Smith Will Leaves $200 to Each of His Former Players for “Dinner Out” (Pic)

The North Carolina Tar Heels may have been eliminated from the 2015 NCAA Tournament on Thursday, but Tar Heels fans still have reason to smile today thanks to Dean Smith. The legendary men’s basketball coach passed away on February 7 at the age of 83. But on Thursday it was revealed that the Dean Smith […]

UNC's Strong Finish Shows the Sky's the Limit for Loaded Tar Heels Next Year

LOS ANGELES—Thirty minutes after Thursday’s 79-72 loss to Wisconsin in the Sweet 16, the North Carolina Tar Heels weren’t sure how to act. While some players bemoaned the second-half mistakes that led to their demise against the Badgers...Show More Summary

Dean Smith To His Former Players: Dinner’s On Me!

Dean Smith, North Carolina Tar Heels’ iconic basketball coach, surprised all of his former players with $200 to go have dinner on him, according to NBC Sports. During the execution of his will, Smith, who died on February 7, had a letter and a check sent to all of the former Tar Heel players. Show More Summary

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