Business As Usual: Sutton's Drug Store

Sutton's Drug Store has been serving the Chapel Hill community for nearly 100 years and doesn't look to be shutting down anytime soon.  We spoke with co-owner Don Pinney about why it's been so successful after all this time.

MLK Memorial Rally

Members of the Chapel Hill community gathered in the Peace and Justice Plaza early Monday morning to celebrate the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

What do you find sexy?

Arts and Culture editor Gabbie Cirelli speaks to students about what they find attractive in a partner.

Homecoming 2014 at Memorial Hall

Memorial Hall hosted Gloriana, Earl Sweatshirt and the NPHC Step Show for Homecoming 2014.

Loreleis Fall Jam 2014

The Loreleis, an all-female a cappella group at UNC, had its Fall Jam, "A Starry Night," on Friday Nov. 7, 2014.

Midterm elections in Chapel Hill

Midterm elections were held Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014.

Halloween draws 32,000 to Chapel Hill

More than 32,000 people came to Chapel Hill for Halloween in 2014.

Charli XCX comes to Cat's Cradle

Charli XCX gave a free concert at Cat's Cradle on Tuesday night.

Clef Hangers fall concert

The Clef Hangers had their fall concert in Memorial Hall on Friday, Oct. 25, 2014.

Carolina Dining Services hosts Feeding the 5,000

On Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, Carolina Dining Services hosted Feeding the 5,000, a free lunch made of food that would not have been sold or would have been thrown away.

Faculty Athletics Committee discusses Wainstein report

Carol Folt, Jim Dean and other members of the Faculty Athletics Committee met Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, to discuss the findings of the Wainstein report.

Michael Jordan biographer comes to campus

Roland Lazenby, author of Michael Jordan: The Life, came to the Student Stores on Friday to sign copies of his recently-released biography.

Late Night With Roy 2014

Late Night with Roy, the first practice of the season for the UNC men's basketball team, was held Friday in the Dean E. Smith Center.

Reducing stigma and raising awareness

Stigma Free Carolina is a campaign designed to reduce stigma around mental health issues and treatment at UNC.

Students dance to "Thriller" for scholarship awareness

On Friday afternoon the UNC Dance Team led students in a choreographed dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" to raise awareness for the Ever Carson Scholarship.

Carrboro hosts more than 180 music groups for annual festival

More than 180 groups performed at the annual Carrboro Music Festival this weekend.

UNC ROTC commemorates 9/11

Members of the UNC ROTC ran more than 2,000 stairs in Kenan Memorial Stadium on the morning of Sept. 11, 2014. They did this in recognition of the stairs in each tower of the World Trade Center and in honor of those who lost their lives there on Sept. 11, 2001.

Project Dinah members respond to UNC's new sexual assault policy

UNC recently released changes and additions to its policy on sexual assault, including clarified definitions of consent and coercion. Project Dinah members weigh in on the changes.

Faith Hedgepeth's parents plead for information

The Chapel Hill Police Department released new details on the investigation of Faith Hedgepeth's 2012 homicide on Sept. 4, 2014. They released footage of Hedgepeth's parents, Roland and Connie, asking the public to come forward with any information about her death.

Footage courtesy of the Chapel Hill Police Department.

UNC football defeats Liberty University 56-29

UNC defeated Liberty University 56-29 in the 2014 season opener.