Twenty One Pilots perform their song, "Trees" at the Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday, Feb. 25.
Rolfe Neill was the editor-and-chief of The Daily Tar Heel in 1953-54 and the recipient of the second Distinguished Alumni Award. Neill, who later in his career became the publisher of The Charlotte Observer, gives advice to young journalists entering an uncertain world.
"You go into it thinking it's going to be much more than it is, but it's really not. It's just really awkward." Students share the stories behind their first kiss.
Thousands participated in the 11th annual HKonJ March February 11, a march organized by the North Carolina NAACP.
Three UNC students reflect on Donald Trump's first two weeks as president, and the resistance following policies like the "Muslim Ban."
Historian and singer-songwriter Anna Shternshis and Psoy Korolenko recreate lost Yiddish songs written by amateur poets and songwriters during the Second World War in the Soviet Union. Their lecture and performance was hosted by the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies as an event to remember and honor the Soviet Jewish people who were killed during the Holocaust.
UNC students gather on the steps of Wilson Library to write messages to N.C. representatives.
In response to an executive order banning Syrian refugees from entering the United States, protesters gathered in front of the post office on Franklin Street and at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
University Archivist Nicholas Graham preserves UNC records from when the University was founded to the present. He explores his favorite collections and his daily life in the stacks of Wilson Library.
UNC Students and Alumni joined together in front of South Building to stand in solidarity with Latinx students on campus.
The Carolina Men's Basketball team poses for photos and takes questions before they begin their 2016-2017 season.
President Barack Obama visited UNC-Chapel Hill in support of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Wednesday, Nov. 2. Filmed by: Nicholas Byrne Edited by: Vijay Rajkumar and Nicholas Byrne