In the third installment of "The Last Semester," a group of friends reunite for their last party at UNC during finals week.
In our second installment of "The Last Semester," we joined our group of seniors at their senior graduation portrait session.
UNC student Bronwyn Fadem tends to bee hives at Chapel Hill's Hope Gardens.
Have a question about UNC that you're too embarrassed to ask out loud? Submit it to us using this anonymous form and we'll help you get it answered. In this video, senior Amanda Lee explains what the Order of the Bell Tower is, and how the organization helps keep UNC traditions alive.
The stars of You Asked for It finally answer your insane advice submissions, and now you can see their faces moving while they do it.
Videographer Abby Igoe is following a group of UNC seniors as they enjoy their last semester of college together. In this first installment, Abby spent time with the friends as they cooked a traditional Colombian meal at home.
Daily Tar Heel videographer Kasia Jordan stopped students on the way to class to ask what was playing in their earbuds. Find out what tunes UNC students are listening to while walking through the quad!
UNC students and faculty held a walkout Tuesday protesting UNC-system President Margaret Spellings' first day on the job. The protest was organized by various organizations, including the UNC-Chapel Hill BOG Democracy Coalition and Faculty Forward.
Daily Tar Heel videographer Elaine Zhang captured protesters at the steps of Wilson Library. Read the full story here.
The Bernie Sanders campaign made a stop in North Carolina Sunday with the opening of the Triangle Bernie Headquarters in Durham.
At its inaugural alumni homecoming, the Daily Tar Heel honored Edwin Yoder, a 1956 UNC graduate and Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Tar Heel from 1955-1956, with the first Distinguished Alumni Award. Videographer Stephanie Lamm spoke with Yoder and others about the legacy of his work at the DTH and his later career in journalism.
Check out professor Robin Cunningham in our latest installment of "Professors Reading their Reviews." Have a teacher you'd like to see in our series? Submit suggestions in the comments below or tweet @MultimediaDTH.
Editor-in-chief Paige Ladisic explains why there will be no print edition of The Daily Tar Heel on Jan. 22.
Art history professor Dorothy Verkerk reads her reviews on Rate My Professors in our latest installment of "Professors Reading their Reviews." Tweet professor suggestions for our next videos to @MultimediaDTH.
The Daily Tar Heel asked UNC students about their New Year's resolutions. Tell us some of yours in the comments below!