Thousands gathered in The Pit for a vigil Wednesday evening in memory of Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha and Deah Shaddy Barakat.
Students gathered together in front of Saunders Hall Friday in protest of it's being named after William L. Saunders, a UNC alumnus, North Carolina politician, and University trustee who was also a Grand Dragon for the state Ku Klux Klan.
The Combat Paper Project visited UNC Saturday as a part of their Workshop Tour. Open to the public, the workshop aims to allow a creative space for veterans to create works of art using their uniforms worn in service.
We spoke with Thrill City owner Ryan Cocca at his shop to discuss the town favorite.
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.
Arts and Culture editor Gabbie Cirelli speaks to students about what they find attractive in a partner.
Memorial Hall hosted Gloriana, Earl Sweatshirt and the NPHC Step Show for Homecoming 2014.
The Loreleis, an all-female a cappella group at UNC, had its Fall Jam, "A Starry Night," on Friday Nov. 7, 2014.
More than 32,000 people came to Chapel Hill for Halloween in 2014.
The Clef Hangers had their fall concert in Memorial Hall on Friday, Oct. 25, 2014.
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.
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.
Roland Lazenby, author of Michael Jordan: The Life, came to the Student Stores on Friday to sign copies of his recently-released biography.