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Students will let their voice be heard at The Bridge’s first ever UNC "Milk and Honey" event this Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.
Happy 4/20. Maybe you’re a kindred spirit, someone who asks the important questions. The questions that matter.
Live Action Clue is tonight at Wilson Library, that's no mystery. However, few people know the ins and outs of this event better than Emily Jack, digital projects and outreach librarian for Wilson Library's North Carolina Collection Gallery.
It’s spring in Chapel Hill, which means three things: every surface is covered in pollen, the Quad is always full of people and it’s becoming increasingly impossible to find somewhere to sit in the libraries because of finals.
Born and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina, J. Cole has been the Tar Heel state’s rapper for years.
Fans of “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda no longer have to wait until Durham Performing Arts Center’s 2018 “Hamilton” run to see the Tony Award winner’s work.
Carolina Campus Community Garden planted the seed of friendship in their event Saturday — Weed Dating.
A Final Four watch party will immediately follow the 2 Chainz Jubilee concert, which is scheduled to run from 8 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, the Carolina Union Activities Board announced Wednesday.
The Jubilee concert featuring 2 Chainz and the UNC men’s basketball team’s Final Four matchup against Oregon are both on Saturday.
Hosted by New Student and Carolina Parent Programs, Geek Week sets out to celebrate students who identify as geeks through their passions for movies, TV shows, gaming and much more.
This weekend, get ready for a celebration of Vietnamese culture at UNC.
In the fall, “Carolina Ahora” was established as the University’s first and only Spanish-language broadcast program produced through the School of Media and Journalism.
Many college classes follow the same format, which centers on lectures, papers and tests. Often times, the knowledge gained may never be applied outside of the class and monotony certainly kicks in.
Last weekend, Annie Simpson constructed the idea for the event Headshots Against Hate. Then she put it on Facebook, where over 150 people are listed as interested and over 50 are listed as attending.
Pull out your pitch pipe, because this weekend is gonna be aca-awesome.
Senior Hannah Jones came to UNC looking to do comedy.
If you’ve ever been in Lenoir Hall you’ve definitely noticed a few things — yes, the cookies are delicious. Yes, the Chick-fil-A line will be eight miles long between classes every morning. And no, they won’t give you a biscuit at 10:31 a.m., even if you’ve been waiting in line since 7:30 a.m.
The worlds of symphony orchestra and classic rock will collide tonight at the “Heroes Tribute: A Celebration of the Music of Philip Glass, David Bowie and Brian Eno.”
For many, sharing stories is a method of solidarity.
Attending UNC is a privilege that gets taken for granted, and the memory of the day you receive your acceptance usually gets forgotten in the midst of stress and exams.