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Juan Pablo Garcia, a sophomore computer science major, is a UNC student and owner of local technology business GEEEK Squad. Staff writer Grace Carney asked him about his business and how he manages all of his responsibilities.
Austin Helms is a 2016 graduate of UNC. His new book, Orientation to Graduation, was written during his time at Carolina. Helms will be signing copies of his book in the Pit at noon on June 14, and will appear on WCHL radio at 8:30 a.m. that day. Staff Writer Sara Pequeño spoke with Helms about his unique experiences and how they've helped others gain a sense of what college is really like.
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.
Alex Koszeghy’s routine takes about an hour.She starts with a layer of body paint and covers her face, arms, stomach and legs.
Junior Stefanie Clinton didn’t come to UNC with an academic plan, but she knew her extracurricular activities would include theater.
Students and families flocked to the North Carolina Study Center on Battle Lane Friday night for an evening of music at UNC Chapter of International Justice Mission’s “Just Music!” benefit concert.
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.
Five graduate students from the class of 2016 are hosting a sneak peek of their documentary called Project Bucket that focuses on friendship, adventure, and self-discovery that they found through a list of 100 items on the UNC bucket list.
Oftentimes, political leaders and the policy decisions they make are viewed as the ultimate sources of environmental protection.
First-year Jack Sewell got a glimpse at fame when he tweeted a video of Luke Maye getting a standing ovation in BUSI 101 Monday morning.
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.
It was Friday, March 18, 1977. Jimmy Carter was president, and the top hit on the radio was Barbra Streisand’s “Evergreen,” the theme song from the 1976 film “A Star is Born.”
While many students consider the Duke-UNC rivalry to be an irreconcilable division, some things transcend rivalries — like the musical "Hamilton" and meme accounts.
Students in the Dean Dome got pretty lucky on Saturday night. Yeah, they won the lottery and got to go to the game. Yeah, they got to see the Tar Heels beat up on Grayson Allen and Dook.
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.
UNC Habitat for Humanity is hosting Mixed Concrete, the sixth annual art auction, this Saturday at 6 p.m. at TRU Deli + Wine to raise money to build a home for a family in need.
This Valentine's Day, many of us will most likely be watching Netflix, eating CVS bags of Reese's hearts and going through Tinder to find people who are as single as us.
In addition to applying to graduate school and making music under three different monikers, senior Nate Wagner has started a cassette tape label, Spare No Expanse.
Senior Hannah Jones came to UNC looking to do comedy.