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If you drank it, but it doesn't exist, the 410 calories don’t count, right?
Sometimes bad things happen to good people.
The argument over the superiority of Moe’s or Chipotle is one of great debate and sometimes tension among American college students. But what do UNC students think?
We all have that one friend who rolls pizza like sushi so that it fits into a coffee cup and manages to cram five plates of French fries into one to-go cup to take out of Lenoir. We respect and admire them and their ingenuity.
The time has come to don every remotely Carolina blue piece of clothing you own and bond with your fellow Tar Heels by screeching at the TV with all the mighty force of a thousand students stampeding to Walmart for a case of water.
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.
Whether you live on or off campus, we all have our lazy moments when dining out is just too much of a hassle. Even when the dining hall is a five-minute walk from home or less, delivery is occasionally a must for everyone.
Kidneys, livers and thymuses, oh my! This isn't a prop list for Sweeney Todd — it's what's on the menu during the "No Guts No Glory" event at Crook's Corner, which celebrates Scottish cuisine during the week of Robbie Burns (the national poet of Scotland) Night.
Because today is National Peanut Butter Day, I’d like to share a little story about my experiences with this wonderfully magical spread.
Snow down south is a big deal, y’all. Whether it’s just a light dusting that doesn’t even stick or the Snowmaggedon, the entire state of North Carolina shuts down.
Spaghetti and meatballs has been my favorite meal since before I could actually spell spaghetti.