Topics: Arts & Entertainment
Chase Rice said that Carolina can — and it did.
The Carolina Union Activities Board announced today that Chase Rice, a former UNC linebacker and a UNC class of 2008 graduate, will be the performer at the 2016 Jubilee concert.
The resume of the vast pool of UNC alumni just got a little bit more amazing.
Tonight is going to be lit.
There’s one creature that can go anywhere on UNC’s campus and be welcomed by all — a dog.
There’s no business like show business, and UNC Student Television station managers Gabrielle Garland and Christian Wisseh want to make it clear — STV is definitely a business.
Following the deaths of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha and Razan Abu-Salha, Triangle-area residents turned to art to grieve and make sense of the tragedies.
Author Karen Branan will be discussing her new book, “The Family Tree,” on Wednesday at Flyleaf Books. The book details her extensive research into a long-ignored lynching in Georgia — conducted by her own family. Staff writer Paige Connelly spoke to Branan about how often we look at history through “white-colored glasses.”
For many, hip hop and Native American cultures are not usually closely related.
Q&A with planning professor Andrew Whittemore on UNC-Chapel Hill’s Campus
Tonight, high school girls will hit high notes with UNC Women's Glee Club.
At University United Methodist Church, four local high school girls’ choirs will share the stage with UNC Women's Glee Club in the Carolina Women’s Choral Showcase.
In 1955, a 14-year-old teenager was brutally murdered. Sixty years later, his story is coming to the Sonja Haynes Stone Center.
Student filmmaker Stuart Schrader sat in his sophomore media production class, bored, confused and pissed off.
Each year, the creative writing program in the UNC English & Comparative Literature Department selects someone to be the Kenan Visiting Writer. For the 2015-2016 year, the department chose writer Matthew Olzmann. Olzmann will read this afternoon at New West to students, faculty and graduates. Staff writer Rashaan Ayesh spoke to him about his writing, his inspirations and his time at UNC so far
He was walking down Franklin Street when he saw her.
UNC students aren't giving Dry January a shot. http://www.dryjanuary.org.uk
The campaign, which promotes a month-long break from alcohol, wants to help people kickstart their new year, both mentally and physically. Its website says people experience a variety of benefits while participating, including better sleep, more energy and weight loss.
UNC students are going to prison.
UNC’s furriest resident has one semester to finish his UNC Bucket List.
Hill Hall has one semester of renovations under its belt. Classrooms are gutted, the auditorium is empty and walls are missing. Next fall, the music department anticipates it will be the performance space it has been longing for.
Not many people can rap. Even fewer people can rap for 12-and-a-half hours. And only one person can say he created the idea for a Guinness World Record-breaking cypher.
Live from Carroll Hall — it’s Bryan Tucker.