The UNC Tar Heels kept their winning streak alive at the Dean Smith Center on Thursday, February 20. Students stormed the court and Franklin Street, celebrating with chants, dances and the alma mater.
UNC student and Co-President of Vinyl Records, Carter Fourqurean, tells us what's so special about one of UNC's best kept secrets. Located inside of Hill Hall on the north side of campus, Vinyl Records seeks to give budding artists a place to call home in their state of the art music studio.
The Chapel Hill Public Library is celebrating Banned Books Week by handing out seven different trading cards, featuring local artists' depictions of banned or challenged books.
As the saying goes, there are some things money can’t buy.
“We will not bow down to racism. We will not bow down to injustice. We will not bow down to exploitation.”
Some shouted and some were almost brought to tears as more than 50 people expressed their thoughts about a controversial redevelopment plan in Chapel Hill.
At UNC and Division I universities across the country, the spotlight is on student-athletes — and it’s not moving.
Judge Stuart Namm’s years as a whistleblower, exposing what he saw as the failings of the judicial system, were the worst seven years of his life.