When Robert DeGolian envisioned his first year at UNC, he didn't expect it would include meeting not one, but two, presidents.
By Crystal YuilleForget Coachella. UNC’s oldest a cappella group, the Clef Hangers, is hosting its annual winter concert, now called Clefchella, this weekend.
UNC’s Clef Hangers performed on national TV Sunday — on QVC’s “In the Kitchen with David.”
About 1,300 people packed into Memorial Hall Saturday night for the Clef Hangers’ annual fall concert — a night complete with Carolina Blue bow ties, flawless harmonies and an eclectic mix of musical selections.
What do the UNC Clef Hangers, the Loreleis and fried Girl Scout Cookies have in common? All three are a part of the 2012 N.C. State Fair.
Despite a large turnout, an impromptu Sunset Serenade in the Pit Monday night was dampened — not by rain, but by a violation of University policy.
A cappella powerhouses the Clef Hangers and Harmonyx are teaming up for a night of song, all in support of a good cause.
All-male a cappella groups the Clef Hangers and The Achordants have both enjoyed well-attended concerts in the past, but other than their ability to draw large crowds, the two groups are more different than they are alike. This weekend, both groups will offer their fall concerts to the community.
While UNC student organizations help students find their niche in campus life, the organizations themselves are having difficulty finding their places on campus.
Hark the sound of Tar Heel voices. All-male, all-female and co-ed a cappella groups around the University are warming up for a busy year with auditions beginning this week.Clef Hangers
The birds aren't the only ones singing as UNC's a cappella season kicks into high gear.Many groups are presenting their marquee concerts as the year draws to a close."Spring is definitely the busier semester for us," said Cassie Criswell, concert manager for the Loreleis.
A typical show at Memorial Hall for two of the major a cappella groups at UNC is a sight to see. A sold-out house of screaming fans awaits the talented musicians, and when the singing starts, the screaming doesn't stop there.