Topics: Student Groups and Organizations
When Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt came to UNC as freshman in 1988, he was looking for a community, and he found one in the Carolina Gay Association.
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.
The Carolina Fishing Club is seeking to reel in a victory Saturday against Duke, but it’s more than just competition that lures students into the organization.
It took 1,001 nights for a fabled Persian king to tell stories to his wife, but UNC students only one to get more acquainted with Middle Eastern culture.
Students running for 18 vacant seats in Student Congress can start collecting signatures at 5 p.m. today.
On Friday, the basement of Avery Residence Hall will be the site of a food pantry for hungry, low-income students.
Carolina For the Kids Foundation, formerly known as Dance Marathon, plays it straight with their fundraising.
If a man in a hot dog costume is scarfing down a dozen doughnuts at the Old Well on Saturday morning, do not be alarmed — he is probably participating in the Dozen Doughnut Dash.
Travis St. Brice began to choke up.
The newest member of UNC’s Panhellenic Council — Alpha Phi sorority — will begin making its presence known on campus within the next few months.
Students made cards, attended a lecture and released pink balloons into the sky all in the name of breast cancer awareness among minorities.
UNC’s two major political student groups sparred in a debate on Monday, defending the respective positions of U.S. Senate candidates Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis.
The UNC Asian Students Association filled the Pit with yellow ribbons and umbrellas Monday in support of the current protests in Hong Kong calling for democracy.
For senior Lauren Kangas, Breast Cancer Awareness Month hits close to home.
Junot Diaz spent a couple of hours challenging convention in Memorial Hall on Saturday night.
The UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health will host students from across the country this weekend for the first American Mock World Health Organization conference
Gathering in front of bright dorm room television screens and over elaborate board games, UNC gamers have built a community of those who love to play.
For UNC basketball alumnus J.R. Reid, the question of whether student-athletes should be paid isn't a question at all.
It's not something that's talked about a lot. But for the Latino students at UNC, it's something that's felt everyday.
To relieve some midterm stress, students turned to getting their hands and feet a little dirty in the Pit.