Hosted by New Student and Carolina Parent Programs, Geek Week sets out to celebrate students who identify as geeks through their passions for movies, TV shows, gaming and much more.
This weekend, get ready for a celebration of Vietnamese culture at UNC.
Company Carolina is performing the 1968 musical comedy, The Producers this weekend at the Historic Playmakers Theatre in its 23rd year of production. The student-led theater group performs five to seven shows each year, stage manager Erik Koehler said. ...
Fists beating on the table. Perspiration forming on the faces of Tar Heel fans young and old. Legs shaking and Tar Heel chants erupting through the bars across the country.
Every March, spring rolls in, the clocks jump forward an hour (damn you, Daylight Savings) and utter madness ensues as millions of Americans obsess over 68 college basketball teams for a few weeks.
In the fall, “Carolina Ahora” was established as the University’s first and only Spanish-language broadcast program produced through the School of Media and Journalism.
Drinking games, when played responsibly, can be fun. Here in the good ol’ U.S., we tend to enjoy a good few rounds of “Circle of Death."
I live on a floor filled with other exchange students. Two weeks ago, we spent a Saturday night all crammed into one room with laptops and maps spread out around us.
In an effort to capture the sounds of the city, we're talking to each classic Chapel Hill bar and asking them to make a playlist of what they think their bar sounds like
Only three years removed from the Mercer fiasco, and with Lehigh upsetting the Devils two years before that, Duke has again been upset early in the big dance.
March Madness is officially upon us. Villanova is already out, Duke lost last night to South Carolina and Obama has us winning in his bracket.
It was Friday, March 18, 1977. Jimmy Carter was president, and the top hit on the radio was Barbra Streisand’s “Evergreen,” the theme song from the 1976 film “A Star is Born.”