In the past few weeks, Monday night trivia at Country Fried Duck has been a trending event. From SpongeBob SquarePants trivia to last night's Mean Girls trivia, the venue has gained a reputation for fun and relatable game nights. Staff writer Joseph Held spoke to Country Fried Duck Manager John Gunn about pop culture, sex trivia and the game itself.
Kevin Garrett is a singer/songwriter from Pennsylvania who played at Cat's Cradle on Sunday night. He’s toured with Alessia Cara, Oh Wonder, James Vincent McMorrow, and, soon, Mumford and Sons.
A study showing the existence of seven Earth-sized planets 40 light-years away was published Wednesday in "Nature," a scientific journal.
Twenty One Pilots began in 2009 as a few high school friends performing their songs in living rooms in central Ohio.
The argument over the superiority of Moe’s or Chipotle is one of great debate and sometimes tension among American college students. But what do UNC students think?
Last weekend, Annie Simpson constructed the idea for the event Headshots Against Hate. Then she put it on Facebook, where over 150 people are listed as interested and over 50 are listed as attending.
UNC Habitat for Humanity is hosting Mixed Concrete, the sixth annual art auction, this Saturday at 6 p.m. at TRU Deli + Wine to raise money to build a home for a family in need.
LAB! Theatre, the oldest and largest student performing company in Chapel Hill, is putting on 30 Plays in 60 Minutes tonight at the UNC Center for Dramatic Art.
It's that time of year again. The atmosphere of college basketball is in the minds of many students at the University of North Carolina.
Humans have been telling stories for thousands of years, constantly passing down tales to the next generation.
Monday’s installment of ABC’s most addictive trash television show, “The Bachelor,” was the most important episode of the season so far — all four contestants took Nick to their hometowns for the one of the biggest steps in any relationship: meeting the ‘rents (and nanny?).
The fourth Oscars Preview Night, sponsored by the Program in the Humanities and the General Alumni Association, took place last night at the Varsity Theater.