The Daily Tar Heel presents its 2014 Homecoming Issue.
Topics: The Homecoming Issue 2014
Members of UNC’s National Pan-Hellenic Council took to Memorial Hall Thursday night for their annual step show, a feature of their Homecoming week events.
For the first time ever, the Carolina Union Activities Board hosted two Homecoming concerts this year — but the new system may not stick around to see a second year.
Born and raised in Chapel Hill, Meghan Cabell, a political science major and education minor, made it her mission to embrace every aspect of University life.
When Dick Spangler walks toward you, you can see his genius from yards away.
Tar Heel identity tends to run in families, as is the case with the Spruill sisters.
Chelsea Krivanek, a nursing major from Morrisville, has a vision of seeing UNC go green.
Rani Reddy, a public policy major from Cary, is still a student, but she’s already getting involved in improving the education of others. She is the chapter leader of Students for Education Reform and communications coordinator for APPLES service learning — her proposed service project is also education-oriented.
Alyssa Townsend, a journalism major from Raleigh, wants to use the Miss UNC award to put smiles on Tar Heels’ faces. She is the current president of National Pan-Hellenic council and is the publicity chairwoman for the Black Student Movement.
Jamison Kies, from Concord, N.C., is a psychology major with a minor in biology. She is chapter president of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, solicitation sub-chairwoman of the event donations committee of the Carolina For the Kids Foundation and she is involved in the Carolina Pre-Physician Assistant Association and the Order of Omega.
Alec Dragelin said he got excited when he found out running for Mr. UNC included a service component.
Born in Shelby, Russell VanZomeren is double majoring in history and peace, war and defense.
Roderick “Dee” Gladney is a native of Thomasville and is majoring in chemistry.
Darrin Benjumea knows from personal experience the kind of impact summer camp can have on a child.
Editors at The Daily Tar Heel tasked senior writer Bob Bryan with answering one question: Why do you love UNC?
His family — all four children, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren — gathered in the Peebles room of the George Watts Hill Alumni Center.
You can hardly fit all of the titles in one breath.