The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted their annual step show Thursday at Memorial Hall. The Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity performed their routine based on the popular movie, The Purge Anarchy.

Minority fraternities and sororities look to secure plots

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. 


The Homecoming Issue 2014

The Daily Tar Heel presents its 2014 Homecoming Issue.

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Rani Reddy

Chatting with Miss UNC candidate Rani Reddy

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

Chatting with Miss UNC candidate Alyssa Townsend

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

Chatting with Miss UNC candidate Jamison Kies

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.