From Waffle House worker to Waffle Street author: UNC graduate James Adam writes about his experience
After acquiring an MBA in finance from UNC, James Adams went to work as a product manager in a hedge fund.
Senior Winne Wang and her golden retriever, Gracie, are changing the world one paw at a time.
The scene is set in the early 1900s in the train station of a small town a few miles south of Raleigh.
The Daily Tar Heel : What is your academic focus? Jodi Magness : I’m an archaeologist and I specialize in the archaeology of Palestine by which I mean the territory of modern Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian territories in the Roman, Byzantine and early Islamic periods, so basically from the first century to the eighth and ninth centuries.
Philip Maness, a UNC class of 2014 graduate, doesn’t f*ck with Duke.
PlayMakers Repertory Company is taking audiences on a journey of transformation with its 2016-17 season.
Valentine’s Day might be over, but it’s never too late to celebrate the language of love with the Tournées Festival, an event that brings French cinema to U.S. campuses during the month of February.