For director Sylvia Mallory, a 10-minute play is more powerful than a full-length, multiple-act production.
Across the street from University Square, blue cranes no longer tower over Franklin Street. The vertical construction phase on 140 West Franklin has been completed, revealing a building that’s eight stories at its peak. Meltzer said they expect to finish construction by April. She said the project in total will cost $55 million.
In the Southern Community Park in Chapel Hill on Saturday, Muriel Williman showed off a handful of worms to an onlooking family.
Julian’s has brought its characteristic fashions to Chapel Hill for 70 years, and now its owners plan to extend their passion for color and style onto Franklin Street.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools are among the first in the nation to test a new, workforce-oriented technology course, one teachers say is raising the standard for high school computer applications classes.
While traveling the world with her husband — prominent fashion designer Bert Geiger — Lorraine Geiger carried a sketchbook filled with drawings of people whose clothing caught her eye.
This year, students looking to participate in Black History Month have a single place to look. UNC will host more than 30 events this February to celebrate black heritage and culture. In an effort to encourage students to attend the events, the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs compiled a calendar of all the activities hosted on its website.
The N.C. Jaycee Burn Center celebrated Thursday the dedication of its Acute Burn and Wound Unit, which added 15 beds for a total of 36 at the center.
Members of four campus groups are looking forward to receiving $15,000, free building space and faculty advising for their own social innovation.
The way Student Congress accounts for its property held by student organizations will be streamlined significantly if a bill presented before the body passes tonight.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners decided to recommend the route along N.C. 54 to the future Hillmont development for the proposed light rail from Chapel Hill to Durham.
Laura Rozo is a sophomore business and economics double major with a French minor. This summer while working for the local government in Azores, Portugal, she was diagnosed with stage 4 rhabdomyosarcoma, a cancer of the muscles. She is currently undergoing an aggressive clinical trial which combines chemotherapy and radiation. Carolina Hispanic Association held a “One Night to Make a Wish” benefit ball dedicated to Laura on Friday night. They raised more than $1,000 in ticket sales and donations.
Amidst roommate squabbles, mornings enhanced with shots of espresso and frustratingly intricate science labs, Parents’ Weekend was a break that helped new students put into perspective what the Carolina experience is about.
Check out this photo of one of UNC’s basketball greats in his room in Granville Towers in the 1980s. What do you think? Here’s what some students are saying: “He looks familiar…” — Calvary Diggs “He looks like he’s having fun.” — Scott Fentress “Oh! He’s singing in the rain!” — Camilla Brewer
A lone brown cardboard box stood in the middle of Hooker Field. A group of 20 students armed with Nerf guns cast a tentative glance around the empty field, then uniformly charged towards the box.