Junior Lilli Mercho made sure to lock the doors of her home on East Longview Street in Chapel Hill — but that didn’t stop burglars from breaking into her home last summer.
Louanne Watley was born in Danville, Ky., but considers Chapel Hill her home. She graduated from Duke University, taught nursing at UNC and opened her own yarn shop in town. Although her life is in Chapel Hill, her afterlife may be a different story.
Big names like Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr and most recently Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas are canceling their concerts in North Carolina to protest House Bill 2.
Joseph Han never has a Monday.
A little creativity was all it took for a UNC graduate to turn his Carrboro home into a recording studio.
A small index card from 1983 has made English professor Connie Eble famous.
Hill Hall has one semester of renovations under its belt. Classrooms are gutted, the auditorium is empty and walls are missing. Next fall, the music department anticipates it will be the performance space it has been longing for.
Panicked students flip through notes in a last-ditch effort to absorb the material. The only open seat is in the middle of the normally-spacious 400-person lecture hall. That tiny foldable desk is where it happens — the final exam.
Walking down Main Street in Carrboro, it’s hard to miss the historical marker dedicated to Elizabeth “Libba” Cotten. A famous folk artist, the Chapel Hill legend developed her own style of guitar playing that influenced musicians like the Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan.
While hundreds of Chapel Hill and Carrboro students played in the snow, actors and technicians for East Chapel Hill High School’s Theater Department were busy improvising to keep...