The biannual gamefest was held by UNC Esports, the largest video gaming club on campus. The student organization has 400 to 500 active members ranging from undergraduate students to alumni.
Witnessing the stock market plunge in a few seconds on Feb. 5 was a painful experience for Zicheng Ye, a senior economics major who created his investment portfolio four months ago to help him learn the real market.
The Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars organized the 2018 Lunar Year Celebration, giving students the opportunity to celebrate Chinese culture through this traditional Chinese festival.
At the Ackland Art Museum, a special exhibit celebrating womanhood and French culture brings the community together to honor a UNC professor after her death.
Junior Leo Li stepped into Steele Building to declare his double major in math and biostatistics last November. It was the seventh time he changed his major.
Davis Library put up additional signs last Friday to prevent students from entering floors 7 and 8, which are currently under construction to install further safety measures.
High heels, body glitter, shiny skirts — a student-run secret fashion show lit up the night.
Paulette Ramsay, a senior lecturer in Spanish at the University of the West Indies, introduced her new book about the history of Afro-Mexicans being ignored by mainstream Mexican society in a lecture on Thursday.
From the moment people stepped on the red carpet until the last song was played, joy spread across the George Watts Hill Alumni Center on Thursday night with UNC’s third annual Joy Prom.
Zapatos Express, a business created by students, now offers a shoe cleaning service with free delivery and drop-offs. Brandon Ivey, the founder of Zapatos Express, said he came up with the idea for the business when he realized that everyone’s shoes get ruined but there are no services on campus to help students.
UNC Esports held their biannual gamefest on Saturday in Sitterson Hall.
Melissa Hyde, co-curator of the exhibition from the University of Florida, was a longtime friend of Mary D. Sheriff.
Signs in Davis Library regarding the construction project.
Floors 7 and 8 in Davis Library are under construction.