Most first-years come to college with some social anxieties in mind: making friends, dating, the frequently discussed about “hook-up culture” millennials partake in.
Friday marked the rededication of “The Gift” — the artistic memorial to the Native American population in Chapel Hill. The ceremony was filled with music, dancing and speeches by campus members.
When students in JOMC 491 walked into class the first day this semester, all they knew was that they’d be working on a creative project for a local client.
Everyone has received a Facebook invitation, or 20, for benefit nights.
Most of the time, books come to Flyleaf Books ready for sale. The staff sees the final product, but not the arduous process of getting it bookshelf-ready.
The UNC Walk-Ons, a co-ed a cappella group, stood in a circle in Dey 307 on Friday night to rehearse for the last time before competing in the International Championship of Collegiate a Cappella South quarterfinals.
DSI Comedy Theater regularly hosts comedy shows featuring improvisation, stand-up and scenes based on the lives of well-known local figures like Gary Crunkleton of The Crunkleton bar. Behind the scenes, DSI comedians and staff train new comics in six-week classes focused on improvisation, sketch comedy or stand-up writing.
Standing before a picturesque field, with mountains and a setting sun in the background, Tyler Stevenson saw three young Afghan girls playing.
Each fall, upward of 600 students apply for the prestigious role of admissions ambassador. Roughly 60 are accepted, joining the 180 current ambassadors who lead tours and host events for students interested in UNC. While applicants come from all backgrounds, those with experience in the arts have a leg up on the sometimes nerve-wracking task of public speaking that giving tours requires.
Electronic musician Alex Botwin — better known as Paper Diamond — performed at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro on Sunday night as part of his Rain Drops North American tour. Staff writer Madison Flager spoke with Botwin about his recent performance, his custom sound system and his current tour.
For all the soon-to-be graduates without an answer to the ever-pleasant “What are you doing after graduation?” question yet, this one’s for you.
It’s that time of year when conversations with graduating seniors revolve around one thing: what you’re doing after graduation.
Binge Watch Guide is a blog series to lead you through the many available series for streaming.
Celebrities on Snapchat are just like us.
Seniors, we have six weeks left. Six more weeks of soaking up the sun on the quad, eating lunch in the pit and strolling around the Southern part of heaven basking in our pre-full-time-job glory.
Don’t let the complicated plot scare you away: "Jane the Virgin" is worth the temporary confusion.
They say not to judge a book by its cover, but Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear” looks like a piece of art, and reads like one too.
Chances are, at some point during your time at Carolina, you’ll have a friend from another school come visit, ready to see what exactly makes our town “the Southern part of heaven.”
Chapel Hill is a walking town.
Everyone’s favorite goodhearted man-child may not have graduated from college, but he sure does understand the ups and downs that occur at the beginning of each semester.