Here's this week's itinerary for you Chapel Hill/Durham folks!
Need a dog? Need a brew? Wanna watch a movie? We've got you covered. Use our list of events for all ages to plan your weekend and take part in all our area has to offer.
Police report roundup for May 31 to June 5.
"People are biased. Career journalists often work for years to train their biases out of themselves, to keep emotions from spilling into the work. But no matter how much effort is put into this task, it is fruitless."
Dogs, emo music and a whole lot of food — if you are looking for something to do with your family, partner, new subletter or classmate from your eight-person summer class, the DTH has got you covered.
If selected as editor-in-chief for the next school year, junior Rachel Jones, current online managing editor, said she wants to use her diverse professional experience on staff to lead the paper into the new age of media.
The Pit became known for the protests and demonstrations it held and turned into a symbol of change for UNC. To this day, that meaning holds true.
On Dec. 3, 1792, Revolutionary War Gen. William R. Davie and five other men were having a picnic. It was this meeting that would decide the location of the University, and it was this man for whom one of UNC’s many monuments would be named: the Davie Poplar.
The Chapel Hill Fire Department responded to an explosion on McCorkle Place Thursday afternoon after 3 p.m. The Daily Tar Heel is working to get more information.