They spent two years writing, rewriting, collaborating, practicing and perfecting, and on Aug. 4, Ellis Dyson and the Shambles released their second full length album, “Henhouse.”
In Chapel Hill, comedy should be taken very seriously. But don’t worry, it’s still a laughing matter.
Pianos echoing in the quad, students spinning on contraptions in front of the Ackland Art Museum, muralists bringing life to the walls of the town. These were the sights and sounds of last school year's Arts Everywhere Day.
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are coming to Chapel Hill — to Might As Well, specifically — this week. They might not be the Ben Affleck and Matt Damon from "Good Will Hunting" or any red carpet ever, but LAB! Theater’s versions of "Matt & Ben" are just as rowdy and wild as the originals.
In August, Sam Sabin began her own podcast, “Good Grief," about the struggles she faces in finding herself after the death of her estranged father.
It’s the best day ever, every day. That’s how Terri Jo Rucinski, staff athletic trainer for UNC baseball, feels when REMINGTON, the baseball team’s golden retriever, is around.
The argument over the superiority of Moe’s or Chipotle is one of great debate and sometimes tension among American college students. But what do UNC students think?
My poor, unsuspecting roommates. So young, so innocent. They had no idea what was coming — it was probably better that way.
The Achordants are in harmonious accordance as they prepare to bring out the newest edition to their line of music recordings, which they are about halfway done recording.