In a recent interview, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway coined the term "alternative facts," which has since gained popularity in both real life and meme culture
Of course the first Friday of the semester is a Friday the 13th. What else would it be?
Kellogg’s recently pulled advertising from self-described “alt-right” — a white nationalist movement — media outlet Breitbart. Some Breitbart readers have responded by boycotting the brand using the hashtag #DumpKelloggs.
Hasan Minhaj from “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" is performing Nov. 12 at the Great Hall at 7.30 p.m., and I don’t know about y’all, but we’re getting pretty hype about it.
I’m not usually the type to trifle with spirits. That’s truly some white nonsense.
I was walking down Franklin Street last Friday when I stumbled upon a Snapchat-worthy sight: someone wearing a poncho and a horse mask was playing an organ in the middle of the street.
UNC redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Jeremiah Clarke recently became Twitter famous for saying in an interview that he could teach a class on sliding in the DMs.
Have you always dreamt of being a meme? Well, this Halloween, don't let your memes be dreams. Here are some meme-inspired costumes you can wear on Franklin.
I love Tinder. Sorry mom. Catch me swiping on the toilet, in class and while I’m writing this article.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded UNC’s Injury Prevention Center a four-year, $1.79 million grant to evaluate the effectiveness of a rape education prevention program called Wise Guys: the Next Level.