In October 2014, the public was given what was considered the end of UNC’s yearslong academic-athletic scandal: independent investigator Kenneth Wainstein’s report.
Sophomore Nikki McCurry didn’t expect withdrawing from the University for mental health reasons to be as taxing as it was.
Since the 2011 spring semester, the biology department has been one of the most popular for UNC's female students, according to data from the University Registrar's office.
I hate being called a “mystery.” Every now and then I’ll have a seemingly heartfelt conversation with one of my male friends and it will happen: “I don’t know, Sam, you’re mysterious.”
When Sellers walked into Walker’s for the first time as director two months ago, he entered a funeral home that only had one remaining employee from the previous management. Change was inevitable.
When I tell people that my biological father died in January, their eyes bulge, sadness overtakes them and the reactions like, “I’m sorry to hear that,” pour in.
The Daily Tar Heel asked 27 religious organizations on campus the same question: Does your organization support same-sex marriage?
I am not religious. I’m not sure if I’m an agnostic or just an atheist in denial, but I definitely do not practice any of the religions covered in The Daily Tar Heel’s special projects and investigations team’s Religion Issue today.
Shannon Ross walked on campus her first year worried she wouldn’t find a home.
Projects and Investigations Director Samantha Sabin talked to students and alumni from the UNC-system at Charlotte Pride, the largest LGBT Pride event in the Carolinas, about what the festival means to them.
Yes, yes, we know Selena Gomez's new album, Revival, came out more than a week ago. We know we're late. WE'RE SORRY. But José and Sam (who both work at The Daily Tar Heel and are our resident Selena Gomez fangirls experts) needed to get their feelings in order, which, ya know, was no small task.
Remember when you thought Hilary Duff was 'So Yesterday?' Director of Investigations and Special Projects Sam Sabin is here to prove you wrong.
Steph Stewart & the Boyfriends is a folk group headed by Catawba native and UNC graduate, Stephanie Stewart.
Brian King and David Prowse’s rock band, Japandroids, became famous overnight following the release of their first album in 2009. Now, three years later, the band is touring again for their newest album Celebration Rock, and stopping at the Cat’s Cradle Wednesday. Prowse spoke with Summer Arts and Diversions Editor Samantha Sabin about how the band formed, the origin of the band’s name and their growing popularity.
Arrested Development, Season 4 ???1/2 After seven years, the Bluths are back — stair car and all.
Ola Podrida is an Austin-based band headed by film composer David Wingo. The indie folk band released its third studio album, Ghosts Go Blind, _in April and have been on tour since the beginning of May.
Ryan Bingham is an Oscar and Grammy-winning, Americana musician. With an energetic new album, Tomorrowland_, Bingham has shows lined up across the country including on stop at The Lincoln Theater in Raleigh tonight.
Emil Kang, executive director for the arts at UNC, said he will come up with any excuse to take a walk through the campus — even giving a walking tour of Chapel Hill arts venues.