The Ackland Art Museum is celebrating its 60th birthday with an interactive exhibit around campus and a private opening of their new exhibit, “Birthday Presents.”
Rachael Flatt, an Olympian figure skater, is now a Ph.D. student at the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders. Flatt and Dr. Cynthia Bulik, also an award-winning figure skater, are studying how technology can aid in preventing eating disorders such as bulimia or binge eating. Flatt is motivated by her personal experience, remembering the pressures of the sport to always be thin and fit.
It takes 17 minutes to walk to the Pit from Hinton James Residence Hall, according to the Carolina Housing website. Going to Franklin Street adds ten more to the trek. When your friends are just a suite away, it’s not too bad. But things gets tricky when they’re in Lark, Chapel Ridge or a house in Carrboro.
Professor Kris Jordan incorporates the show "The Office" in his lectures to welcome his students to COMP 110.
Internships are an integral part of the college experience, and are often the first step in the post-graduation job search. This summer, students left Chapel Hill for Charlotte, New York City, Austin and even Africa. The Daily Tar Heel asked students to share some of the companies and organizations where they took their talents.
College is often the last time dancers will be able to do something they’ve been doing since childhood. For graduating seniors in Blank Canvas Dance Company, their annual Spring Showcase is the finale to a lifelong passion.
For the 2018 Jubilee concert, Waka Flocka Flame performed in cold and rainy conditions. Despite the weather, some UNC students made the journey out to Hooker Fields to hear him perform with openers DJ Luke Nasty and Hollywood COLD. Staff writer Sara Pequeño asked five UNC students what they thought of Waka Flocka’s performance — or if they didn’t go, why not.
Sam Burchfield is a folk artist from Atlanta who is performing at Local 506 this Thursday at 8 p.m. Staff writer Sara Pequeño talked to him about his musical journey and how his "American Idol" experience helped him discover what kind of artist he wanted to be.
“She Started It,” a documentary on female entrepreneurship, will be shown for free at the CoOperative office in Graham, N.C. on Thursday at 6:30. It is the second documentary they’ve shown this year as part of an effort to raise awareness of entrepreneurship in the community.
"A combination of 'The Breakfast Club' and 'Bridesmaids,'" the comedy play "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" premiers this weekend at the William Peace Theatre.