This past Homecoming week maintained many of UNC’s traditions. But one thing was missing — the Homecoming concert.
Lauren Farrington, now a sophomore, took a first-year art seminar in spring and attended a dance show at Memorial Hall with her class. After attending a show with her class, she and a friend decided to attend an orchestra show.
The Bull’s Head Bookshop is centered on UNC.
The North Carolina Arts Council saw a 6.5 percent increase in state funding this year — the first increase in eight years.
Fourteen years after the anti-terrorism movement began, The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History is showing a documentary with a different side of the story: "(T)ERROR."
Less than a week after a former housekeeper sued the University for a hostile work environment — in a lawsuit that detailed a sex-for-hire scandal in the department — 11 University groups brought in an expert to speak about ways women can work together to make workplaces more inclusive.
With the challenges of school work, extracurriculars and a thriving social scene, UNC students might find it difficult to maintain any sort of relationship — never mind a long distance one. Yet many students are no strangers to long distance relationships and have their share of dating triumphs and pitfalls.
The man who got PlayMakers Repertory Company on sound financial footing will leave his post for Minneapolis’ Guthrie Theater in July.
A guitar, a bottle of bourbon and a copy of “The Chronicles of Narnia” were all singer-songwriter and UNC 2013 alumnus Charlie King needed on his getaway to write his sophomore album, “Path of the Moon.”