As a way to focus more on studying, Maddie DeVries decided to unplug from social media when midterms began. Now, she's realizing how much better she is without it, and she's staying logged off.
Haven't seen your friends in a couple of weeks? They're probably playing Fortnite. “I think what makes it so addicting is the fast pace of the game, especially toward the end,” UNC junior Lily James said. “It’s really intense, so whether you win or lose, you’re kind of like, ‘I’m ready to go again.’” The newest online video game sensation, Fortnite: Battle Royale, combines “The Hunger Games," Call of Duty and Minecraft in a fast-paced, every-man-for-himself slugfest. Each game drops 100 players onto an island where they can gather weapons, shields and materials to build forts. The goal? Be the last one standing.
Bitcoin this, litecoin that. It seems as if the days of nickels and dimes are over. Now, the only coins anyone ever talks about can’t be seen, held or, to be honest, spent on really anything. In this age of technology, even cold, hard cash is going digital, and some expect cryptocurrencies to be the future of finance.
As snow covered the University last week, students across campus frolicked in the absence of classes. But for some, the wintery weather didn’t mean time off, as the University remained in Condition 2: Suspended Operations — where classes are canceled, but the University remains open for mandatory operations. This means some workers, like employees of Carolina Dining Services, must still report to work.
UNC and the Town of Chapel Hill announced a new program Wednesday allowing students to register off-campus parties in hopes of reducing noise complaint citations.
As students begin to travel home, Thanksgiving break marks the start of several time-honored holiday traditions.
Over 80 amateur detectives descended upon the aisles of Wilson Library Monday evening to try and solve a Carolina murder mystery, as the library hosts its semi-annual game of Clue.
Flyleaf Books will host two university professors Tuesday to discuss their newest poetry books.
Netflix’s new animated comedy series “Big Mouth” reminds me of one of my middle school football coach’s favorite sayings: “You have to be comfortable being uncomfortable.”
Three years later, “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” picks up exactly where its predecessor left off – with excessively artistic violence and an over-the-top plot.
Staff writer Zach Goins saw "It" on Sunday.