When Terence and Greta Oliver moved to Chapel Hill in 2010, the University gained a couple dedicated to family, service and community.
Drew Meyer loves ice cream.
Live from Carroll Hall — it’s Bryan Tucker.
Writer Lux Alptraum and actress Sharron Paul are coming to Chapel Hill and talking about sex.
The Ackland Art Museum is premiering the Guest of Honor exhibit, with “Study for Portrait VI” (1953) by Francis Bacon.
Matthew Andrews is a UNC sports historian who studies the links between athletics and American culture and history. He earned his doctorate from Chapel Hill in 2009 and currently serves as an advisor and lecturer for the Department of History.
Comedian Lizz Winstead is a self-described “satirical instigator.” She co-created “The Daily Show” and has worked with Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Rachel Maddow and Bill Maher, among others.
The Carolina Film Association finished hosting the first round of Campus MovieFest, a contest where teams of students compete in hopes that their film will advance to the national level.
They’re back. For the sixth year in a row, Preservation Chapel Hill is hosting Voices from the Grave, a tour through Old Chapel Hill Cemetery, where actors from Deep Dish Theater Company portray famous figures of Chapel Hill history.