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Send Silence Packing came to campus Monday to spark discussion about suicide prevention and mental health.
Books can take readers to new places — or they can discover them for themselves.
On Saturday afternoon, music, donations and a rivalry came together at Cat’s Cradle.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater will host its annual performances this week at Memorial Hall. And once again, both shows are sold out of student tickets.
UNC Institute for the Environment Senior Associate Director and author Tony Reevy is giving a talk at Bull's Head Bookshop to discuss his new book, "The Railroad Photography of Jack Delano." Staff writer Morgan Howard spoke with Reevy about his writing process and his interest in Delano's art and life story.
DJs are seemingly omnipresent in Chapel Hill-Carrboro nightlife, but the people behind the turntable aren’t as well known as their music. Staff writer Morgan Howard spoke to DJ Bo Fader, who will be playing B-Side Lounge tonight, about his career, his inspirations and future funk.
In a moment of frustration, the owner of Shooters Saloon in Durham took to Facebook to express her annoyance with — and ultimately ban — UNC students from the business.
A UNC graduate's film, "Pioneers in Skirts," addresses the inequalities women face in the workplace and explores solutions to solve this problem for future generations.
The Order of Gimghoul has generated curiosity and unanswered questions within UNC. With its own castle off campus, the secret society has drawn people to Wilson Library, where private records are kept on the order. Staff writer Morgan Howard spoke with a Wilson university archivist, Nicholas Graham, and a manuscript reference librarian, Matthew Turi, about the mysterious organization.
Matthew Ford has been named Emerging Artist of the month by the ArtsCenter, where he will give an artist talk tonight. Staff writer Morgan Howard spoke with the photographer and architect about his exhibit and artistic influences.
With the threat of Hurricane Joaquin looming over Orange County, the 43rd annual Festifall Arts Festival chose to go in a new direction with its original schedule.
Inspired by their own rejections, three girls set out to form a new organization — The Rejects.
Rumor on the street is, the thrift boutique is turning 2 years old.