It’s crunch time, folks.
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It’s crunch time, folks.
Ah, love is in the air.
If you’ve ever been in Lenoir Hall you’ve definitely noticed a few things — yes, the cookies are delicious. Yes, the Chick-fil-A line will be eight miles long between classes every morning. And no, they won’t give you a biscuit at 10:31 a.m., even if you’ve been waiting in line since 7:30 a.m.
If all you other on-campus residents are anything like me, you absolutely cannot wait to move off campus and get a little more freedom.
We’re less than three weeks into the new year and I’ve already lost one of my closest, dearest friends. I could always count on him for a laugh. He always knew how to pick me up when I was having a bad day.
Snow down south is a big deal, y’all. Whether it’s just a light dusting that doesn’t even stick or the Snowmaggedon, the entire state of North Carolina shuts down. There is no in between. The roads will be salted, the plows will be out and every grocery store will be sold out of milk and bread.
T.J. Miller has been to some pretty crazy Christmas parties, but nothing that will top what audiences will see in his new movie, “Office Christmas Party.”
As a journalism student and DTH reporter, you have to be in touch with what’s going on in the world.
Thanksgiving break is here, and that means everyone is in an especially festive mood.
After a disappointing summer filled with Hollywood bust after bust (looking at you, “Suicide Squad” … and “Ghostbusters” … and “The Legend of Tarzan” … and “Jason Bourne”… I could go on and on, really), it looks like moviegoers everywhere will finally have reason to celebrate this holiday season.
It’s finally (almost) here!
I went into “The Girl on the Train” with high expectations. After all, it was the highly anticipated film adaptation of this summer’s hottest novel that I never got around to reading, aka the “Gone Girl” of 2016.
Fall Break is upon us, and you know what that means. Most everyone will be heading home for some much-needed relaxation, home cooking and quality cuddles with their dogs. For many first-years, this will be the first trip home since moving into college.
It’s that time of year again. Time to search through closets, Pinterest boards and everything Amazon Prime has to offer to try and find the perfect Halloween costume to show off on Franklin Street.
You’re out with your friends. You have to let your followers know what you’re doing, so naturally you take a Snapchat for your story. But how will they know where you are?
Over 40 percent of millennials have tattoos, according to the Pew Research Center, and we’re telling the stories of the UNC students and Chapel Hill/Carrboro residents who fall into that 40 percent. This is one of multiple stories in the Swerve Tattoo Impression series. Read the rest here.