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Friday February 3rd

Carolina Union Activities Board


FallFest will celebrate 20 years in new location

FallFest is getting some new digs for its 20th anniversary. The annual block party, held on Aug. 21 this year, introduces new Tar Heels to student organizations and free food. The event usually draws crowds around 25,000 and has been held on South Road, Hooker Fields and the School of Government parking deck in past years. 

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The UNC football team goes undefeated in Kenan Stadium for the 2015 season after their win against Miami on Saturday afternoon.

Survey: Chase Rice unpopular pick

The 2016 Jubilee concert will be held in Carmichael Stadium tomorrow with UNC graduate Chase Rice headlining the show. But according to a survey conducted by the Carolina Union Activities Board from Dec. 4 to Dec. 18, Rice only received 22.24 percent of survey responses in his category. 

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CUAB to host Chapel Thrill Music Festival Friday

Local bands, many UNC student led, will perform in the West Lounge of the Student Union today from 3:00pm-9:00pm as part of the first Chapel Thrill Music festival organized by CUAB. The free festival promises to thrill audiences with live performances from 8 local bands including UNC Cypher, Silent T, Spectral Herring, The Necks, NTG, Blonde and a Half and Leah Moore.

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Students respond to Chase Rice Jubilee decision

Especially as a senior, this is my last concert opportunity while I’m a student, so for me this was kind of a big deal, and then for them to say that it’s Chase Rice, while that was not what any of us wanted or expected or waited for, I think it was very misleading and it makes me question — like those are student funds.

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CUAB releases Jubilee date

To the readers of this article hoping to find out the performer, budget or location for the upcoming spring Jubilee concert: sorry to disappoint. But there’s still hope — and a newly released date: April 16.

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