2/8/2016 10:18pm

Courtesy of the Gerhardts

Gerhardts: 2 lawfully wedded scholars

Most married couples don’t get the opportunity to work closely with each other, unless they are Jim and Pam from “The Office.” Michael and Deborah Gerhardt are an exception. 

1/13/2016 12:05am

Noah Lieberman is a UNC senior running for the N.C. House of  

Noah Lieberman goes to Raleigh

UNC senior Noah Lezin Lieberman could be that 6-foot-tall redhead on your bus. He loves the sweet potato gnocchi his mom makes from scratch. He competes in national Scrabble championships with his parents and two younger sisters.

11/30/2015 12:17am

Fran Schindler volunteers to sit by the deathbed of those who ask

Fran Schindler lives alone in a yellow townhouse in a quiet Chapel Hill neighborhood. The walls of the 75-year-old’s living room are covered with her own art — three-dimensional mixed media pieces made from driftwood and twisted metal, abstract paintings with splashes of color that might be faces or animals or anything else depending how you look at them.

11/24/2015 2:22pm

Mr. James Sills, CEO of Farmers and Mechanics Bank, started his career as a statistician.

Black entrepreneurship in Chapel Hill

With UNC’s prestigious entrepreneurship program and the numerous resources in the area available for business startups, entrepreneurship in Chapel Hill is thriving but the question remains as to whether opportunity is available to all residents.

11/16/2015 11:12pm

Elijah Wald presents his book on Bob Dylan and the culture, politics, history, and stories of American folk and rock music, "Dylan Goes Electric! Music, Myth and History," in Wilson Library.

Bob Dylan’s legacy replayed in lecture

Before the lecture, Bob Dylan’s infamous performance at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival played on the screen ahead. Nearly everyone mouthed the words to their favorite hits like “Mr. Tambourine Man” and “Like a Rolling Stone.” 

11/16/2015 12:11am

(From Left) Talia Lombardo and Carina Lombardo dress up for the Comic-Con hosted by the Durham Convention Center on Sunday.

NC Comicon unites fans and artists

The sixth annual N.C. Comicon brought more than 8,500 cosplayers, artists and entrepreneurs to the Durham Convention Center and the Armory to celebrate the sci-fi/fantasy multiverse this weekend.