STUDENT GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS


9/2/2013 4:20pm

Radical Rush Week kicks off

As part of the kickoff of a week of anarchist-themed events, about 20 students gathered in the Pit Monday afternoon to learn about social divisions and workers’ rights at UNC.


4/24/2011 4:11pm

	The Tarpeggios perform “I’m Yours” at Olde Dirty Bash on April 15.

Tarpeggios, UNC’s newest a cappella group, has first concert

A cappella groups welcome students at Sunset Serenade during the first week of classes. They sing in the Pit, by the Old Well and sometimes even at graduation. Their sound got a little louder this year with the addition of UNC’s newest a cappella group, the Tarpeggios.


4/13/2011 4:14pm

Paul Hovey, Dramatic Arts/Spanish double major, helps trick the beggar Christopher Sly by pretending to be his noble wife during rehearsal for Lab Theatre's "The Taming of the Shrew" on April 11.

Bowing out in a big way

Senior Amelia Sciandra calls her last production with LAB! Theatre a ‘play within a play within a play.’ But that level of nuanced complexity has come to define the longtime LAB! actor, producer and director — even as she prepares to graduate in May.


4/12/2011 4:20pm

UNC’s basketball ticket policy to change little

By the time incoming freshmen step foot on campus for orientation, any changes to the basketball ticket policy should be set in stone. But students hoping for big changes to the ticket policy are likely to be disappointed. Caitlin Goforth, president of the Carolina Athletic Association, said her objective is to set up next year’s policy early so that the CAA can better communicate with students “My goal is to get this policy fast tracked so that we have it done by C-TOPS,” Goforth said.


3/31/2011 4:41pm

UNC student organizations throughout history showcased in Wilson Library exhibit

Decades ago, The Ugly Club reigned at the University. Club officers openly boasted unattractive faces and aimed to scare the homesickness out of freshman in invitation-only hazing rituals. And their ceremonies — complete with face paint and tin-pan beating — comprise only a small part of the University’s rich extracurricular history, based on a new Wilson Library exhibit.