Soak in the art and history at the Ackland Museum with a quiet and mindful yoga class among the galleries.
No matter what you have planned for your first couple of weekends here at UNC — whether that be staying out late to study, hanging out with friends or going out to parties — there are resources here on campus and other students willing to help you out. Stay safe, UNC.
The UNC Masters of Fine Arts Class of 2018 is set to display their selected works under the theme “versus” at the Ackland Art Museum. Each artist will show their own interpretation of the broader theme they share as a cohort.
The cold rain did not stop the 2018 Jubilee concert-goers from seeing Waka Flocka Flame with openers DJ Luke Nasty and Hollywood COLD on Saturday night.
Common Deer kicks off their first-ever U.S. tour Tuesday at Cat's Cradle Back Room with an electrifying opening performance for Elliot Root.
Author and N.C. State professor John Kessel discusses his new book and career as an author. Kessel will be at Flyleaf Books Wednesday at 7 p.m. to talk about his new novel, “Pride and Prometheus.”
The Hayti Heritage Film Festival (HHFF) will starts Friday in Durham. From documentaries to fictional shorts, the festival focuses on celebrating both local and national black cinema. The festival also includes food, a market, and talk-backs with some of the film creators.
Odds are if you are walking to class you are listening to music, or you at least see someone else listening to something through their headphones. Do you ever wonder what everyone around you is listening to? Here are some student’s favorite things to listen to on their treks to class. Staff writer Allie Todd asked UNC students, "What is on your walking to class playlist?"
Tuesday is going to be one thrilling day all around UNC’s campus. Arts Everywhere is hosting the Dorrance Dance and Indi Cowie Footwork Battles. This event showcases the art of an award-winning tap company and an international soccer freestyle star.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Music presented the public with a free concert Monday night from University Chamber Players that filled Person Hall with sweet, sweet sounds.