There is just no way I would make it to class in time if I was wearing the newest fashions: A head-to-toe Marc by Marc Jacobs patterned pantsuit, 5-inch stilettos and socks under my heels.
One of UNC’s own has been nominated by President Barack Obama to serve on the National Council on the Arts.
The Sacrificial Poets will hold a Grand Slam on Friday in hopes of finding six new team members.
The new leader of Student Congress wants to emphasize the organization’s roots — student representation.
One of the most heavily frequented campus crosswalks was the scene of a hit-and-run Monday that sent one senior to the hospital, leaving witnesses shaken and Cameron Avenue stained with blood.
The number of financial aid applicants has risen consistently by almost 3,000 students each year from 2008 to 2011.
An Orange County nonprofit has formally appealed the University’s plan to modify its animal research facility, citing concerns about the facility’s environmental record. Preserve Rural Orange is appealing UNC’s effort to consolidate the facility’s wastewater treatment plant following the 2009 finding that some wastewater had leaked into Collins Creek.
The dues-funded organization received 21 grant applications this year, down from 28 in 2011. The dues-funded organization received 21 grant applications this year, down from 28 in 2011. That year, the council gave $131,249.29 to fund 21 proposals.
Deborah Barreau, a leader and long-serving professor in the School of Information and Library Science, died of cancer Friday. She was 62.
Three UNC students were arrested early Friday morning on charges of felony possession of cocaine, police said. Shane Mularkey, Jacob Groeschen and Nicole Suarez are all former athletes at the University.
Waiting in line to see President Obama at Carmichael Arena? Here’s a list of activities to keep you entertained while you’re waiting to hear the Prez.
What else is there to do standing in line but to get on Twitter? Here are some of the best of #obamaatunc tweets so far.
Name: Tara Jeffries Major: Journalism Year: Freshman Hometown: Stokesdale Tara is wearing: Tara has such great color blocking in this outfit. I love the combination of emerald green and royal blue to create a trendy look. Her black v-neck top and white sweater add just the right amount of contrast to perfect her outfit. Tara’s style advice: “I just try to find the cutest outfits for the least amount of money.”
Name: Elena Sanchez Year: Junior Major: Public Relations and International Studies Hometown: Fort Bragg Elena is wearing: Elena’s outfit is not entirely hers, She is Residence Assistant on the fourth floor of Ruffin Residence Hall and a group of residents started doing ‘clothing swaps.’ In her words, why should you go out and buy news clothes, when there are girls living all around you with great pieces?
It’s starting to get a little too chilly to wear your rainbows, jack rogers or strappy sandals around campus. The leaves are starting to crunch beneath our feet, football season is gearing up and students are starting to change their fashion to accomodate the chillier weather. One of the best and easiest ways to maket his transition is to purchase a pair of ankle booties. Not as warm as full fledged Uggs or snow boots, ankle booties still look cute with summery clothes, but make an outfit more fall-appropriate, not to mention they will keep your feet warmer! Check out sophomore Lauren Schofield wearing a pair of Frye ankle boots.
Name: Blair Crumpler Year: Freshman Major: Environmental Science Hometown: Tallahassee, Fla. What Blair is wearing: Blair does a great job of defining how to dress casually while still staying trendy with this look. Cuddled up with a book at a picnic table next to the union, Blair sports a graphic tee-shirt with high waisted Urban Outfitters ripped shorts. The ripped shorts are detailed with flowered patchwork fabric that accentuates the color in her tee and ribbon headband. Blair completes her look by adding accessories like her bangle bracelets and gold earrings. Blair’s style advice: “I just dress to express my personality. Usually, I wear lots of flowy things because that represents me.”
The Daily Tar Heel office is a world of key boards clicks, phone interviews, intense concentration… and cargo shorts. Although we love our male editors, their style just doesn’t match their writing skill. So, as any good fashion blogger would – I decided to step in and help.
The Carolina blue that is showing up on everyone’s finger nails has very little to do with school spirit. Luckily for us, we can thank the fashion world for conveniently making this season’s nail colors match those of our University.
After winning the New York City Fashion Week package at an auction last spring, Patti Tripodi, her daughter and two friends flew to New York to attend the most stylish event of the year. Since we could not report to our readers live from fashion week, the least the Dress Code crew could do was get Patti to share a little bit of her experience with us.