Cole del Charco
Student-athlete Margaret High talks about what it's like to row for UNC and tries to identify the right shade of Carolina blue on this episode of our sports podcast, Press Coverage.
Muggle Quidditch: an adaptation of the action-filled sport in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. This episode explores UNC Club Quidditch, how it's played and more.
It’s 3:20 p.m. and students start to fill seats in a second floor classroom in Peabody Hall. One student turns to another, asking about how her week has been. Almost everything about this class is normal. Almost.
This week's University News Roundup features stories about DACA, UNC's sustainability, a new exhibit at Ackland Art Museum and a hot take from Director of Investigations, Kiana Cole. Tune in to keep up.
Listen to the University News Roundup to catch up on everything UNC. This week's episode covers updates on Silent Sam, DACA and a new comedy theater on Franklin Street, plus a hot take from sports desk editor Chapel Fowler.
For the third year is a row, audio director Cole del Charco rushed sororities to get a taste of Greek life and the emotions surrounding Bid Day — when potential new members find out what sorority they've been accepted to and run with their new sisters to the sorority house.
Want to hear about Saturday's matchup against Louisville, Sylvia Hatchell's blueberry patch and how to explain offsides to a three-year old? Listen to the first installment of our weekly sports podcast "Press Coverage" below.
Al Bowers wields an industrial spatula over dozens of burgers on a portable grill. It’s one of Al’s Burger Shack’s four movable grills, and it sits on the lawn of a historic house on Battle Lane.
This is the first installment of our weekly University news roundup from The Daily Tar Heel. Tune in each week to stay up to date with everything you might've missed during the week.
First-year Alex Green decided to go to the rally at Silent Sam on his first day of classes. He wasn’t sure what to expect until he ended up in the middle of the crowd with the megaphone, and realized most people by the statue didn’t agree with him.