Carolina Brewery, one of the Triangle's first craft breweries, is celebrating its 22nd anniversary Feb.
A segment of Skipper Bowles Drive will be closed until early January to complete emergency repairs on a steam tunnel leak. Until construction is complete, the CM, N, RU and U buses will be rerouted.
The University Archives and Records Management Services is remembering UNC history through a digital photo collection of T-shirts from students and alumni.
JoyRun is an app that allows any member of the UNC community to deliver anything to other people around campus.
Josh Rosenthal is a Grammy-nominated producer as well as the founder of indie record label, Tompkins Square. Rosenthal and Steve Weiss, the curator of UNC's Southern Folklife Collection, will be at Flyleaf Books tonight to discuss Rosenthal’s book, “The Record Store of the Mind.” Staff writer Elizabeth Barbour spoke with Weiss about Rosenthal, the talk and what speakers mean for the Chapel Hill community.
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In 1955, a 14-year-old teenager was brutally murdered. Sixty years later, his story is coming to the Sonja Haynes Stone Center.
UNC’s furriest resident has one semester to finish his UNC Bucket List.
A new art exhibit is coming to the halls of the Student Union.
Happy Hump Day, Heels! Check out our news as your enjoy your LWOC and prepare to send off another graduating class.
Good morning, Tar Heels! Read on to learn about housing in Chapel Hill, marriage in college and a new burger bar on Franklin:
Good morning, Tar Heels! Read on to learn about DTH’s lawsuit against UNC, diversity at the Campus Y and how humor compares to frogs:
Happy Valentine’s Day Tar Heels! Love is in the air so don’t forget to show your adoration and appreciation to all the wonderful people in your life. XOXO, the DTH!
Happy Wednesday, UNC! Here's the news for the middle of your last full week of classes:
Happy hump day, UNC! Read on to find out about fakes, faculty and fundraising:
Happy Hump Day, UNC! Read on for today’s headlines:
Here are some posts that just make sense at the end of the semester: