"I leave The Daily Tar Heel with less outright sadness than might be expected. But I also leave it with respect for an institution that has spent more than a century turning students into journalists, and lost girls into strong women."
Co-Editor-in-Chief Emily Siegmund delivers a playlist that is full of personal nostalgia, but hopes to be a distraction from the monotony of quarantining.
"We know how uncertain and overwhelming the current news cycle is, and we thank our readers for their continued support."
“If North Carolina stands with me on Super Tuesday, there will be no stopping us,” Biden said. “And we will win the presidency.”
Mike Bloomberg has put much of his focus on North Carolina since starting his presidential campaign less than three months ago. Last week, he held an event in Raleigh to make his pitch to voters.
Two long-term plant eaters, Emily and Anna, present you with their list of the best vegan and vegetarian eats in Chapel Hill and the surrounding areas (aka Carrboro).
In the era of body positivity and embracing the diversity of beauty, a group at UNC is bringing this mission local.
Did you know you could take a bluegrass class in the College of Arts and Sciences? No worries, no prior bluegrass experience necessary.
“The only way to live happily is to live truthfully, even if it’s in antagonism to the world around you." Kenan Theatre Company prepares its rendition of "Hedda Gabler," a play that explores dark forces on complex characters.
The local farmers markets of Chapel Hill Farmers' Market and Carrboro Farmers' Market work to further their missions by staying open year round. The benefits of shopping locally both for your health and for enhancing your sense of community are unmatched compared to shopping in grocery stores.