Trying to travel anywhere with Carter Gregory takes forever.
Chapel Hill's Ackland Art Museum and the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University are Twitter-feuding over tonight's UNC-Duke men's basketball game.
The corned beef sandwich was his favorite. He almost always ordered it to go.
UNC senior Kamaira Philips is lending her voice to a larger stage.
What is it about being behind a screen that makes us feel so safe and protected? Is it that we can hide behind fake profiles or the, “Sorry, that was my friend,” excuse?
Deep End Bar is beginning to grow another group of regulars on Tuesday nights. But these students aren't there for “Country Night.”A second silent protest of Deep End's “Country Night,” was held Tuesday night at the Peace and Justice Plaza on the corner of Franklin and Henderson Streets.
Students and community members have until Nov. 30 to see the Ackland Art Museum’s exhibit of contemporary Japanese ceramics from the collection of Carol and Jeffrey Horvitz.”
Disc jockeys Trevor Dougherty and Rob Sekay do it for the ladies.
PlayMakers Repertory Company will take audiences from the bright stages of Broadway to the deep confines of the forest and back again with its 2014-15 season.
With an intimate stage setting and hilariously honest characters, PlayMakers Repertory Company’s “Private Lives” transported audience members back to the glamorous 1930s.
Editor-in-chief Paige Ladisic explains why there will be no print edition of The Daily Tar Heel on Jan. 22.
Videographer Lindsey Oliver sat down with members of the Daily Tar Heel's investigations team to talk about upcoming projects for The Religion Issue. Make sure to pick up a copy of the issue in DTH boxes Oct. 7.
In anticipation for Thursday's football game agains the University of South Carolina, students name some specific -- and not so specific reasons -- for why UNC, not USC, is the real Carolina.
See what events and traditions UNC students are most looking forward to this semester.
Assistant volleyball coach Eve Rackham talks with the Daily Tar Heel about her time at UNC as a volleyball player, life as a student athlete, and returning to Carolina to help coach the women's volleyball team.
UNC football defensive line coach Tray Scott talks about what brought him to the program.
For episode one of the podcast Having It All with Kelsey and Alice, the hosts catch us up on UNC news and pop culture from the summer. Student Body President Houston Summers stops by.
Arts and Culture editor Gabbie Cirelli speaks to students about what they find attractive in a partner.
Kelsey and Alice discuss hot topics in pop culture, including the play "Hamilton" and concerning celebrity Instagram posts.
This week, Alice and Kelsey discuss how it's okay to talk about your bad day, roundup this week's current events and Kelsey's mom stops by.
The hosts of the pop culture podcast are pleased to announce that they are not one hit wonders.
In the first episode of Fair Game, Director of Enterprise Bradley Saacks sat down with former N.C. Supreme Court Justice and current UNC School of Law professor Robert Orr to talk about the status of his suit against the University and the NCAA, if he can still enjoy college sports and where he sees the NCAA in 10 years.
“Rumors,” Thursday at 8 p.m. ???? Kenan Theatre Company and LAB! Theatre’s production “Rumors” started with a bang Thursday night — literally. From the first gunshot to the last frantic lie, “Rumors” was a fast-paced and highly entertaining production that kept audience members roaring with laughter. The play, which chronicled a high-class dinner party gone wrong, followed husband and wife Ken and Chris, who arrive first to the party to find the hostess missing and the host shot through the earlobe. Chaos ensued immediately after the discovery — guest after guest arrived and Ken and Chris’s futile attempt to cover up the affair soon unraveled.
The UNC Loreleis and Clef Hangers spread holiday cheer under the stars Tuesday night at Morehead Planetarium.
_Florence Dore, associate professor of English and comparative literature, hosted a discussion at Flyleaf Books Tuesday, titled “A Good Author is Hard to Kill: Flannery O'Connor and the ‘Post South.’” Focusing on two short stories by prolific southern author Flannery O'Connor, Dore explored southern literature and it's changing identity in an increasingly globalized world.
Hanes Art Center hosted a birthday party Saturday for one of UNC’s youngest a capella groups.
The term “spread the love” earned a whole new meaning at The Ackland Art Museum on Sunday.