UNC-Chapel Hill's dining hall is great, but students have discovered creative ways of making it even better. By choosing items from various food stations and mixing them together, students can create entirely different meals.Read More »
Sam Howell speaks at a candlelight vigil held Friday evening on Chapel Hill's campus in response to the shooting that occurred at UNC Charlotte three days prior. Howell is a sophomore at UNC Chapel Hill and the cousin of Riley Howell, who lost his life in the Charlotte shooting. "Live like Riley did," Howell said.
Adam Prince, an environmental educator at the Piedmont Wildlife Center, teaches students about Ash, the Eastern Screech-Owl, at a Harry Potter-themed event called Cobbwarts on April 6, 2019. "I mean this is Pigwidgeon," Prince said. "This is the same owl that the Weasleys had."
The Carolina Quidditch team plays outside Cobbwarts, an event hosted in Cobb Dorm by the Residence Hall Association on April 6, 2019. "So there's this Cobbwarts event going on and, you know, of all the people on campus, we really like Harry Potter," said Sam Nielsen (63), a junior economics and computer science major.
Adam Prince, an environmental educator at the Piedmont Wildlife Center, teaches students attending an event called Cobbwarts about the Eastern Screech-Owl on April 6, 2019. "Working with these animals is super cool," Prince said. "It's not an opportunity a lot of people get to have. People don't get to work up close with birds of prey and form bonds with them."
Tim Holsonback, a maintenance worker at UNC, informs student Abby Gancz that Phillips Hall is closed on April 3, 2019. "The only thing that I know happened was that they had a water main break in there this morning and it knocked all the electrical out, and there's been a flood on the first floor and the basement," Holosonback said. "We're dealing with it the best we can because we got to get the water out of the building before we can get the electricity back up."