Last semester, I took a class on books related to the economic and cultural issues relevant to the last election.
Though less than 1 percent of UNC students use non-student attorneys for Honor Court cases, outside attorneys prove more relevant in Title IX sexual assault investigations.
Junior Lilli Mercho made sure to lock the doors of her home on East Longview Street in Chapel Hill — but that didn’t stop burglars from breaking into her home last summer.
Bruce Wayne. Hannah Montana. Me, Jenni Ciesielski.
Last week, we published 23 reasons why North Carolina is better than Oregon. The response was overwhelming. People really love North Carolina, y'all.
Welcome back, UNC! The sun is shining slightly more than it was last week, midterms are behind us and we are in the thick of March Madness.
The 2.9 million of January’s Women’s March were a part of the largest protest in history. This month’s HKonJ had its highest attendance ever.
This Saturday, comedian Aparna Nancherla will be headlining the NC Comedy Arts Festival at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro.
This Sunday is the 59th Grammys, and I for one could not be more excited.
Granville Towers Room Draft selection process helps residents not only find their community, but keep it. Cheekily modeled after the NFL Draft, it allows returning students to pick out their room for the upcoming year by physically placing a pin on a poster of Granville’s layout to “draft” their room choice.
Thursday, May 19 was a historic day in North Carolina’s General Assembly building.
Oh, Magic Conch, how should I put off getting anything done over break? By watching “Spongebob Squarepants,” of course. Winter Break is the perfect time to turn on a few episodes, eat some Spongebob character-shaped Kraft Macaroni (still the best mac and cheese I’ve ever had) and relive your childhood. If the folks of Bikini Bottom weren’t a part of your elementary school years, it’s never too late to start and finally see what the hoopla is about.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, leaving us all with tighter fitting pants and a solid month of Christmas music everywhere you go. Despite being a huge enthusiast of everything Christmas, I have to admit that hearing the same Michael Buble song over and over again can make you feel a little less than jolly (“Santa buddy”? Really?). What Christmas music needs is some more variety.
Fall Break is here, which means four days without 8 a.m. classes, tripping on bricks and Rams Head cookies. If you’re going home, it also means four days of home-cooked meals, proper water pressure and dodging as many questions about your future as possible. Whether you’re eagerly anticipating or dreading the impending return home, here is a playlist to get you through each situation and emotion.