Looking for a volunteer opportunity or a place to embrace farm-to-table sustainability? The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain is trying to heal the "human-earth relationship" by celebrating fresh, local food.
In many professional spheres, women are still underrepresented in accolades and even just recognition. That's why some UNC students are taking it upon themselves to elevate their fellow ladies in filmmaking.
Among all the new places to master this year, let the Franklin Street food scene be one of them. When you’re sick of meal swipes and run out of the stolen snacks from FallFest, The Daily Tar Heel has you covered for navigating the wealth of restaurants on Franklin Street.
Shangela, a drag queen known for her time on the show “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” is coming to UNC's campus on April 26 as part of her 100-city worldwide tour. Staff writer Jessica Abel spoke with Shangela about her life on tour, best advice, favorite looks and more.
Did you feel like you missed your chance to ask out that cute classmate of yours? Don't worry — it's not too late.
Sarah Shook fuses punk and country as the singer/songwriter in her band, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers. Staff writer Jessica Abel talked with Sarah about her musical inspiration, upcoming tours and favorite local hangouts.
Grab your picnic blanket and your sweet tea because two world-renowned banjoists are coming to Chapel Hill with twangs and tales of musical prodigy.
In celebration of International Women's Day, the Ackland is inviting its visitors to take a walk through the French enlightenment - through women's perspectives, and is partnering with Carolina Public Humanities to lead a literary discussion on Friday, March 9th.
Time to press pause on your latest Netflix binge and come see the Cosmic Rays Film Festival at the Varsity Theater on Franklin Street this Thursday, March 1, and Friday, March 2. The festival hopes to celebrate filmmaking innovation in both style and in subject matter.
Mixed Concrete, an entirely student-run organization, will host an art show fundraiser tomorrow for Habitat of Humanity at TOPO. The show is expected to raise thousands in addition to the prestigious grants it already has.