As of 2015, UNC has started allowing support animals in on-campus housing. Requestors must go through an approval process that includes showing documentation from their medical provider and being reviewed by a committee. Some students have expressed frustration toward the process, while others are thankful to be allowed to live with their animals.
New York Times bestselling author and co-creator of the podcast “Welcome to Night Vale” Joseph Fink adapted his thriller podcast "Alice Isn't Dead" into a novel.
"Diwali is the festival of light, so it's a celebration of how good overcomes evil. It's celebrated in a lot of different religions and in different places all over South Asia, and it's basically a celebration of joy, prosperity and knowledge."
The Center for the Study of the American South will be hosting “White Women and the Politics of Racial Inequality” at the Chapel Hill Public Library to discuss white women's role in the development of white supremacy.
The Delta Psi chapter of UNC's only arts and literary fraternity is setting out to showcase an opportunity that includes everyone.
Perschke brought the RedBall to UNC's campus to celebrate the Ackland Art Museum's 60th birthday. The installation will be in several new locations over the next week.
Naomi Dix and Stormie Daie are drag queens starring in "Sister Sister," coming to UNC Chapel Hill Sept. 11. UNC will be the first stop of the "Sister Sister" tour, which will also go to Duke University, North Carolina State University and N.C. Central University.
The Ackland Art Musuem has hired Dana Cowen as the Sheldon Peck Curator for European and American Art before 1950. Cowen's experiences at the Joslyn Art Museum in Nebraska and The Cleveland Museum of Art in Ohio will bring a fresh perspective to the Ackland's team.
McKay Coble, scenic designer for UNC's PlayMaker's Repertory Company, talks about the little details that make "Sherwood: The Adventure's of Robin Hood" a profound rendition of an old story.
If you don't love Mediterranean Deli, you've at least heard of it. Characterized by its huge serving plates piled high with colorful, fresh delicacies and its sunny staff, the restaurant brings cuisine steeped in culture to Chapel Hill and beyond. Med Deli brings people together over authentic food, but the restaurant's founder hopes people do more than share a meal between friends; he hopes it uplifts the community as it uplifted him.