In her farewell column, Jessica Hardison gets real about what it is actually like to be a student journalist.
"In her time as city and state desk editor, Pogarcic has developed a few key platform points which she would implement as editor: reach local audiences where they are and meet their information needs, work with the campus community to foster news initiatives and leave students more informed and promote the diversification of both newsroom staff and the media platforms used to reach the UNC and Orange County community."
Social distancing doesn't have to mean boring days at home.
The stage may be empty and the gallery may be closed, but the arts is still very much alive, and we intend to capture how our community continues to support local art in all its forms over the course of the next few weeks and months.
The 2010s are what I like to consider the breakthrough decade for new work in the musical world. With shows like "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Wicked" boasting impressive decades-long runs, it's harder than ever to break through these Broadway and West End phenomenons to gain public attention.
A sophomore at UNC, Jeremiah is charting his path while leaning on his faith to guide him. His dreams are numerous: a comic book artist, animator and professional athlete.
Studying abroad has been beneficial for many UNC students over the years. In particular, Kieran Patel, Tyler Brown and Josh Massey all discovered great appreciations for the arts as a result of being abroad.
Pay some homage to your dad by jamming out to these 1980s chart toppers.
She is a woman who persevered through adversity and became a world-renowned ballerina. Carolina Performing Arts prepares to kick off their new season with a visit from Misty Copeland.
Student photographers at UNC face a variety of struggles, from scheduling to competition, but these four students believe it is worth it.