Benton Moss crossed his fingers.
For North Carolina designated hitter Adam Pate, the 107th time was the charm.
Another year, another step forward for the North Carolina men’s swimming and diving program at the NCAA Championship meet this weekend in Iowa.
It had been three minutes and 58 seconds since the North Carolina women’s basketball team had scored against Virginia on Thursday night.
Nobody from the North Carolina women’s swimming and diving team won a race at the ACC championships last week — but that didn’t stop them from almost winning the whole thing.
The momentum had shifted for the No. 25 North Carolina wrestling team. After an intense triple-overtime loss by Chris Mears, coach C.D.
e were a lot of shots, but it was far from a shootout in the No. 13 North Carolina women’s basketball team’s 61-56 loss to No. 25 Syracuse Thursday night.
Tough competition was exactly what Coach Rich DeSelm and the North Carolina swimming and diving teams wanted Saturday against N.C. State – and that’s exactly what they got.
It was business as usual for the North Carolina swimming and diving team on Senior Night — except for one thing.
Nervous. That was the expected emotion for the members of the No. 18 North Carolina women’s swimming and diving team as they competed in the 400-yard freestyle relay for the victory against ACC foe No. 6 Virginia on Saturday. But nerves weren't a problem.
Monday the brackets for the NCAA women's soccer and field hockey championship were announced.
Over the weekend, the North Carolina men's golf team traveled to Rocky Face, Ga. to participate in the Carpet Capital Collegiate. Here are three things we learned.
Carrboro resident Celisa Steele works at a consulting firm she founded with her husband, but her real passion lies in writing poetry.
The Chapel Hill Town Council had a busy meeting Monday, tackling everything from selling town lan...
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen took a step towards putting more affordable housing in the area during their meeting Tuesday.The Community Home Trust, a nonprofit organization for affordable housing, presented their charter to the Aldermen looking for a financial agreement from the town.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners received a report on the potential development of the Ephesus Church Road and Fordham Boulevard area on Thursday.
During the last couple of years, the popularity of The Jimi Hendrix Experience has become almost as heavy and solid as their sound. Yet back in 1966 when Hendrix was playing at the Café Wha?, wah-wah peddles were unheard of. Obviously a lot of framework has been laid and monuments built since 1966. Rock has gained new directions.
Flashback is a blog series that goes deep in the archives to back memorable moments in UNC-Chapel Hill history, as told by The Daily Tar Heel. Staff Writer Joey DeVito transcribes articles from past issues so readers can be reminded of the interesting people, events and articles that have affected our campus.
The town of Carrboro’s Planning Board wants residents to get in the zone.