With a duffle bag containing every UNC clothing item I own, I filed into a rented 12-passenger van headed to Phoenix. Only 10 of us occupied the vehicle’s compartment, which made the 32-hour drive slightly more spacious.
In an effort to capture the sounds of the city, we're talking to each classic Chapel Hill bar and asking them to make a playlist of what they think their bar sounds like
In the past few weeks, Monday night trivia at Country Fried Duck has been a trending event. From SpongeBob SquarePants trivia to last night's Mean Girls trivia, the venue has gained a reputation for fun and relatable game nights. Staff writer Joseph Held spoke to Country Fried Duck Manager John Gunn about pop culture, sex trivia and the game itself.
Kidneys, livers and thymuses, oh my! This isn't a prop list for Sweeney Todd — it's what's on the menu during the "No Guts No Glory" event at Crook's Corner, which celebrates Scottish cuisine during the week of Robbie Burns (the national poet of Scotland) Night.
With TED’s mission to “spread ideas” in mind, speakers from various fields of study gathered to address the topic of child and maternal health at a TEDxUNCSalon event in the UNC School of Social Work Tuesday night.
As I ride upwards on the escalator, a fragrant wind blows past me, smelling of wood-fired pizza and freshly baked desserts. With a swipe of my OneCard, I have gained admission into UNC’s premier dining hall, the Top of Lenoir.
Two days after the results of the presidential election left many fearful and heartbroken and in the midst of midterms, UNC students and faculty came together for a group hug at Polk Place.
When a ping of an email brings the news that you have not been randomly selected in the basketball lottery or a security guard tells you that the student section is full, the search for a place to watch UNC’s sporting events becomes a top priority.
The hunt for housing has returned. To make the process easier, the characters of “The Office” have each been assigned their UNC residence hall equivalent.