A UNC senior and class of 2013 graduate both have a message for millennials: Believe in your selfie.
Some say math and music go hand in hand, but Vivek Menon disagrees.
For Natasha Trethewey, former U.S. Poet Laureate and a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, her genuine love for poetry never leaves her with dry eyes.
This election cycle, candidates are making sure their brand is recognizable to voters. From the now irrelevant-yet-still-recognizable “Jeb!” to Hillary Clinton’s “H” with the arrow through it, design can play a critical part in voters’ perception of a candidate.
The resume of the vast pool of UNC alumni just got a little bit more amazing.
According to Forbes Magazine, binge drinking is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Millennials are turning from bingeing to drinking in moderation.
Waka Flocka Flame was greeted by rounds of applause as Chapel Hill crowds welcomed him to Cat's Cradle for two performances — with one more on the books for tonight.
Emmy-winning screenplay writer Norman Steinberg has advice for budding writers — stick with the stereotype and sleep around.
After 15 years of fiction-writing dreams, Betsy Sleath finally published her first book, “Pelican Island Pharmacy.”
The Invisible Girl project is making itself visible in Chapel Hill as it hosts a free screening of “It’s A Girl” Monday night in Student Union auditorium. “It’s A Girl” is a documentary that focuses on the systematic abuse and murder of young girls in India and China, a process referred to as "gendercide." Jill McElya, the president of the Invisible Girl project, or IGP, wants to bring awareness to the gendercide that occurs and said she was inspired to fight for the cause after seeing it firsthand in India.