UNC students shared their best jokes with an audience than included SNL alum Lewis Black as well as current cast members on Friday night. See some of the best jokes of the night and hear what they had to say.
The UNC Tar Heels kept their winning streak alive at the Dean Smith Center on Thursday, February 20. Students stormed the court and Franklin Street, celebrating with chants, dances and the alma mater.
Bobby Mook is fighting FOMO, the fear of missing out. Mook, a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill, spoke Saturday at TEDxUNC on “Taking Flight from the Fear of Missing Out,” discussing technology’s ability to distract people from being happy in the present. Mook was one of 20 speakers and performers at the third annual TEDxUNC in Memorial Hall this weekend.
Carolina Ukulele Ensemble is a group of UNC students who perform and sing popular songs on none other than their ukulele. Listen to what the members had to say about the organization and hear some of their favorite songs.
On Saturday, Jan 11, The North Carolina Dream Team marched from UNC Chapel Hill to the steps outside of of Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office where they staged a funeral to symbolize their fight for in-state tuition. Here was organizers and participants had to say about the march on Saturday.
After realizing the increase in senior citizens in the Chapel Hill area, Robert Seymour decided to create the Robert & Pearl Seymour Center in honor of his wife that passed away a few years ago. At the Seymour Center, senior citizens have a wide variety of activities to choose from to occupy their time.
The Homecoming Step Show is an annual event put together by a representative from each of the nine National Pan-Hellenic Council fraternities and sororities. Four of the nine organizations in the NPHC competed on Friday, November 8 to kick off Homecoming Weekend. Each organization had their own individual story and journey, but before you can see our coverage in totality, check out Zeta Phi Beta’s journey. Watch the entire “Stepping Through Stereotypes” on Friday, November 15 at 7am.
Unheard Voices is a subgroup of the Carolina Indian Circle. In honor of November being Native American Heritage Month, Unheard Voices shared their musicality and spoken word poetry with a crowd of people over the weekend.
The Class of 1988 returned to Polk Place Quad to re-open a time capsule they buried 25 years ago. After hours of trying to get the capsule open, the items were finally retrieved. Read the full story.