“Sock-Hop Obsession” is the improv show that allows you to become part of the spooky world of high school in the 1950s — just in time for Halloween.
The Ackland's newest exhibit aims to teach visitors about a region often misunderstood by Americans: the Arab world. To do this, the collection presents a series of photos that feature a variety of subjects to represent a complex, ever-changing region.
In addition to featuring the art of Sudie Rakusin, The Franklin Hotel will also be hosting an all-levels yoga class by Betsy Bertram and introducing their new bar, Refuge.
Carolinapalooza is an event for first-years to see the many campus groups UNC has to offer, including performance groups such as Ek Taal, the Loreleis and Harmonyx.
Video games and UNC organization CHEAP come together to fight hunger.
This year's theme is disORIENT, which challenges the perceptions and stereotypes of Asian culture.
Linda's does Valentine's Day a little differently and is very successful with it's fun night filled with erotic readings.
UNC student artwork can now be purchased as various merchandise, without the gallery price tag.
Latinx culture is thriving at Que Rico, a dance team at UNC that serves as one of the only organizations on campus that represents the Hispanic community.