Only a year ago, Bri Steves was a student at Temple University. Now, she is touring with H.E.R, trying to make a name for herself, women in hip hop and Black girls everywhere. Assistant arts and entertainment editor Kayla Boswell sat down with Steves before her Sunday show at the Ritz Raleigh to talk music, sacrifice and the industry.
Kayla Boswell reflects on her ever-changing life and how that is reflected in her eclectic tastes in music.
Here's a look at how students have transformed their dorms into homey spaces that optimize space and provide maximum comfort. Glean some inspiration for sprucing up your dorm.
Alex Robinson and Qieara Lesesne, both rising seniors, have been elected to lead BSM as the new vice president and president.
Assistant professor Joseph Cabosky is involved with many things, The Durham VOICE, a community newspaper, teaching public relations at UNC and managing a website that highlights his book "Writing My Own Happy Ending." He is a professor that can do it all, and his students admire him greatly. In this article he talks about his past and how he got to where he is today.
A first for the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center, the center has been named a finalist for the nation’s highest library award. “They combine statewide leadership with on-site guidance and assistance to ensure that one-of-a-kind resources can be accessed across the state, nation and the world," said Cal Shepard, state librarian for North Carolina.
The Kenan-Flagler Business School has proposed a $2,000 fee increase for undergraduate business majors and a $1,000 increase for business minors beginning in 2018-19 in order to accommodate the rising demand for the major.
Every January UNC welcomes a new group of first-years into the Tar Heel community. Recently UNC released its early admissions decisions. Staff writer Kayla Boswell reached out to perspective first-years via Twitter to see what they were most excited about their first year at UNC.
The pain of braces is engrained in many of student's middle school memories. But future teenagers may remember something different, as two researchers from the UNC School of Dentistry work to develop groundbreaking technology in the field of orthodontics.