When experiencing the unpredictable heights of the southern Appalachian Mountains, control is one thing that goes off the trail.
Were you a hipster before being a hipster was cool? Brace yourself, because your once-exclusive subculture is now the latest trend — nowadays, it’s mainstream to make fun of people who are mainstream. Confusing, right?
Science enthusiasts clad with “I Love Science” buttons gathered Saturday for a day-long exploration of science in the second annual Carolina Space Symposium.
Nicole Comparato didn’t plan on becoming editor-in-chief of The Daily Tar Heel when she first walked into the office as a freshman.
As students move off campus, many take on a yearlong lease, even though they won’t be in the area all year long. But there is a way to avoid paying rent during the summer or while studying abroad: subletting.
Student Congress has seen about a 60 percent increase in student organizations applying for money — but it has not seen a corresponding increase in funds to give out.
On Sunday afternoon, 23 young men huddled around a slab of wood and signed their names carefully around the words painted boldly: “Brothers for David.”
If a proposal to raise the 18 percent cap on out-of-state students passes next month, the University could have to adjust to a growth spurt.
Not all young children have the privilege of having parents at home who provide a solid foundation for learning, especially during the pivotal elementary school years, said Rep. Marcus Brandon, D-Guilford, at a meeting Thursday night.
It’s not every day someone in a Carolina blue graduation cap and gown walks into the Student Recreation Center to take a zumba class. But that’s what Korde Tuttle, a senior graduating this May, did last week — to take his official graduation portraits. Tuttle arranged to get his graduation photo-shoot from 2009 UNC graduate Ryan Jones and his company, Rytography, which specializes in taking graduation portraits at unconventional places that have epitomized the subject’s duration at UNC. Jones’ project, #locationUNC, encourages graduates to break out of the traditional route of taking portraits at the Old Well and instead choose a location that caters to each individual’s unique journey at UNC rather than a place that generically symbolizes all UNC students.
Around noon on Friday, the Pit was crowded as always — except this time, there were hundreds of students clad in wild costumes.
Thanksgiving is only six days away — I know I’m not the only one dreaming of home cooking and pumpkin-flavored desserts, by just looking at my Pinterest board for two seconds.