UNC Women’s Basketball sophomore guard Megan Buckland is three months into recovering from a torn ACL. Even though she will be missing the ACC tournament this year, she is still determined to make it back on the court. Hear what she had to say about her recovery.
In their first ever ACC matchup, UNC defeated #25 Pittsburgh in a striped out Dean Smith Center. Check out some of the highlights and hear what Coach Roy Williams had to say about his team’s close win.
For this week’s Sports Friday, we talk to volleyball coach Joe Sagula about teaching a volleyball class at UNC. Hear what he had to say about how he’s spending his time in the off-season.
Lab! Theatre and Kenan Production Company brings you the student-directed play written by Neil Simon called “Rumors.” Hear what some of the cast and crew had to say about their highly anticipated play. “Rumors” will be shown at UNC Center for Dramatic Art Thursday, Jan. 30 at 8 pm Friday, Jan. 31 at 8 pm Saturday, Feb. 1 at 8 pm Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2 pm Monday, Feb. 3 at 5 pm
UNC Men’s Basketball is now 2-4 in the ACC conference after winning big against Clemson, continuing their home winning streak of 57 games. Listen to what Coach Roy Williams had to say about his team’s win.
Local watercolorist Anna Nicholson’s dedication to her art is made of many layers. Some of those layers are literal, as the artist reveals a few of her pieces are painted over past attempts. Nicholson is the January featured artist at Chapel Hill Art Gallery, and her artwork is on display there through the month.
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.
Coming off of a close win over Holy Cross on Friday, the Tar Heels failed to score a win against Belmont at the Dean Dome on Sunday evening. Watch some of the best highlights from yesterday’s game and see what both head coaches had to say about their teams.
On Monday, October 28, UNC’s Panhellenic Council hosted “Southern Smash” in the Pit, giving students the opportunity to smash scales in opposition of weight being of the upmost priority. This was just the first event in the council’s Health Week 2013. For more information, check out the schedule of events at http://www.uncpanhellenic.com/events-2/health-week/.
Two lucky students are set to take on the ultimate challenge on Friday night: taking a half-court shot at the Dean Dome at Late Night with Roy. This comes after a campus-wide scavenger hunt held by Carolina Athletic Association that brought close to 200 students to the steps of the Dean Dome for their chance to win. Find out who made the shot right now!
“Triangle Fashion Rundown” highlights the local fashion industry in Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh.
Are these cold mornings and warm afternoons making it hard for you to decide what to put on in the morning? Many students at UNC have been implementing a solution: wear a vest! Puffy, fleece or fur, you choose.
With temperatures dropping rapidly, it’s time to pull out your cute closed-toed shoes. In case you haven’t heard the news, leather boots are in. If you aren’t up for tall boots and the short “booties” are just not for you, there’s also a length that hits the mid-calf.
Whether you are running late to class or the showers are all taken, it looks like thick, stretchy headbands are the way to go. Though people have been sporadically sporting this style since the “80s workout” era, UNC students are wearing the headbands more frequently.
*Brightening up the 2012 Olympians and the Tar Heels with a little neon footwear * When it gets rainy and you are looking out for the puddles lingering in the Pit, make sure to watch out for the latest trending footwear.