Genevieve Lowry Cole became the first Native American woman to graduate UNC in 1954. More than 60 years later, she works with current students to help them achieve their goals, as well.
"This country has come a long way since Irish immigrants felt the need to change their names to get jobs and avoid discrimination."
6LACK will be the 2019 spring Jubilee performer.
Abolishing the death penalty, decriminalizing drugs and doing away with judicial elections in the state are just a few things that John Grisham talked about during his guest lecture at UNC this week.
Carolina Blue is everywhere. But where did it come from?
UNC's Summer of Love reached its peak during the late '60s. The campus had a cultural revolution with protests, pot and love.
More than a year after "Happy Death Day," a comical slasher film, emerged on the film scene, the cast is back at it with a sequel called "Happy Death Day 2U." Both movies take on the classic "Groundhog Day" trope of reliving the same day — but with a lot more blood. Assistant Arts & Culture editor Maeve Sheehey and several other college journalists Skyped with Israel Broussard and Jessica Rothe, the two lead actors in both films. Broussard and Rothe discussed returning to the franchise and reliving the same day over and over again.
“If it reaches the whole student population that’s dope as hell, but supporting each other was our initial thought here,” Miller said.
It's the age of the college-student-gone-SoundCloud-rapper, but the phenomenon has empowered creatives to make music without all the expensive equipment. “All you have to do is have a mic, a computer and a place to record, and you can be the next Lil Pump — theoretically."
The Carolina Union Activities Board encouraged students to guess the 2019 Jubilee performer before the reveal on Friday.
CUAB announced Wednesday that Waka Flocka Flame will be the 2018 Jubilee performer.