Influenced by a strong sense of place, local band Look Homeward is celebrating the different regions of North Carolina through its blend of folk and bluegrass music.
From smashing pies into each other’s faces to spraying silly string at one another, False Profits gave its audience plenty to laugh about during its second comedy show of the semester Saturday night.
While a majority of students have been hitting the books in anticipation of finals, senior political science major Michael Thornburg has been hitting the stage as hip-hop artist Thornbro.
Shirtless fans and platform boots dotted the crowd at the Charli XCX concert Tuesday.
The tents go up. The hotdogs are purchased and the George Foreman Grills are warmed. Fans decked in Carolina Blue flock to parking lots and grassy knolls for cornhole and beer.
From magic tricks to trashcan drumming, the streets of Chapel Hill and Carrboro are constantly bustling with entertainment.
A new kind of fashion has made its way to Chapel Hill — and it involves skirts made of plastic construction netting and belts made of rolled up recycled newspaper.
It takes focus and dedication to be a great swimmer, and Katie Ford said drawing demands a similar skill set.
Aiming to appeal to the wide range of musical interests on campus, the Carolina Union Activities Board announced that there would be two separate homecoming acts this year.
UNC student's photographic series "Blood Harmony" represents construction of gender, sexual identity
Ever since the age of 12 when his father handed him his first camera, senior Gray Swartzel has been captivated by the art of photography.
Kicking off the end of semester celebrations, The Chapel Hill Players, or CHiPs, are hosting a night of laughter on Thursday with a luau-themed show packed with improvisational and sketch comedy.
With the announcement of its 2014 lineup, the organizers for ConvergeNC are ready to jam out with the rest of the UNC community.