Five graduate students from the class of 2016 are hosting a sneak peek of their documentary called Project Bucket that focuses on friendship, adventure, and self-discovery that they found through a list of 100 items on the UNC bucket list.
Fists beating on the table. Perspiration forming on the faces of Tar Heel fans young and old. Legs shaking and Tar Heel chants erupting through the bars across the country.
First-years Quincy Godwin and Ethan Baechtold are feeling musical — the leaders of Global International Worldwide, Intl. are hosting the first ever Kazooo It! Friday at Wilson Library.
UNC Habitat for Humanity is hosting Mixed Concrete, the sixth annual art auction, this Saturday at 6 p.m. at TRU Deli + Wine to raise money to build a home for a family in need.
Through the partnership of UNC Battle of the African Royale and the African Fashion Week Charlotte, African dance groups from universities across North Carolina will compete in “Battle of the Schools, an African Dance Competition” at UNC on Saturday, Feb. 11
Many UNC students are currently debating where to live next year as apartment and housing leases are being signed every day. Staff writer Michelle Dixon asked students: what’s the best part of living off campus?
In elementary school, I was taught those four words that stirred our nation into a whirlwind of civil right movements. Those same civil right movements gave many of us the ability to vote, go to school, get jobs and even become the president of the United States.
Vivi Santana, a Latina first-year majoring in biology, stumbled over her words through tears.dir. “My parents could get deported,” she said.
In America, pumpkins have become an essential part of the Halloween tradition. But the pumpkin wasn’t always used for holiday decorations.
Tears cascaded down my face as their veins emerged from the sides of their throats while they desperately shouted for their voice to be heard throughout the buildings of UNC. Out of their mouths poured words of lyrical poetic frustration about their pain, fear and anger in response to the emergence of ignorance that once plagued our country. Ignorance of who we are as a black community.