UNC first-year Ashley Boldt typically uses Uber several times a week. Without a car on campus, the service lets her go to the supermarket, the airport and to destinations off-campus with her friends. A good Uber driver is on time, doesn’t scare her with their driving and is generally a nice person, Boldt said. Occasionally, she said she has had drivers that have made her feel uncomfortable. “A few times I’ve seen my drivers go off the route of the GPS and I always get nervous for a second, even if nothing has ever come of it,” she said.
A portion of the side and railing of the pedestrian bridge between the Bank of America parking deck and the CVS building broke off Sunday afternoon.
ICE officials have recently made at least 10 detainments in Orange and Chatham Counties. Carrboro and Chapel Hill officials want citizens to know their rights: Everyone has the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, the right to not open the door and the right to not show identification.
"We were injured and we're not happy about it," said Bloodstained Men and their Friends spokesperson Harry Guiremand. A group of protestors donning cowboy hats and white suits with bloodstained crotches gathered to argue the protection of foreskins across the country.
Generations of Spanky’s patrons reminisce on the restaurant's memorable imprint on Chapel Hill culture as it closed its doors for the last time.
Spanky's Bar and Grill, a Franklin Street staple, will close Saturday after 40 years.
True character is what somebody does when no one is looking, and how a newspaper handles controversy says a lot about its dedication to editorial freedom. UNC alum share their own experiences with controversy in the DTH newsroom.
UNC students and local residents ran to Franklin Street to celebrate the Tar Heel's 82-78 victory over Duke. People rushed out of Top of the Hill Distillery, residences and the Dean Dome to be the first to the center of Chapel Hill.
Central North Carolina, including Orange County, is expected to receive two to four inches of snow Wednesday morning, according to a statement by the National Weather Service. The University has cancelled classes for Wednesday and before noon on Thursday.
When Jessica Toney texts her boyfriend during her "lunch break," he's often going to sleep. Toney, a UNC senior who works midnight shifts in a lab at the UNC Medical Center every other weekend, has her routine down to a science. After a full day of classes, she eats a large bowl of pasta and takes a nap for five hours before heading into work. “I'm suddenly left alone in the world,” she said. “Everyone's asleep or getting back from their parties and I'm still going strong at work — sometimes I just post to my Snapchat story just to feel like I'm not alone, even though I know none of them will see it until the morning.”