Joey Parker, a junior in the School of Public Health, is participating in Bike and Build, during which cyclists build homes across the country.
Quinn Matney, victim of a homophobic hate crime.
Quinn Matney, a freshman Chemistry major from Asheville, received third- and fourth-degree burns outside Craige Residence Hall as part of a hate crime on April 4, which injured his left wrist. Matney wants to raise awareness to keep the GLBT community safe.
Hongping Dai, Clarissa Zuo and Sue Xu ( L to R) protest outside the Chapel Hill Town Hall tonight before the meeting regarding the new IFC shelter on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd began.
The Borders chain has gone bankrupt and as a consequence, their bookstore on Chapel Hill boulevard is to close.
Town Treasures event at the Seymour Centre Chapel Hill. Distinguished members of the Chapel Hill community were honored at a ceremony and reception between 3pm and 5pm on Monday, February 14th. Each 'treasure' was honored with an individual portrait framed on the wall of the Seymour Centre theatre. 'Treasure' Clarence Whitefield stands with his portrait.