Some started at Carolina; some ended at Carolina. But they're all pushing the future of journalism to new heights. Meet the 2018 inductees to the School of Media and Journalism's Hall of Fame.
Endeavors, a UNC research publication, features an exemplary women researcher each week in its series “Women in Science Wednesday.”
The Ram’s Nook, a new concession stand run by University students, faculty and staff, will offer healthy food options at the Smith Center beginning this Saturday by having local favorite Mediterranean Deli cater the stand. Tar Heel fans will be able to purchase fresh food at comparable prices to current offerings.
Broadway Bound will celebrate Michael Jackson Thursday evening with a musical tribute full of singing and dancing.
The UNC Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Society will host a screening of "The Queen of Versailles" and discuss its relation to the ethics of affluence Thursday at 6 p.m. in Caldwell Hall, room 103.
For her first music lesson, Coral Levkovitz wanted to learn how to play “Skinny Love” by Bon Iver. Levkovitz, a first-year biology major, knew a few things about playing the acoustic guitar but had never taken a formal lesson.
The North Carolina State Fair is a 150-year-old tradition, but that doesn’t mean the vendors have run out of ingenious combinations of deep-fried concoctions and new attractions.
Indie pop trio LANY took the stage at Cat’s Cradle this weekend and performed for a worshiping crowd. Although I enjoy their music, hearing them live disappointed me after listening to their carefully crafted studio releases.
The Student Theater Workshop Festival will be offering a variety of student and professionally-led classes in the performing arts this weekend at UNC-Chapel Hill. Hosted by the UNC Pauper Players with the help of Company Carolina and Lab! Theater, this weekend of workshops benefits anyone from theater enthusiasts to newcomers.