Illuminated by candlelight, participants in Friday’s Relay For Life walked in silence on the track of Fetzer Field in honor of loved ones who have battled cancer.
Instead of spending their time watching Saturday morning cartoons, many Chapel Hill children enjoyed the sunshine and the science at the fifth annual UNC Science Expo this weekend.
The third Womyn’s Issues Now Conference attracted around 50 people to the Student Union on Saturday.
When roads turned icy and traveling became dangerous on Friday, most scheduled events, from classes to meetings, were cancelled. But the Minority Health Conference came up with a quick alternative.
A UNC group invited 92 high school seniors to campus this week and challenged them to cross the line.
Not everyone begins Valentine’s Day by holding hands with someone special. For junior Gayatri Rathod, the perfect Valentine’s Day began with running the Racing the Roof 5K for UNC's chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
Everyone has his or her own pre-game rituals — but not everyone’s goes viral.
At a UNC School of Law panel, one of the main topics was activism in the face of police violence. To stimulate more meaningful thoughts over the criminal justice system and to improve the relation between the police and communities of color, UNC Clinical Programs and the UNC center for Civil Rights sponsored a program consisting of three panels on Jan.
When Mia Burroughs was elected to the Orange County Board of Commissioners on Nov. 5, an empty seat was left behind on the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education.
About 32,000 people hit Franklin Street for Halloween Friday night. The Daily Tar Heel spoke to some of the costumed crowd.
Daily Tar Heel staff writer Shuyan Huang sat down with Emanuel Luna, a banquet server and bartender at the Carolina Inn, for Town Talk’s weekly Humans of Chapel Hill feature.