Word on the Street: What is the coolest thing you have heard of that has been given out for free on campus?
From pizza in the Pit to t-shirts at FallFest to thermoses at the housing fair, free stuff is abundant at UNC. Staff writer Tiffani Gibbs asked students about the coolest free things on campus.
Hinton James Residence Hall will turn 50 years old this fall. Built in 1967, the dormitory — colloquially known as "Hojo" by first-years — houses 964 first-years and has 10 floors. The building, which is the farthest from main campus of all dorms and a 14-minute walk from the Pit, was named after the first student to arrive at UNC.
In January of 2017 the Sheldon Peck Endowment was given to the Ackland Museum in Chapel Hill. This was the largest donation given to the Ackland Museum to date.
Students created Wikipedia accounts and edited and wrote articles about women artists using resources in the Sloane Art Library Thursday to bring attention to woman artists and how they are overlooked in the general public.
If students want extra help or one-on-one time with professors, club members or staff, on-campus coffee hours can provide them with in-person interactions.
Sophomore Ray Cheever is in the process of developing an app for the Counseling and Psychological Services with other students and faculty. Daily Tar Heel staff writer Tiffani Gibbs talked with Cheever about his plans for the app.
On Thursday evening, Beautiful Brain: Neuroscience+Art was held at the Morehead Planetarium.
With the UNC vs. Duke men’s basketball game quickly approaching on Saturday, many students are willing to do almost anything to get a ticket.
This coming Saturday, February 18th, Memorial Hall will hold the South Asian A Capella competition, Sangeet Sangar, at 6pm.
Fifth-grade students at Ephesus Elementary School learned about the fundamentals of music when the Marching Tar Heels came to their school to teach music lessons.