Chancellor-elect Carol Folt isn’t the only new leader UNC will welcome this semester. Four finalists for director of the Student Union will be on campus at different points in the next few weeks, said Ray Angle, director of University Career Services and chairman of the search committee to fill the position.
UNC and Duke University students came together this weekend to discuss what many consider to be another major rivalry: that between the United States and China.
Three UNC students will join the ranks of international leaders as they present their findings on eliminating violence against women at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City today.
Sophomore Drew Nations wants to help UNC students check one thing off their bucket lists — skydiving.
The six members of Dark Water Rising, four of whom are UNC graduates, picked up their respective instruments about three years ago, learned how to play and formed a band. The group’s name references the Lumbee tribe, or “people of the dark water.”
While Real Estate’s self-titled debut sounded like a rusty yet admirable surfer’s holiday anthem, its sophomore release is the easygoing progeny of days gone by and lounging lazes. Days sees a continuation of the band’s beachy sound.
Imagine the loud and ambitious neighborhood band that always practiced in garages and occasionally made an appearance in the cul-de-sac, and you might think of a sound similar to Connecticut’s Beijing.
Don’t let the superfluous capitalization and heavy-sounding moniker fool you. MonstrO might evoke images of zealous head-banging sessions set to earsplitting noise, but the band’s sound is harder to stereotype than that. MonstrO’s self-titled debut melds traditional psychedelic rock sounds into something surprisingly diverse.
You can almost hear the chorus of emotionally befuddled adolescent girls singing along to and applauding Catie King for knowing exactly how they feel.
Pauper’s Players presents “Hair” on April 12.
Caroline Orr presents original oil paintings on the importance of water in human life.
Company Carolina is putting on The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee March 1-3 at Historic Playmakers Theater.
Glengarry Glen Ross, a Pulitzer Price winning play on the deceptive world of business, will be directed by Mark Taylor and performed by Company Carolina at Historic Playmakers Theater on Friday.
Jeanmarie Griffin, the owner of A Remix Art Gallery in Carrboro, discusses her love of reuse art and her collaboration with local artists.
Broadway Melodies will feature Cluessical, The Avengers Convention, and James Bond: The Musical.
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” will premiere at the Carrboro ArtsCenter at midnight on Nov. 9.
Students and friends gathered in the Great Hall Monday to celebrate the life of UNC freshman David Palmer Shannon.
City Editor Chelsey Dulaney moderated the second video of The Daily Tar Heel’s “In 10” series, which brings together experts to explain current news topics in about 10 minutes. She sat down with Bonnie Hauser, Lee Storrow, Earl McKee and Harry Johnson to discuss the Orange County transit plan.
Whether or not you have a valentine today, you better look out for love.
Imagine that you go to the same spot on campus every day and see that same one person. You don’t know this person, but you feel some kind of connection.
As summer continues to present rising temperatures, The Sweet Carolina Concert Series looks to bring a change of pace to the heated monotony. The University Mall will feature a band every Thursday, beginning June 2.
Emotions, stories and ideas can all be expressed through art, but once an artist finishes a piece, their work is never truly done. With an eccentric audience ranging from painters to rappers, artists of all kinds took found themselves in the West Wing of The ArtsCenter in Carrboro in order to learn how to effectively communicate themselves alongside their projects.