Tuesday September 23rd 2014

‘Features’

Plundering for pastries

Plundering for pastries

Krispy Kreme celebrated International Talk Like a Pirate Day by handing out free doughnuts to some local buccaneers. [Read More]

Community bonds over video games

Community bonds over video games

As video games have become more popular, UNC eSports has evolved into a diverse community of students. [Read More]

Farm Aid comes to North Carolina

Farm Aid comes to North Carolina

After 28 years, Farm Aid comes to Raleigh and is bringing musical legends like Willie Nelson with it. [Read More]

Drummer shares love of music

Drummer shares love of music

Ghana native Osei Appiagye shares his musical talents with local kids and teaches them the traditional uses and functions of drums. [Read More]

Famed redwood has unknown orgins

Famed redwood has unknown orgins

There's a California redwood tree towering over the sights and sounds of Columbia Street. No one is sure of its exact origins. [Read More]

Local band ready for big time

Local band ready for big time

Campfires and Constellations, a band of five UNC seniors, begins its first tour. [Read More]

Selfie use rising among females

Recent studies have found that college aged women in the U.S. may be the most likely candidates to take selfies. [Read More]

Young girls strive for healthfulness

After receiving a grant from the Clinton Global Initiative this year, a Chapel Hill organization is preparing to grow. [Read More]

TEACCH program helps those with autism

An UNC program that helps autism sufferers and their families has become a national model. [Read More]

Concerns grow over fitness apps

Concerns grow over fitness apps

A third of people have fitness apps on their smartphones. They can be good tools, but fitness instructors also have concerns. [Read More]

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