Reese News Lab Staff
April 19, 2012 The UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication received a grant to provide a digital news service that advances the national conversation[…]
In “100 gallons,” a new online film from the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication, viewers learn some intriguing facts about water. A turd[…]
Memorial Day weekend ushers in the summer driving season. This year, motorists face significantly lower gasoline prices, and that should encourage more North Carolinians to[…]
The aroma of freshly baked bread wafted through Carrboro on May 19 as locals and visitors filtered through booths of community artisans on Main Street.[…]
Sgt. Josh Mecimore of the Chapel Hill Police Department knows that his town — the so called “Southern Part of Heaven” — is not crime-ridden.[…]
Yvonne Brown hasn’t seen any extra open parking spaces in Chapel Hill just because most UNC students left town two weeks ago. Brown, who for[…]
The hundreds of bodies lying around UNC’s campus on most sunny days are not evidence of a massacre, but according to the report this month[…]
Ackland hosts first Slow Art Day
Slow Art Day is a global event started in 2009. Patrons look at a small set set of pre-selected works 5-10 minutes each.
Ten Chapel Hill residents and one neurobiology student wandered around the Ackland Art Museum for two hours. But, they only looked at five pieces. Saturday,[…]
Ticket update, Monday, 4:25 p.m.: All tickets for President Barack Obama’s policy speech were distributed as of 3:40 p.m. on Monday, according to the University[…]
'The Milford Project' has East Coast premiere at UNC
New musical centers on Richie, a 13 year-old boy, and the attention his science fair project receives from the US government.
It all started with a science fair. UNC-Chapel Hill’s LAB! Theatre presented the East Coast premiere of the new musical The Milford Project, by Kevin[…]