Sept. 12, 2018
The sites of two apartment complexes that have sheltered generations of UNC students are undergoing huge changes. The biggest immediate change came for Town House Apartments. The brick complex built in the 1960s that stretched...Read More
June 22, 2018
Patrons of The Cave are in for some surprises this summer. The biggest one might be that the 50-year-old bar and music venue is still around at 452½ W. Franklin St. It almost wasn’t. In April,...Read More
April 30, 2018
Tears flowed after the last meal had been served at Spanky’s, the landmark restaurant that has anchored the northeast corner of Franklin and Columbia streets since 1977. “I hugged Mickey goodbye,” said co-owner Greg Overbeck...Read More
Snow is rare enough in Chapel Hill that it still sparks interest when it falls. Students have always treked to the campus to enjoy random displays of frivolity: snowball fights, snowman construction and cafeteria tray sledding. Photo by David E. Brown ’75
View a video of the 2010 snowball fight including the fate of an unlucky N.C. State student.
View the DTH photo gallery of a snowball fight involving 100s of students during the 2010 snow.
View the DTH video of the snowball fight.