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On this week's podcast, School of Information and Library Science faculty members tell the story of how WXYC became the first radio station to stream online.
Junior Aysha Diallo shares her love for music every Sunday night as a DJ at Carolina's student-run radio station.
On this week's podcast, we share spooky stories from some of Carolina’s most famous legends and haunts.
John Vance is a studio artist taking classes in pottery. But he also designs album art and runs an upcycle clothing line.
Creaking floors where no human walks, a dapper phantom fond of performing arts, two lovers wandering the woods forever in search of one another. Do you dare visit some of these campus haunts?
Philosophy professor Horace Williams died in 1940, but many believe his ghost has moved through the house he bequeathed to Carolina.
The castle sits outside Carolina’s eastern boundary and is intertwined with the legend of Peter Dromgoole.
Among the Inn’s reported ghosts, longtime resident of suite 252 William Jacocks is said to haunt the Inn as a fun-loving presence, moving things around and locking out guests. Jacocks lived there from 1948 until his death in 1965.