24 foodie hours in Asheville

Comment

24 foodie hours in Asheville

Tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is known for its rich art scene and historical architecture, as well as its vibrant array of restaurants and coffee-shops. Read on to check out some of my favorite spots.

Comment

FEWER TARHEELS AND MORE GIANT SPIDERS

FEWER TARHEELS AND MORE GIANT SPIDERS

Alexa Cardoso will be traveling to Australia next spring for study abroad and like many others, must prepare to leave Chapel Hill.

Travel Diary: San Fran Edition

Comment

Travel Diary: San Fran Edition

After nine hours of traveling from coast to coast, I landed in San Francisco. I rode in a bus straight from the airport to a hotel in the Haight-Ashbury district and decided to go to bed in my boring, standard room.

Comment

Destination Dublin

Comment

Destination Dublin

Piper Anderson uncovers the antiquities and quirks of Dublin, Ireland complete with funky shops and some awe-inspiring castles. 

Comment

A City on the Move

A City on the Move

Travel through the streets of London as a UNC student reflects on their semester abroad. Learn about the best places to relax, the bustle of the metro, and even the "language barrier" between the United States and the United Kingdom.

The Food Lover’s Guide to Cape Town

Comment

The Food Lover’s Guide to Cape Town

Cape Town is a foodie’s heaven. You can find everything from massive burgers to mouthwatering vegan treats to out-of-this-world sushi wraps. I’ve put on a few pounds in the past few months, but in the name of good food, it’s been worth it. Here are my top 16 places to munch, in no particular order – because they’re all so good.

Comment

An Argument for Family Vacation

An Argument for Family Vacation

While many people spend the year planning spring break with all their friends in tropical places with excellent nightlife, I look forward to a quieter break. 

NoDa? No duh!

NoDa? No duh!

Quirky and offbeat, come to NoDa and you’ll be charmed by delicious food, beautiful art galleries, and a happy hippie spirit.

An American’s Guide to Prague

An American’s Guide to Prague

Prague (or “Praha” to the locals) is the capital of the Czech Republic and is known for its rich history, beers, beautiful architecture and beers. In my time there, I noticed a few things you just can’t get over in a week. So here they are, eight of those small, little things that remind you you’re just not in America anymore, Toto.

PSL: Pretty Shameful Latte?

Comment

PSL: Pretty Shameful Latte?

Does ordering a PSL or a Peppermint Mocha embarrass you? You're not the only one. In this piece, Coulture digs into the gender stereotypes surrounding what we drink.

Comment

Resting Above Ground

Comment

Resting Above Ground

The rain had just ceased, the gray blanket of clouds above backlit by a deeply hidden sun. This was the day I decided to visit a New Orleans cemetery.

Comment