Topics: Arts & Entertainment
Wilson Special Collections Library will host "Corruption of the Innocents: Controversies about Popular Children’s Books" in the Melba Remig Saltarelli Exhibit Room beginning April 28.
Preparing for finals? Ugh, what a drag!
For most UNC students, final exams means long, quiet hours spent studying. But John Brackett’s MUSC158 class, the final exam is all about volume and star power.
MUSC 158 is Rock Lab, a spring semester course in which students learn the ins and outs of forming a rock band.
The class is in its fourth year at UNC.
Big names like Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr and most recently Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas are canceling their concerts in North Carolina to protest House Bill 2.
Roses are red, violets are blue, and this month, Chapel Hill is writing haiku.
Throughout April, the town of Chapel Hill is inviting locals to take part in a haiku project.
Lavonda Burnette said her love of Prince has shaped her life.
This weekend, the fraternity members of Pi Lambda Phi, Kappa Sigma and Zeta Psi united for the first-ever Wing Fest, a fundraising event for Habitat for Humanity that featured a variety of wings as well as a wing-eating competition. Staff writer Hangzhang Connie Jin spoke with sophomore Pi Lambda Phi member and co-organizer Jalen Spruill about the event, why wings and what makes the best wings.
Company Carolina took to the stage to perform "Cyrano" at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro last weekend.
From Waffle House worker to Waffle Street author: UNC graduate James Adam writes about his experience
After acquiring an MBA in finance from UNC, James Adams went to work as a product manager in a hedge fund.
Senior Lauren Offer and her father were inseparable.
A UNC senior and class of 2013 graduate both have a message for millennials: Believe in your selfie.
Award-winning author and UNC graduate Robert Morgan will read from his newest novel, “Chasing the North Star," at Flyleaf Books tonight at 7 p.m.
Ackland Art Museum: Depth Perception
The Ackland Art Museum will show "Depth Perception," an exhibit exploring how people perceive the world around them and how they identify within it.
“We all went to Ehaus woods to smoke, and we were on the bridge in Ehaus woods. We heard a dog bark, and I just kind of got sketched and said, ‘Oh, let’s pack up.
Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt, a Brooklyn-based filmmaker originally from Chapel Hill, is hosting a showing of his film “Havana Motor Club” at the Silverspot Cinema tonight.
Alexander Julian is no stranger to fashion — he was born into it, he was raised in it and eventually he would change it.
When Heather Strickland held rehearsal for an all-female version of “Titus Andronicus,” she didn’t expect the backlash she received.
For my last arts column, I wanted to write something I can stand behind forever.
Through her moving series of images, "Slothlove," Sam Trull reveals her perspective as a friend to the incredibly disarming sloths of Costa Rica. Her images illustrate much about the lives of these awe-inspiring creatures while also conveying the hardship and struggle they face for survival. Trull will be speaking about her book at Flyleaf Books Wednesday night.
Glory hole reviews on Yelp, Waffle House debates on the gender of God and dead bodies in the basement of Gardner Hall were only some of the topics UNC’s satire publication The Minor touched on since its first post on Sept. 2, 2013.