2/27/2018 10:59pm

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Column: Art and guns

It’s hard to retain perspective – to advocate for moderation, instead of quantum leaps of progress – in the wake of a tragedy as mind-numbingly horrific as the Parkland shooting. I, as much as the next appalled, pro-gun-control observer, want all the guns gone. Now, preferably.  

1/28/2018 7:32pm

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Review: 'Paddington 2' deserves its 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes

"Paddington 2"’s 100 percent fresh review on Rotten Tomatoes isn’t a bit or some meme taken too far. The recently released film deserves the praise it's receiving as it not only entertains the audience, but also teaches lessons we all need to hear in ways only a movie geared for children can.  

11/14/2017 10:00pm

Landscape painter speaks at Hanes Art Center about the American aesthetic

Marc Handelman, an artist who works in painting, installation, books, film/video and photography, spoke at the NCU ART & Art History Artist Talk at Hanes Arts Center on Tuesday night.  Handelman said a lot of his painting draws on American aesthetics, so much of which is rooted in 19th century American landscape painting. His work explores how forms of rhetoric in landscape and nature appear in today’s art and politics. 

10/29/2017 11:07pm

How to avoid cultural appropriating costumes this Halloween

As Halloween quickly approaches, the concept of cultural appropriation versus cultural appreciation becomes a hot topic surrounding costumes worn leading up to and on the holiday.  A wide variety of Halloween costumes draw large amounts of debate every year, but where should society draw the line between costumes that misappropriate other cultures and races and those that embrace and appreciate them? 

10/23/2017 7:50pm

Rachel Medlin

Word On The Street: What is your favorite Halloween memory?

With Hallo-weekend quickly approaching, students at Chapel Hill are getting their costumes ready and waiting for the highly anticipated festivities. Whether you’ll be watching "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" at the Varsity Theatre, monster-mashing with friends or joining the thousands on Franklin Street come Halloween night, it is sure to be a thriller.