CULTURE


11/6/2017 9:25pm

Priscilla Layne will give a talk as part of the Triangle Film Salon lecture series. Photo courtesy of Priscilla Layne.

Q&A with Priscilla Layne, assistant professor in German

Priscilla Layne, an assistant professor of German at UNC,  will be speaking on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at Film at UNC’s Triangle Salon series in her lecture “All That Glitters Isn’t Gold: Auma Obama's Nightmare of Postunification Germany." The lecture has moved from Greenlaw 502 to Mitchell Hall 005 at 5 p.m. 


11/5/2017 8:54pm

Many concerts will be throughout the triangle during month of November, such as Local 506. Photo courtesy of Evan Millican.

Review: Concerts to go to this November

Each month, our staff at the Arts and Entertainment desk puts together a list of concerts coming to the Triangle area. With genres ranging from indie-folk to punk-metal Christian worship, we’ve got you covered for just a few of the many performances coming your way. 


11/2/2017 11:45pm

Hannah Hendren (left) and Andrew Linden (right) play Natalie and Henry in LAB! Theatre's production of "Next to Normal." Photo courtesy of Caroline Amy.

LAB! Theatre puts on 'Next to Normal'

This Friday, for one night only, LAB! Theatre will be putting on a rendition of the renowned musical "Next to Normal." The performance begins at 7:30 p.m., is free of charge, and tells a story of mental health that is sure to intrigue and entertain attendees.


11/1/2017 7:57pm

The Zine Machine Printed Matter Festival is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Durham. Photo courtesy of Bill Fick.

The Zine Machine Printed Matter Festival celebrates indie creators

The Zine Machine Printed Matter Festival will highlight local artists this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Durham. The festival will feature all forms of printed matter, including zines, comics, prints and books, in addition to talks by artists. This is its third year and the event is free of charge.  


10/30/2017 7:17pm

Madison Schaper

Word on the Street: Have you seen the new season of 'Stranger Things'?

The first season of Netflix's "Stranger Things" received critical acclaim and major success as it catapulted the show into the mainstream. Now, with season two released last Friday, we found out what students thought of the new season, and what they are hoping for in new episodes. Staff writer Joseph Keys asked UNC students, “Have you seen the new season of 'Stranger Things'? If so, what do you think about it? If not, what are your opinions on the show?”