Cirque de Vol, a circus arts studio located in Raleigh, hosted a winter-wonderland themed student showcase on Jan. 13 and Jan. 14.
The end of November is an exciting time for students in Chapel Hill. Finals are in a couple of weeks, basketball season is beginning and, of course, Christmastime is right around the corner. To ring in the holiday season, staff writer A.J. O’Leary asked a few students what their favorite Christmas songs are.
The new organization, Healing Hands, seeks to utilize music as more than just a method of self expression or a way to pass the time — they want to help people forget their troubles, even during their darkest hours.
UNC Mixed AAPI Student's Heritage (MASH), in its efforts to promote Asian-American and Pacific Islander culture, will host its first ever UNC CineMASH event on Friday from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. The Asian-American film festival will be complete with dumplings and a discussion panel to talk about the issues brought up in the films after the event.
Most people abide by certain rules in libraries: don’t talk, whisper if you must and don’t eat or drink. A library would be the last place one would throw a party, especially the library in a highly respected school of library science. Why then, one might ask, was the School of Information and Library Sciences (SILS) library at UNC packed with people dressed like wizards, all snacking and socializing last Friday? It was Harry Potter Night.
“Blade Runner 2049” is two hours and 47 minutes long. To all those who rolled their eyes when they heard that: rest assured, not a moment is wasted.
The Carrboro Film Festival starts with a blast from the past on Nov. 18 with a screening of Buster Keaton's "Sherlock Jr.," featuring an original score by UNC senior and music composer Noah Balamucki. Staff Writer A.J. O'Leary spoke to Balamucki about his experiences as a composer.
Compared to most musicians, Ugly God is… different. His songs are repetitive, profane and sometimes border on nonsensical. But they are always memorable.
Duke biology professor Sönke Johnsen will be giving a talk about his experiences as a scientist and an artist, and where they have overlapped on Tuesday, September 19 at 7pm in Motorco Music Hall.