Studio art is not what comes to mind when thinking of money-making majors, but some UNC student artists are using their creativity to turn a profit by selling commissioned art.
The Emmy Awards have come and gone this year, but for UNC Student TV, the biggest television event is happening this Saturday from 7-10 p.m. At the Red Carpet Fall Premiere, STV will debut its new season of shows, which members have been working on throughout the semester.
On Saturday, Nov. 11 at 5 p.m., the UNC Wordsmiths will host Slamsgiving, the fifth and final spoken word poetry competition before the Grand Slam Finals. This event will consist of both new and returning poets, as well as feature poet Kevin Kantor.
This Sunday, Nov. 5 at 2 a.m., Daylight Saving Time ends and clocks get set back an hour. For UNC students, this means saying goodbye to walking to morning classes in the dark. It also means gaining an extra hour this weekend.
Since 2011, the Marching Tar Heels were unable to find a single majorette skilled enough to join the band. That is, until first-year students Ava Smith and Ciara Gillis twirled onto the scene. Now the band has two baton-wielding performers for its pregame and halftime shows.
Halloween is a time for pumpkin carving, monsters and, for the group Mettlesome, sketch comedy.
“Battle of the Sexes” is more than a movie. It is a rallying cry for feminism that uses Billie Jean King’s defeat of Bobby Riggs to remind the audience of persisting gender inequities — and it does all this while entertaining audiences and showing off a magnificently star-studded cast.
Regardless of music taste, anyone can find a concert for them in the Triangle area this October. From rap to trap, here are some of our suggestions for music acts to see in the next month.
The second annual Beats n Bars festival in Durham, which kicks off Friday, Sept. 22, is not your typical music festival. From graffiti and battle-rapping to conferences with artists, this event is all about hip-hop.