"A combination of 'The Breakfast Club' and 'Bridesmaids,'" the comedy play "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" premiers this weekend at the William Peace Theatre.
The Statue of Liberty has welcomed thousands of immigrants into the U.S. for over a century. Now, it also stands in works of art featured in Pleiades Arts that speak to the struggle immigrants to this country still face today. “DREAMers: DACA, Deportation Defense, and the American Dream” is a visual art exhibit currently on display at Pleiades Arts. It is a collaboration between the studio, Alerta Migratoria NC and the NC Dream Coalition.
The Wombats performed at Cat’s Cradle on Monday night, giving a performance that would leave any fan with a smile on their face. The tour is prefacing the release of their new album “Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life,” available Feb. 9.
"Being normal is vastly overrated," according to Aggie Cromwell.
The Carolina Theatre in Durham will be hosting Splatterflix: a series of horror films from the 1970s and '80s.
The Paperhand Puppet Intervention performed “Of Wings and Feet” at the North Carolina Museum of Art Sept. 8-10. They also performed at the Forest Theatre in Chapel Hill from Aug. 11-Sept. 4.
Your first year at UNC is full of new experiences — your first dorm room (and likely first roommate), your first time on your own, and the first of many college courses. Another “first” that the majority of students participate in? The first year seminar.
In high school, it is easy to feel alone, different, or stuck. In a community where location may be the only thing you have in common with peers, it can be difficult to talk about your aspirations and passions, or to even be the person that you would like to be.
Sweaty bodies hover against each other, separated by each others’ backpacks. Everyone chatters amongst their friends and strangers, remarking on the bands they’ve seen so far and playing Rock, Paper, Scissors to pass the time.