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Review: 'About Grace' is a long-winded but poetic telling of the life of a hydrologist

"In the night, wrapped in his poncho, the moon seemed to move closer, filling his whole frame of vision, seeping around the edges of his eyelids, abrading him, his sin and skeleton, until he felt he would become nothing but membrane, a rippling film of soul, until he was lying on the outermost ridge toward heaven, the stars at his feet, the very core of the universe within reach."

Music Monday: "Hello" to the week

Hello, its me, and I'm not happy. It's Monday, in the middle of the semester, an entire week before Halloween (do you have your costume yet??), the cold weather has set in and midterms are abundant.

Two Faced: 'Hotline Bling' video

Assistant Arts & Entertainment editor Ryan Schocket and Arts & Entertainment editor Sarah Vassello don't agree on most things, especially when it comes to pop culture. We've started Two Faced, a semi-regular series where we argue about current entertainment "news" with sass always and class sometimes. For round three, we discuss Drake's "Hotline Bling" video.

Breaking down Selena Gomez's "Revival"

Yes, yes, we know Selena Gomez's new album, Revival, came out more than a week ago. We know we're late. WE'RE SORRY. But José and Sam (who both work at The Daily Tar Heel and are our resident Selena Gomez fangirls experts) needed to get their feelings in order, which, ya know, was no small task.

Your perfect fall break soundtrack

Fall Break is here, which means four days without 8 a.m. classes, tripping on bricks and Rams Head cookies. If you’re going home, it also means four days of home-cooked meals, proper water pressure and dodging as many questions about your future as possible. Whether you’re eagerly anticipating or dreading the impending return home, here is a playlist to get you through each situation and emotion.

10 songs to combat aerophobia

If you don’t experience crippling anxiety as a result of aerophobia on your trip home, then this might not be the playlist for you. I listen to music (very loudly), mostly to mask the supposedly harmless but seemingly fatal beeps and clacks of any plane ride.