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Wednesday February 8th

Carolina Union Activities Board

	Rapper J. Cole performed in Carmichael Arena Sunday night for the Homecoming concert. King Mez, a Raleigh native, and Elle Varner both opened for Cole. Each performed for approximately 30 minutes, while Cole performed for around an hour. Cole wore a Carolina sweatshirt and told the crowd he has always been a Carolina fan.

J. Cole comes home

When the colorful lights started flashing and J. Cole came out in his Carolina hoodie, energy coursed through Carmichael Arena. Cole’s clever and thoughtful lyrics were a hit with the sold-out crowd, composed of mainly UNC students, at the 2012 Homecoming Concert Sunday night.

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Elle Varner was the opening act for J. Cole at the Homecoming Concert.

Q&A with Elle Varner

Elle Varner, a 23-year-old R&B singer-songwriter from California, opened for J. Cole at the 2012 UNC Homecoming Concert Sunday night. Varner collaborated with J. Cole on her most recent album. Staff writer Caroline Pate spoke to Varner about her life, her career and the future.

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	Spike Lee

Spike Lee to visit UNC

An Academy Award nominated director is coming to UNC to discuss his experiences as a black filmmaker in Hollywood. The Carolina Union Activities Board announced Tuesday that director Spike Lee will be on campus Dec. 6.

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