Last Saturday, UNC hosted the annual Aaj Ka Dhamaka dance competition in Memorial Hall.
The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) is currently hosting their first fashion exhibit with “Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair.”
Each month, our staff at the Arts and Entertainment desk puts together a list of concerts coming to the Triangle area. With genres ranging from indie-folk to punk-metal Christian worship, we’ve got you covered for just a few of the many performances coming your way.
The Ackland Art Museum’s exhibition "Flash of Light, Fog of War: Japanese Military Prints, 1894-1905" captures the cultural and historical perspectives of Japanese woodblock prints from the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War at the turn of the 20th century.
This Friday, for one night only, LAB! Theatre will be putting on a rendition of the renowned musical "Next to Normal." The performance begins at 7:30 p.m., is free of charge, and tells a story of mental health that is sure to intrigue and entertain attendees.
This Friday and Saturday, the UNC Writing for the Screen and Stage Program will be presenting the Long Story Shorts One Act Play Festival in the Studio 6 Theater of Swain Hall.
The UNC eSports, Carolina Union Activities Board (CUAB) and the Residential Housing Association are hosting a League of Legends World Championship watch party Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Union’s Great Hall.
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.
Dissimilar South is a folk band of four UNC-Chapel Hill students who are playing at Local 506 with Pretend Chess Friday. Tickets are $8, and the show starts at 9 p.m.
The Zine Machine Printed Matter Festival will highlight local artists this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Durham. The festival will feature all forms of printed matter, including zines, comics, prints and books, in addition to talks by artists. This is its third year and the event is free of charge.
Get ready to rock — Phi Sigma Pi’s Alpha Kappa Chapter at UNC will be hosting their fifth annual Battle of the Bands competition at 9 p.m. on Nov. 3 at Country Fried Duck.
Dr. Li-ling Hsiao, an associate professor of Chinese language and literature at UNC, was happy to showcase the guqin to a crowd gathered in Ackland Art Museum on Sunday.
If any students happened to be on North Campus last Thursday evening, they may have caught a glimpse of something rather out of the ordinary.
Over 80 amateur detectives descended upon the aisles of Wilson Library Monday evening to try and solve a Carolina murder mystery, as the library hosts its semi-annual game of Clue.
The first season of Netflix's "Stranger Things" received critical acclaim and major success as it catapulted the show into the mainstream. Now, with season two released last Friday, we found out what students thought of the new season, and what they are hoping for in new episodes. Staff writer Joseph Keys asked UNC students, “Have you seen the new season of 'Stranger Things'? If so, what do you think about it? If not, what are your opinions on the show?”
Most members of the UNC Class of 2014 are still just starting out in their professional fields, but their classmate, Alex Rizk Keane, a School of Media and Journalism graduate, has already made significant accomplishments in the entertainment industry.
When you hear "War of the Worlds," you probably think of Tom Cruise running around the alien-invaded world in 2005, but it’s time to start thinking about Company Carolina’s upcoming production of the show.
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.
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.