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Tuesday June 15th

Arts & Culture


DTH Photo Illustration. The Process Series partners with UNC's Department of American Studies to present a Storytelling Festival.

The Process Series' Storytelling Festival aims to bring people together

“Our brains are now really wired for narrative as the memorable way for us to take in information, sort it out, and store it with meaning,” storyteller Milbre Burch said. “So why not devote yourself to the most effective way to communicate with people, especially if you're trying to do it for the betterment of a culture."  The series will be livestreamed from Feb. 17 to Feb. 21.

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UNC students of the Department of Music practice for the upcoming 2017 Carolina Jazz Festival.

Annual Carolina Jazz Festival to be virtual, connect high schoolers to professionals

The annual Carolina Jazz Festival will be held online from Thursday, Feb. 18 to Saturday, Feb. 20, kicking off with livestream concerts by University faculty and students. For high school students, there will be open clinics, coaching sessions and a competition with cash prizes.  “I think it says a lot about Dr. Anderson's dedication and thoughts about serving the student communities that he has stuck it through,” UNC Jazz Band Director Rahsaan Barber said. “And I think we've actually created something that is going to be uniquely positive.”

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DTH Photo Illustration. Students scroll through "Where Y'all Goin'", a student run Instagram account exposing UNC students violating COVID protocols.

Where'd Y'all Go? Viral watchdog Instagram account deleted after threats

“I think this account was the first time that students were seeing, ‘Oh, people are watching,’” UNC senior Molly Cummings said. “I think the students that don't care, simply don't care. I don't think their actions are going to change unless the University does something, so with the account being gone, I don't know that things will change unless the University starts taking action.”

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