"Whether it's origami or bath bombs, getting creative with crafts and being productive in fun ways can help make this tough time a bit more bearable."
Arts & Culture Assistant Editor Aaron Sugarman created a playlist of songs that have personally passed his vibe check and are guaranteed to give you some serotonin.
One of the lasting cultural legacies of the 2010s will undoubtedly be the mainstream popularization of the meme — and as the resident meme historian of The Daily Tar Heel, I have identified some of the best memes that emerged over the past decade.
Paperhand Puppet Intervention brings environmental awareness to life with monster puppets.
The Daily Tar Heel's assistant Arts & Culture editor Aaron Sugarman sat down with Emily Krupa, the president of the Carolina Creative Writing Association for a question and answer session about the organization.
Pokémon was once a family activity for first-year Blaine Hill. After watching his older brother find success in the 2005 Pokémon Trading Card Game World Championships, Hill decided he wanted to do the same. He had his chance this past weekend in Washington D.C., where he competed against players from all around the world.
Playwright and UNC professor Howard Craft has presented versions of this one-woman show since 2012. The interactive play shares the story, music and life lessons of Grammy Award nominated musician and civil rights activist, Nina Simone, "a North Carolina treasure," as Craft described her. The show will run from Aug. 21 to Aug. 25.
Company Carolina is preparing to celebrate their 25th anniversary with scenes and songs from some of their favorite performances throughout their time on campus.
“We just know how much Prince is loved by so many and what he represents and wanted to give an opportunity for people to come out and celebrate."