With midterms ending and finals season fast approaching, many UNC professors are asking students to attend cultural events for their classes. Whether you need event ideas to get class credit or are looking for a way to spend a cultured evening, here is a list of some opportunities for students to take advantage of on campus.
A group of members from the American Society for Defense of Tradition, Family and Property is protesting against Planned Parenthood and abortion in the quad of Polk Place today.
If you’re looking for a show where they go hardcore, and there’s glitter on the floor — Kesha’s “Rainbow Tour 2017” is the destination. The pop-rock artist performed to a sold-out crowd at the Ritz Raleigh Monday night.
“Teen Wolf” ended its six-year run with its 100th episode last night, but Scott McCall and his pack’s story is far from over.
Every Friday until Oct. 30 in the Media Resource Center of the Undergraduate Library, the Department of Romance Studies is hosting a film screening series called “Fear Friday with Dario Argento.”
TV reboots and revivals are in. Original shows are out.
For students, Labor Day means no class, and no class is a golden opportunity to venture out into Chapel Hill and eat good food.
Netflix’s “Death Note” wants to be an edgy, hip live-action adaptation of the original series, but it ultimately seals its fate as anything but.
It may be the year of the rooster, but that might change soon. After teasing fans with snake clips on her social media accounts, Taylor Swift announced today that she is releasing the first single off her new album, “Reputation,” tomorrow night.
Out with the old, in with the new – new TV shows, that is. With fall right around the corner, TV networks are busy cranking out new programming to entertain their primetime viewers.
Kesha performed at the Ritz Raleigh Monday night.
The cast of "Teen Wolf" spoke in a panel at Nerd HQ during San Diego Comic-Con 2016 for "Conversations for a Cause."