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Adele Morris


Sones de México Ensemble, pictured, will be hosting the Sones de México Ensemble Concert & Workshop at the Stone Center on Friday, Sept. 9, 2022.
Photo Courtesy of Juan Dies and Photo by Henry Fajardo.
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Sones de México to bring ensemble to UNC's campus this Friday

From performances in Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, Grammy nominations and their ability to collectively play 80 musical instruments, the Sones de México Ensemble is no amateur group. And soon, they will be bringing their talent to Chapel Hill. Sones de México will be coming to UNC on September 9 to host a workshop and concert in the The Sonja Haynes Stone Center. 

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'I deserve an education': Carolina for Every Body event calls for accessibility on campus

Dozens of UNC community members gathered in front of the South Building, holding posters with slogans reading “Accessibility is not an extra step, it’s a step you missed,” and “Disabled and proud.” The April 27 gathering was part of the Campus Y’s Carolina for Every Body event held to protest inaccessibility on campus. Campus Y co-presidents Laura Saavedra Forero and Megan Murphy organized the event.

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Carolina Indian Circle holds first in-person powwow since pandemic

This year marked the Carolina Indian Circles’ 35th annual powwow, one of the largest collegiate powwows on the East Coast — and the CIC's first since the pandemic began in 2020. “It’s kind of like having a family reunion where you’re just coming back to this common space that you only see annually," Evynn Richardson, CIC's culture co-chairperson, said. CIC members said that, especially at a predominately white institution, having a Native American identity often means fighting to have their voices heard. 

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