As the end of 2019 approaches, another decade of fashion comes to a close. Students at UNC gave their take on the trends of fashion over the past decade, and anticipate thrifting to be one that prevails in the new decade.
People throughout the UNC community are alleviating the effects of fast fashion by promoting thrifting and reusing clothes.
Restaurants in Chapel Hill are making an effort to create vegetarian and vegan friendlier menus, including variations of popular southern food.
The art department at UNC offers studio art and art history as majors and minors for students looking to become professional artists or well-rounded liberal arts students with a focus on creativity.
“My mentality on dance in general is that everyone can and should experience the power of physicality with their body and emotions.”
“I can’t find anything negative to say about this merge. I think for the present and future it will be wildly beneficial. I am lucky to have the opportunity to experience this rebranding and to experience the positive outcome it has brought and will continue to bring.”
"I will admit there are a couple of songs on her latest album that I am not a fan of, but this is insignificant in comparison to my respect for Taylor Swift as an artist. Not every beat or lyric will resonate with each listener, but love and its butterfly effects is a theme to rally behind; a unifier not just for 'Swifties,' but for everyone trying to find a place in this world."
Check out some of these artists coming to the area to paint the Triangle with diverse sound and creative artistry this September.
Several venues in Chapel Hill and surrounding areas offer student discounts to their shows to ensure that students are still being exposed to the arts regardless of money constraints.
UNC student Aeris Carter founded Carter Plays for POTS, a nonprofit organization providing people with disabilities with the opportunity to be involved in the dramatic arts. Her inspiration for the organization stemmed from her own struggles with POTS and her want for the UNC community to better understand similar disabilities.