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.
The Local Flora band can be described by three main characteristics: “funky bass,” “groove” and “weird vibes.”
Check out this student-made hip-hop album, which was made in the class "The History of Hip-Hop Culture" and was released on April 16.
Top of the Hill will be hosting Duke professor Eric Spana, and he will be discussing methods of magical inheritance in the Harry Potter universe.
Tarlton wrote “lockdown.” due to his frustration at the desensitization around school shootings and a lack of gun control legislation. Tarlton said theater is a great platform to create change.
UNC libraries and the Art and Museum Library and Information Student Society (AMLISS) hosted an edit-a-thon to contribute to the Art + Feminism campaign and edit Wikipedia articles related to females and art.
The HERE Festival held in Chapel Hill this weekend aims to support artists who belong to underrepresented groups.
“Volunteering with CPALs offers a breath of fresh air for patients who are going through an unspeakably hard time. Maintaining a friendship can make or break their mental and emotional state. It’s important for kids to have fun and get to be kids.”
Faith Jones will premiere a single from her EP "Self-Study" at Local 506 on Feb. 22.
Williams and Tu’s campaign is centered around the idea of "building bridges," which entails better representing people of color and other historically marginalized communities.