Sarah McBride, the national press secretary at the Human Rights Campaign, came to Flyleaf Books Saturday to discuss her memoir, "Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality." Staff writer Emilie Scheuerle spoke to McBride about her experiences as an LGBTQ activist, speaker and writer.
Chapel Hill Dance Theater will perform Peter Pan at Chapel Hill High School this weekend. It hopes you'll "follow the star" and come see.
From Hollywood to your local bar, most comedians tend to be male. Erin Terry, co-host and producer of Eyes Up Here, is giving female comedians a chance to perform in a more inclusive show. The show has had over 65 different women performers participate and has put on over 30 events all around the state.
Staff Writer Emilie Scheuerle talked with Kristin Hernandez, one of the owners of Doyle’s Vineyard in Durham, about their wine and Girl Scout cookie pairing event. Inspired by a love of Girl Scout cookies, this unique event has sold out every year.
Coco Amino is a Chapel Hill-based pop rock band. Their first EP, "coco amino" was released in December. The band is set to play a show at the Cave in Chapel Hill on Sunday Jan. 21 with Estuarie and Jameson.
Nothing sets you in the holiday mood more than sitting down and watching a Christmas classic. From comedies to musicals, people's favorite movie varies, but the one thing that is a constant is the joy the movies bring. Arts and Entertainment writer Emilie Scheuerle asked students, “What is your favorite Christmas movie?”
Addled Muse Fire Theater put on their original show called “Purgatoire” on Saturday, Nov. 11, restaging it for another year due the success that it had last year. Through dance, music and fire, a French baroque-styled love story set in Purgatory was told.
On Friday, Oct. 6 from 7-9 p.m., the Residence Housing Association, partnered with Kay Blada Recycling, is putting on a benefit concert at Great Hall. The money raised by this event will be donated towards the effort of removing plastic from the streets of Haiti.
Jonathan Ng, a senior at UNC, is both a founder of Prohibition Night and the current jazz band that performs there, the Blue House Quintet. Through the merging of both his interests, swing dancing and jazz, he was able to create a bi-monthly event that the Chapel Hill community can enjoy.
Aaron Epps is the president of the Black Student Movement. Staff writer Emilie Scheuerle asked Epps, who is also the senior class vice president, what BSM does.