“Just Like Now” is a story of love, friendship and representation — and best of all, you can see it for free starting this Friday in Kenan Theatre.
The Morehead Planetarium and the SILS department on campus is bringing together a passion for folktale storytelling and crisp starry nights to students and the community.
I would encourage all of us to take time out of our hectic schedules — just a 10 minute wandering — to pass through the paths, drink in the crisp Carolina air, hear the leaves crunch beneath our feet and simply be immersed in the nature that we are so lucky have access to on university property.
“It’s a unique opportunity to paint outdoors. It’s also people trying something new. Whether they’ve painted before or they haven’t it doesn’t matter. They can come with a friend or meet new people.”
The 'Me Too Monologues' are currently being written and produced to be performed in January. The monologues are a collection of stories from anonymous writers detailing their personal history with sexual assault, identity and culture that will be performed in January.
The North Carolina Symphony brings Beethoven's beloved No.5 to Chapel Hill's campus and around the state during the month of September. As the symphony begins their season, it aims to get people excited about classical music with one of the most well-known symphonies ever written.