FRANK Gallery will be hosting "Graphein," an art photography exhibition put on by the ARTS 305 class at UNC-Chapel Hill from Dec. 5 to 22. The exhibition will feature the work of 10 students as they share their achievements from the semester.
The Women’s Theatre Festival will host Lorelei Canne’s play adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, Little Women, from Nov. 24 to Dec. 3 at the Sonorous Road Theatre and Film Studio.
Last Saturday, UNC hosted the annual Aaj Ka Dhamaka dance competition in Memorial Hall.
The first season of Netflix's "Stranger Things" received critical acclaim and major success as it catapulted the show into the mainstream. Now, with season two released last Friday, we found out what students thought of the new season, and what they are hoping for in new episodes. Staff writer Joseph Keys asked UNC students, “Have you seen the new season of 'Stranger Things'? If so, what do you think about it? If not, what are your opinions on the show?”
Domestic violence is no joke and neither are the women who fight against it. This past Monday at the Varsity Theatre, Compass Center hosted a screening of the documentary, “Five Awake,” which follows five women as they work to pass important domestic violence laws in Louisiana.
It’s finally October, and Mother Nature is beginning to reveal her first signs of fall. As the rain comes down, students are putting aside their sunscreen and grab a book, a remote or their rain boots to make the most of an overcast day.
Hip-hop transcends all barriers, and the Student Hip-Hop Organization (SHHO) wants to make that clear to the student body as it focuses on the creation and appreciation of hip-hop.
“All the Light Above It Too,” Jack Johnson’s seventh studio album, is exactly what we’ve come to expect from him. That laid-back, easygoing voice set over a mellow guitar riff and an occasional maraca are all there, but this time it wasn’t enough to grab my attention, much less keep it.