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Kelly Blessing

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Board of Governors aims to avoid partisan divide

After its first official meeting of the academic year earlier this month, members of the UNC-system Board of Governors say meetings will not be divided along partisan lines despite the politically contentious appointments of new members in March.

	Legendary graffiti and neo-expressionist artist Jean-Michel Baquiat (played by Jeffrey Wright) sits pensively in a frame of the 1996 biopic film, “Basquiat,” which will be shown for free at the Varsity Theatre on Dec. 2.

	Courtesy of Ackland Art Museum.

Varsity Theatre to show rare Warhol films

With drag queens and graffiti artists on the silver screen, Andy Warhol’s mischievous legacy continues to work its way into Chapel Hill. In a rare showing of Warhol’s “Chelsea Girls,” one of the 20th century’s most controversial art films, the Ackland Art Museum and the Varsity Theatre aim to promote the artist’s media legacy while launching an ambitious new film partnership.

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