"I’m honestly grateful that I grew up in the age of music on digital. Now I can hit the repeat button once and listen to my song of the day indefinitely."
Campus artists want fair compensation for their works, not just exposure
A look at some of the highs and lows of cinema this decade.
Over the 2010s, social media has grown both in number of platforms and users. As social media use has increased, so have the consequences in the personal, public and political spheres.
"By the end of the night, we had a major reality check: however funny we think we are, we’re still not THAT funny."
Disney Plus launched this week, and for most people, that meant they could finally binge watch all the Avengers or Star Wars movies. For us, it meant we could finally watch "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series." No that wasn’t a typo, that is literally the name of the latest addition to the High School Musical canon. We didn’t believe it either.
Ray Dooley's legacy at PlayMakers Repertory Company is an inspiration to his students, colleagues and patrons as he celebrates 30 years of hard work.
Fahamu Pecou's exhibit at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center explores Black resiliency through a combination of West African tradition and hip hop culture. The showcase coincides with the Stone Center's wider project addressing perspectives that surround 1619 and slavery in America.
Local arts organizations host a banned books pop-up gallery to observe the history of censored books.
“It’s hard to have a discussion because video games are so new, but hyper-sexualization of women and sexism are so old." Female gamers from UNC talked to us about the harassment and sexism they experience while online. A constant barrage of sexual comments, reporting female users as bots or inappropriate to get them removes and other tactics are just the beginning of what these women have to deal with.