“In this time now, the connotations around silence can be really charged. Now is the time to really explore these ideas, and the SAMple show is a great example of how culture today, especially at UNC, muses on this idea of silence.”
Take a walk down spooky memory lane with The Lumina and see classics from "Beetlejuice" to "The Shining" for just $1 each.
Along with organizing which classes you’re going to need to sit in on and beg to be added to and figuring out which fun fact you’re gonna say about yourself on the first day of class, another thing you get to agonize over this week are your New Year’s resolutions.
North Carolina short writer and novelist Jill McCorkle will be on campus to receive the 2016 Thomas Wolfe Prize and to deliver the annual Thomas Wolfe Lecture on Tuesday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m.
Fall is finally upon us, which means football, plaid, pumpkin spice and *midterms* galore! We at the DTH know how difficult midterm season can be, but thankfully we’ve always known music is the best medicine.
Now that the rush of move-in is over, you have time to decorate your dorm room beyond selecting the color of your bed sheets. Staff writer Madeline Rael created a list of the best and most affordable dorm decorations to meet your DIY and decorative needs.
Wilson Special Collections Library will host "Corruption of the Innocents: Controversies about Popular Children’s Books" in the Melba Remig Saltarelli Exhibit Room beginning April 28.
The Daily Tar Heel: How does your art address the recently-passed HB2 law? Keith Knight: I hope to think that it takes current events and does sort of a mismatch of March Madness and the brackets and North Carolina’s advancing and the idea that North Carolina has, with passing this law, has really sort of stepped out into the forefront of being the most moronic state in the Union.
Greg Pardlo is a successful poet by anyone’s standards. In 2015, he won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his collection of poems, “Digest,”, which was also shortlisted for the NAACP Image Award and was a finalist fortheHurston-Wright Legacy Award.
Contemporary African-American figurative artist Stefanie Jackson is making sure Black History Month is seen and not just heard.
In the event you aren’t completely up to date on which now-irrelevant celebrity from the ‘00s is attempting a comeback, Chris “I’m-so-over-people-bringing-this-past-shit-up” Brown is now getting a documentary that no one asked for which will detail his heroic rise from the apparently horrendous tragedy and hardship that befell him when he decided it’d be a good idea to punch his girlfriend in the face.