Ethiopian American songwriter and composer Meklit Hadero will perform at Memorial Hall on Monday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m.
This semester, assistant professor Ross White cultivated a class on sketch comedy writing for his time teaching English 307, Studies in Fiction and Poetry: Stylistics.
“I think everybody loves a good love story, and everybody loves a good laugh. The love shows, they really touch on real human emotions.”
To celebrate Black History Month, the Unity Center of Peace in Chapel Hill will be hosting a variety of events aimed at increasing diversity within the community and increasing awareness of African- American contributions to society.
Rachael Brooks's memoir tells her survival story after being sexually assaulted soon after graduating from UNC. “Beads: A Memoir about Falling Apart and Putting Yourself Back Together Again” explores Brooks's battle with the justice system, and the support it took to overcome her trauma — an exploration she hopes will help other survivors.
All of the monologues performed at Me Too Monologues are anonymous and performed by actors. The topics of the stories include mental health issues, relationships and various forms of oppression.
Eighth-graders from The Expedition School in Hillsborough are hosting a performance by Mary D. Williams, a gospel singer and scholar of African American music, on Sunday, Jan. 12 from 3 to 4 p.m.
Local songwriters will be competing for the title of "Best Songwriter in the Triangle" on Sunday. The competition aims to give these musicians the chance to show an audience their talent and gain recognition.
UNC is fortunate to have a harp ensemble, and they're performing for free on campus.
Singer-songwriter Emmylou Harris is performing at Memorial Hall on Friday as a part of Carolina Performing Arts' 15th anniversary.