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	This week, The Encore Series showcases Emil Kang, UNC’s executive director for the arts. Kang oversees Carolina Performing Arts, in addition to serving as a lecturer within the University. 

	The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.

The Encore Series: Emil Kang

This week, The Encore Series showcases Emil Kang, UNC’s executive director for the arts. Kang oversees Carolina Performing Arts, in addition to serving as a lecturer within the University. The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.


	This iteration of The Encore Series features DSI Comedy Theater’s John Reitz, who was recently named production manager and assistant artistic director of the local comedy venue. 

	The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.

The Encore Series: John Reitz of DSI Comedy Theater

This iteration of The Encore Series features DSI Comedy Theater’s John Reitz, who was recently named production manager and assistant artistic director of the local comedy venue. The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.


	The first installment of The Encore Series features two local poets, Kane Smego and Will McInerney, who are taking their talents abroad to capture the movements in the Middle East through poetry.

	The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.

The Encore Series: Poetic Portraits of a Revolution

The first installment of The Encore Series features two local poets, Kane Smego and Will McInerney, who are taking their talents abroad to capture the movements in the Middle East through poetry. The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.



Rank and file: where do the Tar Heels place?

With half of the regular football season completed, the North Carolina Tar Heels have yet to be ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 College Poll. To North Carolina cornerback Jabari Price, this decision doesn’t make any sense. “We’re not really getting no respect. As you can see, we’re 5-1, and we’re still not ranked,” he said earlier this week. Do the Tar Heels deserve to be ranked in the Top 25? Let’s look at how the other teams stack up against the Tar Heels.


Tar Heels on the offensive in the NFL

Every college football athlete wants to make the transition from playing on Saturdays to playing on Sundays. The hard work of these former Tar Heels have allowed them to make that leap. Johnny White had a breakout season with the Tar Heels in 2010 after suspensions ravished the backfield. The Buffalo Bills drafted him in the fifth round of the NFL Draft. However, White won’t get much playing time behind Fred Jackson and former ACC star, C.J. Spiller. _


Tar Heels take on Major League Baseball

With the playoffs fast approaching, we look at how six former Tar Heels are handling playing time for three different teams. Dustin Ackley became the everyday second baseman for the Seattle Mariners on June 17. He has a .277 batting average and an unexpected six home runs on the season. He began hitting third in the batting order less than a month after joining the team.