In This Issue
Advocates Overcoming AdversityAdvocates for Carolina, newly incorporated into the Campus Y, works to bring awareness to disabilities, both visible and non-visible.
Calling All Cradle RatsThe Carrboro music venue Cat’s Cradle has come a long way from its humble rock club beginnings. Since its opening in 1969, it has morphed into an iconic destination in the rock music community.
Sounds of the SouthAaron Burdett and Tom Fisch, winners of a recent songwriting competition, channelled their love for North Carolina into the lyrics of the songs they performed at “Music on the Porch,” a concert series sponsored by UNC-Chapel Hill.
Keeping It AwthenticUNC-Chapel Hill student Julian Caldwell is often better known by his rap persona, JSWISS. With a new LP, “Awthenticity,” and a fierce sense of determination, he plans to make his mark on the music scene.
Home in the DomeThe Dean E. Smith Student Activities Center, better known as the Dean Dome, has become an iconic arena for college basketball fans. Since its opening in 1986, it has represented the legacy of Coach Smith and ‘The Carolina Way.’
From the Blog
Even though I still have six weeks to go until I come home, there are a couple of things I am already excited for (besides seeing my friends, my family and my home country). Here are just a few things … Continue reading
During my French quiz on Friday, I couldn’t seem to focus on the questions I was being asked. It probably wasn’t a good idea to listen to Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop” right before sitting down to take my quiz because that … Continue reading
It is difficult, as a Carolina student, not to have heard of Mipso. Originally the Mipso Trio, the locally famed student band has spent its past years forming a significant following within the Chapel Hill community. This Saturday night, they … Continue reading
This weekend, I watched a documentary by actress ad photographer Kris Carr called “Crazy Sexy Cancer.” Carr was diagnosed with a rare and incurable type of cancer called epithelioid hemangioendothelioma (EHE) that left 24 “beauty marks” on her liver and … Continue reading
I am extraordinarily blessed, as my shiny new laptop announces ostentatiously. I can also take long, hot showers, buy chocolate and candy, and nap in a warm bed whenever I want. I’ve never gone without food. It’s nearly impossible for … Continue reading