Name: Madison Scott
Hometown: Greenville, NC
Major: Dramatic Art, Global Studies, Arabic
UNC is like a hub for international travel. I feel like most of my friends have gone abroad. – M.S.
The Starbucks at Ram’s Head makes a good home base for studying. – M.S.
Between work-study, grants and student loans, Carolina helped me out a lot. – M.S.
The second floor of the Sloane Art Library is the second best place to study on campus. (First is Starbucks at Rams Head.)
In addition to being hilarious and brilliant, Ian Dohm served admirably during the SEAS program as the “groom” in a mock wedding ceremony in Brunei.
Met Katie Chelena in the hallways of the Center for Dramatic Art and has relied on her to trade ideas and recharge from the chaos of studies together ever since.
If you like political activism and studying in coffee shops, you, too, could wind up being great friends with Carey Hanlin.
All Dramatic Art majors have to work backstage at some point. Unfortunately, not all of them end up collaborating with mega-talented Nathaniel Claridad, who will soon be directing “Romeo and Juliet.”
Professor Julie Fishell is beloved in the Department of Dramatic Art for her witticisms, sharp eye and incredible insights—not just into dramatic material but into life. She’s basically brimming with wisdom.
David Navalinsky’s door says “Director of Undergraduate Production” on the outside, but on the other side of that door is a safe haven for venting and a font of great advice. And his kids are really fun to babysit.
The Forest Theatre is pure peace
Despite having grown up in the same town as Emmie Ocker and sharing mutual friends, the bond didn’t really solidify until rooming together first-year. Since then: Inseparable.
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