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Pit Talk | Last updated: 06/20
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Medium | Last updated: 07/18
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Dress Code | Last updated: 07/19
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Town Talk | Last updated: 04/22
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In spring 2015, only 13 percent of UNC's graduate and undergraduate students voted to elect a student body president who would represent them on the Board of Trustees, lobby on their behalf in Raleigh, meet with administrators to make major decisions about the UNC's future and help determine how much money students would pay in tuition and fees in the next year.
The Daily Tar Heel wants to change that. This blog will be a hub for all student government coverage, including election news, proposed changes to the Student Code and updates from Student Congress's finance committee as it allocates student fees to organizations.
At the DTH, we get so excited for election season. Paying attention to student government is the only way we can hold our leaders accountable. That's what we tell reporters every week as we send them off to Student Congress meetings.
Participating in government (as a voter, a candidate, an interested citizen) is a privilege, but democracy only works if people speak up. The 13 Percent is here to help you know what's up with your student government.
Having It All is a podcast about everything — UNC news, pop culture happenings, national celebrity gossip, local celebrity gossip and conspiracies on all levels. Having It All attempts to do just that — have it all. Whether the topic is happy, sad, organized or dysfunctional, hosts Kelsey Weekman and Alice Wilder deliver news, ask hard questions and joke around. Email them ideas, topics and feedback at havingitallDTH@gmail.com.
Paige Ladisic is the 2015-16 editor-in-chief of The Daily Tar Heel. After two years as the online editor, she's not ready to say goodbye to writing digitally — so she started Paige Views, a blog where readers can keep up with the decisions the DTH makes and hear the logic behind those decisions.
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Fair Game | Last updated: 01/13
Fair Game is a podcast about the current issues facing college athletics hosted by Director of Enterprise Bradley Saacks. The inspiration for the production stems from Saacks' time as the University Editor in the 2014-15 academic year, when he saw firsthand the complexities of the current system of college athletics while covering UNC's athletic-academic scandal. The podcast covers topics relating to UNC's athletic-academic scandal, of course, but also larger national trends that affect the entire college sports landscape.