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DTH at a Glance: She's Crafty

Happy Monday, readers! Grab your glue gun and scalloped scissors and get ready for the news:


  • After months of protest and debate, the UNC Board of Governors voted to ban litigation at all UNC-system academic centers Friday. UNC's Center for Civil Rights is the only center of its kind in the system, and it will probably be shut down.
  • Read about Hopscotch music festival here, and check out our sick photo gallery from the weekend here.


  • "The horrors of that day, you don't really overcome it." Chapel Hill resident Joe Dittmar survived 9/11. Now, he gives free presentations to make sure people don't forget what happened that day.
  • On this day of collective mourning and remembrance, the editorial board took time to reflect on the tragedy's legacy and its place within a larger timeline of American-Muslim relations.


  • UNC volleyball broke its four-game losing streak with back-to-back weekend wins against LIU Brooklyn and LSU.
  • The fight for UNC's starting quarterback position got murkier during Saturday's loss to Louisville, with Chazz Surratt and Brandon Harris each playing a half of the game. But what's not murky is Anthony Ratliff-Williams' fantastic 94-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. 

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