DTH at a Glance

DTH at a Glance: Campaigns and chemistry

Good morning, UNC! Here's some need-to-know news for your Thursday:


  • Here's what it costs to campaign in Chapel Hill.
  • “I think they need more resources from the University overall." The Accessibility Resources and Services Office serve 1,300 students with five full-time staff members. This has caused issues for the people who depend on its services. 
  • The NAACP and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom held peace rallies around campus on the day Richard Spencer was due to speak at the University.


  • Struggling in chemistry? Don't worry, you're not alone. Many students claim that not enough resources are given in chemistry classes for them to fully understand the curriculum.
  • The North Carolina General Assembly introduced a new, simplified pay plan this year for the state's school principals. But not everyone is a fan. 
  • Annetta Streater has resigned from Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board, leaving behind a strong foundation, more progress to be made and an empty seat. 


  • UNC's Darkside, a men's ultimate frisbee team on campus, is training in hopes of winning a National Championship.
  • The men's soccer team beat George Washington on Tuesday, extending their winning streak to five games.
  • Field hockey player Ashley Hoffman is preparing to lead her team against Syracuse on Saturday.

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