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“COME ON IN! We’ve got coffee! We’ve got cookies! Sit down and stay awhile!” Students took the opportunity to talk with DPS officers Wednesday afternoon
A current UNC reading specialist for student-athletes has weighed in on claims made by a person who formerly held a similar position, Mary Willingham. Bradley Bethel posted in his “Coaching the Mind” blog Monday night that he was appalled by the claims Willingham has repeatedly made, challenging her methodology, research ethics and the way she has represented UNC’s athletes.
On the eve of the UNC-Duke men’s basketball game, Daily Tar Heel reporter talked to students on campus and asked “What does the UNC-Duke rivalry mean to you?”
As a Tar Heel, we know we are born rivals with Duke, especially when it comes down to the uproar in the basketball court.
The student body president elections took place Tuesday, Feb. 11 and has now entered the runoff stage, which will be held on Feb. 18.
Michael Leahy vividly remembers the first time he saw a pornographic image: he was 11 years old, on the playground at recess, when a classmate showed him a playing card with the image of a naked woman on the back. For the next 30 years, he became more and more engrossed in the material, until his obsession destroyed his first marriage, finally giving him a much-needed wake-up call. Leahy shared this and the rest of his story to a crowd of some 200 students Thursday night in an event called “Porn Nation.” Leahy and his wife, Christine, travel around the country to college campuses, sharing their story and the impact pornography has had on their lives, as well as the spiritual journey that helped turn them around. The event was sponsored by Cornerstone, a Christian-based organization on campus.
We stand united for – 1. Black Americans, both enslaved and free, who built this university and who were also barred from its doors; 2.
On Saturday, Jan. 25, I tried Linda’s famous cheese fries for the first time. Let me preface this story with the fact that I am one of the pickiest eaters this world has ever seen. I don’t even like cheese.
Student reaction to snow in North Carolina is about as inconsistent as the Triangle area weather itself.
How do athletes recruited by UNC show they have true “grit” — the character it would take to succeed in one of the nation’s top public universities?