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In honor of the UNC-Duke game tonight, here's a look back at Ian Williams' classic 1991 column, "Why I hate Duke."
This column originally ran in a 2007 issue of The Daily Tar HeelI always hated it when alumni came back and waxed rhapsodic about their undergrad years. "Yes," I would always think to myself, "I know there were kegs in the dorms, I know there was free love outside Bingham Hall, I know that everyone sung in harmony about a perfect world, blah blah blah..."So why listen to me, you might ask? Well, usually in this spot, the DTH runs an old chestnut I wrote about Why I Hate Dook. I had a Wednesday column back in the Bronze Age of 1990, and I told the story of how my high school visit to Durham turned into a flaming pyre of white-hot hostility.
Chapel Hill has made a plan to change business and development downtown, with goals from increased parking and green space to improved lighting and safety.
North Carolina student financial aid could get a whole lot easier to understand.
A development that some think could harm Jordan Lake has already changed since it was first proposed in 2007 — but the Council asked the developers to make still more changes.
The discovery of anti-gay graffiti on the East Campus Bridge at Duke University toward the end of May re-opened the barely healed wounds between the Duke College Republicans and their former members.
Chapel Hill is proceeding with a $16 million library expansion despite Orange County not increasing its funding — but that doesn’t close the door on future support.
The foundation that brought Eve Marie Carson to UNC now has plans to help carry on her legacy. The Chapel Hill-based Morehead-Cain Foundation has endowed a merit scholarship with $400,000 to honor the former student body president, who was killed in March 2008.
Legend has it that Frank Kenan said in the early 1930s that Kenan Stadium could never rise above the pine trees surrounding it. The unwritten rule has put a stranglehold on expansion over the years. But the Rams Club finally has the plans — and the money — to do it.
11:30 a.m. -- After one of the three young women hunger striking in downtown Raleigh for passage of the DREAM Act fell ill Sunday night, the strikers held a gathering on their campsite Monday to announce the end of their protest.
The Chapel Hill Museum Executive Board of Trustees announced that the museum will be closing in light of not getting its requested funding from the town.
As the weekend draws near, residents can begin to plan how they will roll, jog or stroll through the streets of Carrboro in the town’s annual July Fourth Celebration.
The steady stream of orders and greetings from employees weren’t the only sounds coming from Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen this month.
A month after UNC’s Board of Trustees approved the booster club’s $70 million expansion of Kenan Stadium, the recent legislation cut in-state funding for out-of-state scholarship student-athletes at all 16 UNC-system universities, with UNC bearing the brunt of these cuts.
Fall rush could become a thing of the past. The UNC Board of Trustees’ University affairs committee is discussing a change to UNC’s Greek system recruitment
Viridiana Martinez has known since the age of 12 that she wanted to work in international relations when she grew up. It was only after she graduated high school and her friends started wondering why she wasn’t pursuing that dream in college that she told them the truth — she is an undocumented immigrant. Admitting that taboo fact has become routine for Martinez, who emigrated from Mexico when she was 7 years old.
Locals schools will merge job responsibilities by creating two new positions for the upcoming school year which aim to improve student achievement from kindergarten to 12th grade.
U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., voted against an extension of unemployment benefits, giving some yet another reason to push for his Democratic challenger to unseat him in November.
President Obama’s speech Thursday laid out a new set of priorities for his administration pertaining to comprehensive immigration reform. Just three days after three young women ended their hunger strike in downtown Raleigh, a two-week effort to bring attention to the DREAM Act, the Development, Relief and Education of Alien Minors Act, Obama voiced his support for the act on Thursday.
UNC libraries boosted its digital collections with the addition of thousands of state maps — the result of a three-year project that was completed last week. The North Carolina Maps project provides over 3,000 historic maps of the state in an interactive online map collection. “Previously anyone can look at these maps but you had to come into the library or the archives.