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Board of Trustees reviews state of UNC

The Board of Trustees met in full on Thursday, September 28, to discuss tension on campus, hear budget proposals and give the state of the University thus far. The meeting began remarks from the student body president and the chairperson, including a standing ovation for the existing provost and the introduction of the newly hired Bob Blouin. 

NCAA sets tentative date for hearings on academic-athletic scandal


UNC released multiple letters Tuesday between the University and the NCAA regarding the timeline for responses to the NCAA's third Notice of Allegations and hearing dates.

New Student Code up for debate at student government


Student government isn’t exactly starting from scratch — but the books are being rewritten. Along with the new constitution that accompanied the arrival of the Elizabeth Adkins administration, a revised Student Code is about to take hold as well.

Underserve and overpromise: The complexities of online charter schools

The conversation surrounding charter schools has piqued national attention in recent months with the confirmation of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and her support of them.

Q&A with Ethan Butler, BEER NC app developer

Staff writer Karyn Hladik-Brown spoke to Butler about creating the app, the importance of beer in North Carolina and how he developed a love for the drink.

Jubilee concert will end at 9 p.m., includes a Final Four watch party

At around noon today, the Carolina Union Activities Board announced that they would be hosting a Final Four watch party after the 2 Chainz Jubilee concert, which is scheduled to run from 8 to 9 p.m.

An inside look at UNC's 2017 Dance Marathon that raised $420,000


Carolina For the Kids hosted its annual Dance Marathon on Friday and Saturday, following an 18-year tradition. The event raised $420,062.95.

Company Carolina presents The Producers


Company Carolina is performing the 1968 musical comedy, The Producers this weekend at the Historic Playmakers Theatre in its 23rd year of production.

The student-led theater group performs five to seven shows each year, stage manager Erik Koehler said.

No wedding parties allowed at this farm's barn, Board of Adjustment decides


The Orange County Board of Adjustment has decided that the Barn of Chapel Hill will not be authorized to hold weddings on its premises — after over a dozen weddings have already been booked.

WXYC celebrates 40 years of airtime


It was Friday, March 18, 1977. Jimmy Carter was president, and the top hit on the radio was Barbra Streisand’s “Evergreen,” the theme song from the 1976 film “A Star is Born.”

Community rallies to save YesterYears Brewery


YesterYears Brewery, a family-owned brewery in Carrboro, needs $28,000 to cover unpaid rent since November. Recently, UNC graduate student Katie Stember started a fundraiser to save it. 

Jewish day school in Durham receives bomb threat


A Jewish day school in Durham received an anti-Semitic bomb threat Wednesday, joining a recent wave of anti-Semitic acts across the country.

Letter: UNC does not protect vulnerable students

This letter, "UNC does not protect vulnerable students," has been removed because it did not meet The Daily Tar Heel's standards for accuracy. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes.

UNC Board of Elections holds three hearings in SBP elections


On Sunday, the Board of Elections heard three hearings in the student body presidential election — the re-hearing for Shriver v. Nail for SBP Campaign and two hearings for Edwards v. McKnight.

Maye Day in Raleigh: Sophomore Luke Maye scored a career-high 13 points


RALEIGH — With an airborne defender behind him and an open lane before him, Luke Maye took flight.

UNC Student Stores renovations projected to begin in April


A reorganized floor plan including new homes for Bull’s Head Bookshop and textbooks are in the plans for UNC Student Stores’ upcoming renovation.

The hum of Johnny's Gone Fishing fuels Carrboro community


In the midst of the mismatched tables and chairs of Johnny’s Gone Fishing in Carrboro sings a circle of mismatched musicians.

Ida Friday dies at 97


Ida Friday, an advocate for women’s rights, social justice, and public health and the wife of former UNC-system President Bill Friday, died on Monday.

UNC history professor Jay Smith suspects external involvement in removal of his college athletics class


At the end of the fall 2016 semester, the history department made the decision to remove History 383 — a class that explores the history of college athletics and the rights of college athletes — from the course listings for the upcoming spring semester.

Trump picks SCOTUS nominee, opposition prepares filibuster

President Donald Trump nominated conservative judge Neil Gorsuch for the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday night.