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Column: Little juice, big world

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Sometimes you end up in a room so small it makes you question everything. 


Food Truck Rodeo drives charity

On Saturday, Chapel Hill residents can experience good food, contests, live performances and more — all while supporting a cause.


Boxill’s role in academic scandal still under fire

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Six months after an administrative assistant was positioned at the center of UNC’s academic scandal, the involvement of respected senior lecturer Jan Boxill remains in question.


"Hunting Ground" panel discusses assault epidemic

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Zero: the number of students expelled from UNC for sexual assault in recent years.


Professor: solitary confinement is torture

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Imagine being confined to an area no bigger than a parking space almost all day.


Tar Heels remember the 2005 NCAA title 10 years later

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There are only a few moments in life that cement themselves in the hearts and memories of thousands, only a few that can bring forward laughter, ecstasy and childlike exuberance.


Fair Local Organic Food held its biannual farmer’s market

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For students that weren’t running to an exam, Thursday’s walk to class was the ideal time to pick up local produce thanks to a collaboration between a student organization and Carolina Dining Services.


Former housekeeping director accused of sex-for-hire

This time, it isn’t Mary Willingham suing the University for mistreatment after revealing troubling information. 


UNC closer to acquiring historic building

The UNC Arts and Sciences Foundation is one step closer to moving into its new office at 523 E. Franklin St. after the Chapel Hill Town Council approved the special use permit and zoning atlas amendment for the project Monday night.


After ACC Tournament loss, UNC will begin NCAA play Thursday

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The waiting game is over. The Tar Heels are headed to Florida


Study: e-cigarettes easy to get for minors in NC

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UNC researchers have found e-cigarette vendors and customers are largely ignoring some of the state’s laws regulating them.


Report finds coal divestment is a costly endeavor for universities

Despite a recent report suggesting divestment from fossil fuels will cause universities to lose money, UNC remains firm in its ambitions to divest from coal.


Students use napkins to advocate for dining workers

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Lance Barnes, a baker for Carolina Dining Services, has dreams that expand outside of Chapel Hill and the ovens on the third floor of Rams Head Dining Hall, but he worries about having enough money to get there.


New owners buy Marriott hotel in Chapel Hill

The Courtyard by Marriott in Chapel Hill is under new management after Noble Investment Group bought the hotel last week.


GPA rules vex smaller Greek chapters

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Senior Charmee Mehta had to watch as her small sorority chapter couldn’t recruit freshmen in fall 2013.


More than 30 Carrboro residents protest their landlords Saturday

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Dissatisfied tenants staged protests during the weekend at apartment complexes across Carrboro to challenge abnormally high water bills.


Evidence of institutional racism at UNC

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The Real Silent Sam Coalition called for the University to contextualize the history of its buildings.


Report: Duke Energy pays for sway over NC General Assembly

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Duke Energy is the leader in a pack of special interest groups who hold the most sway over the N.C. General Assembly, according to a new report from the Institute for Southern Studies in Durham.


Wind rips railing off Kenan Hall Saturday night

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Howling gusts of 40-mph wind hit campus hard Saturday night — and parts of Kenan Residence Hall blew away in the storm. 


UNC-system faculty protest Ross ouster

Faculty across North Carolina have spoken out passionately against the forced resignation of UNC-system President Tom Ross in January — and now, faculty leaders are organizing concrete responses.