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4/12/2017 1:05am

Elizabeth Adkins, a junior political science and journalism major, was declared student body president. 

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.


3/23/2017 10:17pm

Company Carolina's production of "The Producers" is being held at Historic Playmakers' Theater this weekend.

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.

3/20/2017 2:32am

WXYC and WCAR alumni held a reunion to celebrate their 40th anniversary in the Carrboro Hampton Inn & Suites over the weekend.

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.”


2/27/2017 1:41am

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.


2/8/2017 8:23pm

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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.


1/30/2017 10:34pm

On-campus activist groups centered around people of color and queer/transgender advocacy shut down the intersection of Franklin St. and Columbia St. on Mar 29 in protest of newly passed House Bill 2.

Legislators, experts doubt HB2 compromise

After nearly a year of calls for repeal and lawsuits, House Bill 2 is once again at a standstill, as legislators and activists are increasingly skeptical that compromise is possible, or even desirable.