Zainab Baloch's city council campaign sign was found vandalized Friday morning at the site of a future mosque in Raleigh. Photo courtesy of Baloch.

Raleigh election vandalism displays anti-Muslim sentiment

Raleigh city council candidate Zainab Baloch’s campaign sign was found vandalized Friday morning with a racial slur, the word "Trump" and a swastika. 


The Religion Issue

The Religion Issue is The Daily Tar Heel's first themed issue for 2015-16. Stories cover topics of religion in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community, as well as at the University and in North Carolina. 

The Daily Tar Heel tags stories to make it easier for you to find our more about topics you care about. Consider it a Wikipedia for all things UNC.


Director of investigations Samantha Sabin 

Column: Why Religion?

I am not religious. I’m not sure if I’m an agnostic or just an atheist in denial, but I definitely do not practice any of the religions covered in The Daily Tar Heel’s special projects and investigations team’s Religion Issue today.


NC Hillel opens doors to all

Though Ari Gauss, executive director of Jewish campus life foundation N.C. Hillel, has made a home in Chapel Hill since moving to the South in 2009, his work, education and Jewish heritage have taken him from the West Coast to the East and far beyond.