CeCe McDonald is a trans woman of color, and in 2011, she was aggressively pursued by a neo-Nazi, transphobic man. After defending herself and killing another attacker, McDonald was sentenced to 41 months in prison.
Businesses are just as outraged.
Racial tension is moving away from being the elephant in the room.
North Carolina has a new logo, thanks to the state’s rebranding efforts. UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School was involved in the ideation and input stage of the rebranding campaign, but the design work was handled by an independent agency and approved by N.C. Commerce and the Office of the Governor.
Change happens through powerful stories.
Competition is in the air, and the stakes are high.
Baba Brinkman’s “The Canterbury Tales Remixed” breathes new life into familiar English texts.
Third time’s a charm. In its third annual Halloween-themed show, the UNC-based band Ellis Dyson and the Shambles will draw out the sinister roots of Prohibition-era music. The group will perform tonight at 2nd Wind in Carrboro.
Sophomore Noah Rawlings embarked on his dream pop musical journey the summer before his first year at UNC. For the most part, the experience has been as magical as the name suggests.
For senior Shad Albarazanji, rapping is more than just a hobby. Albarazanji, or Bazanji as his fans know him, juggles both the demands of his biology major and the challenges of being a self-promoting artist.
Renée Ahdieh is a UNC graduate and the author of "The Wrath and the Dawn," a New York Times Bestseller. Her sequel, "The Rose & The Dagger" comes out May 3. Staff writer Emily Perry spoke with Ahdieh via email about her first book, her success and her time at Chapel Hill.