Stacy Wynn, better known as Staceman in the office of The Daily Tar Heel, has been the editorial production manager at the newspaper since 1984.
When she arrived in Chapel Hill to teach social work in 1966, Hortense McClinton was welcomed as the first black professor at UNC. She remembered one student saying, “the School of Social Work is on the ball,” when she taught her first class. But off campus, McClinton confronted a different dynamic.
On Tuesday, Powers sat down with The Daily Tar Heel to discuss his life passion and latest book, “Twelve by Twelve: A One-Room Cabin Off the Grid & Beyond the American Dream.” The book is about life in a 12 feet by 12 feet cabin and contributed to The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Clockwise from left: The Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event was held this spring to bring men into the conversation on sexual assault. Christi Hurt, UNC’s Sexual Assault Task Force chairwoman, speaks about policies at a meeting. Landen Gambill and Andrea Pino are among the filers of federal complaints against UNC’s handling of sexual assault. Chancellor Carol Folt approved the policy when she received it a week before classes started.
Winter Storm Leon dumped two inches of snow on Chapel Hill on Jan. 28. Daily Tar Heel photographers Katie Sweeney, Aramide Gbadamosi and Kearney Ferguson were out in Chapel Hill.
Visually Speaking is the visuals blog of the DTH. This blog will be a compilation of works from the photography, design & graphics and multimedia desks. We want to give our readers a behind-the-scenes look at how front-page and major visuals are created. Every front-page photo and graphic has a story of its own. Here, you can find online-exclusive content — and understand how that content came to be.
The chilly weather of fall is the perfect opportunity to snuggle up with that special someone. In honor of that sentiment, members of the local LGBTQ community attempted a hand holding flash mob today in the Pit. Rainy weather kept all but eight away, but those who did come out said their spirits weren’t dampened by the weather.