For Doug Yorty, transitioning from a seven-year military career to student life offered its fair share of difficulties. After being stationed in Fort Bragg, Yorty now pursues a double major in Peace War and Defense and Political Science, while holding a position as the event coordinator for the Carolina Veterans Organization.
Around 200 students, faculty, and community members filled the Nelson Mandela auditorium to watch K-pop soloists, duets, and dance groups battle for first place in the Department of Asian Studies' K-pop contest.
Colors, music and a vibrant atmosphere were all present at Diwali Night, hosted by Hindu YUVA-Youth for Unity, Virtues and Action and Carolina Asia Center in the FedEx Global Education Center.
As the bright Harvest moon fills the Carolina sky, the Forest Theatre reveals an impeccably earthy setting surrounded by stone and greens inviting UNC to take a break from the day to reflect on the very thing that keeps us moving—food.
Three years ago, the Chapel Hill community lost the young lives of husband and wife Deah Shaddy Barakata and Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, along with Yusor’s sister, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, in a shooting.
Word on the Street: What will happen and what will the score be at the UNC versus Duke football game this Saturday?
With football in full season, UNC students wait in anticipation for the game this Saturday against our historic enemy—Duke. Staffwriter Marine Elia asked students: what is going to happen and what the score will be at the UNC versus Duke football game on Saturday.
Before Pride Place, junior Brennan Lewis was unsure if they would have a "normal" first-year experience in their dorm room. As a non-binary student, they wondered if their physical safety and mental health would be in jeopardy.
Jordan Sawyers, Kaushal Ghandi and School of Dentistry Dean Scott De Rossi pose at the Varisty Theatre at a talent show in honor of Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, Deah Shaddy Barakat and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha.