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Here's how to get your Daily Tar Heel 2024 victory paper

UNC students hold up signs during ESPN’s “College GameDay” in the Dean E. Smith Center for the UNC-Duke men’s basketball game on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024.

On Saturday, the North Carolina men's basketball team defeated Duke at the Dean E. Smith Center — the first time the Tar Heels won at home since 2021. It was also the first rivalry game since 2019 where both teams were ranked in the top 10. 

An estimated 20,000 UNC fans and students rushed Franklin Street to celebrate the win, the largest crowd downtown since UNC's 2022 Final Four win. 

To commemorate the win, The Daily Tar Heel's special edition victory paper will be released on Monday, Feb. 5. Here's how to get your copy:

You can pick up a paper at the Pit on campus on Monday. The DTH's staff will be handing out the special editions between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.

The first copy for each person is free, and additional copies are $1 per copy. We will accept Venmo and cash payments. 

Copies of the paper can be picked up Tuesday through Friday this week at the DTH office (109 E. Franklin St. Suite 210, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514). Please ring the gray doorbell outside our office door and let us know you're here to pick up the victory paper. Please contact us at (919) 962-1163 if you have any questions about getting a special edition.

If you're not in Chapel Hill, you can order a copy to be shipped to you through the DTH's online store.

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Emmy Martin

Emmy Martin is the 2023-24 editor-in-chief of The Daily Tar Heel. She has previously served as the DTH's city & state editor and summer managing editor. Emmy is a junior pursuing a double major in journalism and media and information science. 

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