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Tuesday September 28th

CANVAS


During a meeting at the Chapel Hill Public Library, the Chapel Hill Town Council sold the previou...


There were cheers for all of the Chapel Hill High School graduates on Saturday, but nobody got a louder ovation than Quentin Taylor.


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New tax laws will not allow state agencies to collect patients’ tax returns in exchange for medical debts ? in a time of rising health care costs and lack of Medicaid expansion.The final version of the state’s omnibus tax reforms, passed last month, omitted an early provision that would have reenacted the Set-Off Debt Collection Act, also known as SODCA.The original law was enacted in 1979 and repealed in 2013.


A Day in the Life: writing for the screen and stage minor Miles Bonsignore

Until the end of the spring semester, Canvas will profile a student from every artistic academic program at UNC each week — from dramatic art to creative writing to photojournalism.In the final installment of the series, staff writer Robert McNeely profiled junior dramatic arts and media production major Miles Bonsignore.The life of a college student is often a boundless stream of activities and obligations.


Communication studies class to focus on paranoia in performance

You don’t need to interact with the man in an underground bunker wearing an aluminum hat to hear the latest discussion on surveillance and paranoia.Under the guidance of communications studies professor Tony Perucci, 12 students in his COMM 564 class, "Paranoia in Performance," will perform a piece today called “You’re Being Watched” to start a discussion on how much people


A Day in the Life: communication studies major Kelly Swanson

Throughout the spring semester, Canvas will profile a student from every artistic academic program at UNC each week — from dramatic art to creative writing to photojournalism.In the fourth installment of the series, staff writer Rupali Srivastava profiled sophomore communications studies major Kelly Swanson.After trading in her philosophy textbooks for camera equipment, sophomore Kelly Swanson found a way to incorporate what she loves — film, production and literature — into her studies at UNC.The communication studies major has a focus in digital media and production and has minors in global cinema and writing for the screen and stage, in an effort to combine technology, film theory and comparative literature.


The week ahead, April 14-20

Looking to learn more about North Carolina and the southern experience? Every week, Tales from the Old North State will feature events in and around the area that highlight the history and culture of N.C.