Tuesday? More like bluesday, am I right? No, hopefully your day is great, but we here at the DTH hope you enjoy a good blues song. Here is what you need to know to start your morning:
“We have the honor of being seen as the best school system in the state, but we also have the dubious honor of having the worst achievement gap in the state." Here's how the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools wants to fix it.
Philanthropist Joan Gillings gifted the PlayMakers Repertory Company the largest donation in UNC performing arts history. The company has big plans for the future.
Another student-launched app is getting attention, this time one that does just about everything. People are calling CarolinaGO the official UNC-Chapel Hill mobile app.
In 2005 he won a national championship for UNC, then he went to Europe to play basketball. Now, David Noel is returning to his high school to be a coach.
Talk to the hand — it might get you a job. University Career Services has a new app to assist your employment search, which you can learn about here and at their career fair on Thursday from 12-4 at Ram's Head Recreation Center.
In remembrance of 9/11
UNC students and the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community held events to remember the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.
ROTC members from across military branches, firefighters and other gathered early Monday morning in Kenan Stadium to run 2,076 stairs in remembrance of those who died in the attacks.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro remembered the events of 9/11 through a car wash for police officers and remembrance services.
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