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Monday September 27th



Liz Howard stars as Jesus in Godspell

Liz Howard will be starring as Jesus in Company Carolina's "Godspell" from Nov. 1-4, 2018. Link to the full story here: Shot and edited by: Dana Gentry Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:


Finding your community in PCM

Presbyterian Campus Ministries is a Christian community on campus that centers around belief, belonging and becoming. Moderator Leah Hinshaw and member Jane Langston, both seniors at UNC, share their experiences with the group — both within the realm of worship and without, and how it shaped their experience at UNC.  This video was originally produced for Welcome to UNC!, a community created by The Daily Tar Heel to highlight the first-year and transfer student experience at UNC-Chapel Hill. Join here: Shot by: Sidney Morris  Edited by: Dana Gentry Directed by: Sarah Lundgren  Find a community within PCM here:


Navigating your first year with Black Student Movement leadership

The DTH spoke with BSM President Qieara Lesesne and Vice President Alexandria Robinson about their first-year experience at UNC, and any advice they have for first-years at the University. This video was originally produced for Welcome to UNC!, a community created by The Daily Tar Heel to highlight the first-year and transfer student experience at UNC-Chapel Hill. Join here: Directed by Sarah Lundgren and Maddy Arrowood Edited and produced by Dana Gentry Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Get in touch with or join the Black Student Movement here:


125 years of The Daily Tar Heel

This February, we're celebrating 125 years of editorial freedom (and student storytelling, and peer mentorship, and cheese fries, and... well, you get it). Get your tickets to the DTH 125th Anniversary Conference and Gala here: This video was made by Lex Coelho, using the DTH logo made by Meg Wrather.


iWitness: Silent Sam Protest

In this installment of iWitness, director of enterprise Corey Risinger talks to photo editor Nathan Klima, assistant university editor Myah Ward and assistant city editor Molly Horak about the atmosphere of Tuesday's Silent Sam protest and what they anticipate moving forward.


iWitness: James Tatter and Nathan Klima on covering UNC's Nashville NCAA hearing

In our new series iWitness, we take readers behind the scenes of some our most in-depth stories with an iPhone interview. In our first installment, editor-in-chief Tyler Fleming talks to photo editor Nathan Klima and assistant sports editor James Tatter about their journey to Nashville to cover UNC's NCAA hearing, an event that's been more than six years in the making. Read their story here:


Holi Moli 2017

In a colorful celebration of spring, students gathered at Hooker Fields for the annual Holi Moli event.


Favorite Class

After class registration, UNC students share their favorite and least favorite classes.


Victory At Last

After UNC's men's basketball team defeated Gonzaga in the NCAA Championship, 55,000 people rushed Franklin Street.


Dance Marathon

Carolina For The Kids hosts their annual Dance Marathon on Friday and Saturday to raise money for the UNC Children's Hospital.


UNC Beats Duke

After the UNC men's basketball 90-83 win on Saturday against Duke, crowds flooded to Franklin Street to celebrate.


DTH Distinguished Alumnus: Rolfe Neill

Rolfe Neill was the editor-and-chief of The Daily Tar Heel in 1953-54 and the recipient of the second Distinguished Alumni Award. Neill, who later in his career became the publisher of The Charlotte Observer, gives advice to young journalists entering an uncertain world.


My First Kiss

"You go into it thinking it's going to be much more than it is, but it's really not. It's just really awkward." Students share the stories behind their first kiss.


11th Annual Moral March on Raleigh

Thousands participated in the 11th annual Moral March on Raleigh February 11, part of the Historic Thousands on Jone’s Street People’s Assembly, a coalition of more than 125 North Carolina NAACP branches.


Trump America

Three UNC students reflect on Donald Trump's first two weeks as president, and the resistance following policies like the "Muslim Ban."


Remembering Lost Songs

Historian and singer-songwriter Anna Shternshis and Psoy Korolenko recreate lost Yiddish songs written by amateur poets and songwriters during the Second World War in the Soviet Union. Their lecture and performance was hosted by the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies as an event to remember and honor the Soviet Jewish people who were killed during the Holocaust.

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