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Felipe Molina Mendoza and his boyfriend Francisco Vargas Guadalupe spent Valentine’s Day at Mendoza’s immigration hearing in Charlotte. He was allowed to remain in the U.S. on Tuesday while awaiting a possible ruling from the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on his case.
Comedian Josh Gondelman is a writer for HBO's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver," and currently touring the U.S. on his "Sweater Weather" tour. Audio director Alice Wilder caught up with him during his Chapel Hill tour stop on Friday.
In part one of this series, we looked at what happened during the hour Chelsea Slegal and Lisa Kukla were held hostage at East Chapel Hill High School on April 24, 2006.
Lisa Kukla describes East Chapel Hill High School as a pressure cooker. She said many of her students were the children of doctors, professors and lawyers — Kukla liked the students, but it was a competitive environment. The attack at Columbine had occurred seven years earlier, but it was still on the minds of teachers. Kukla said teachers used to wonder if something like that might happen at East Chapel Hill.
In the fourth day of the Kania trial State Trooper Stephen Foster testified about the immediate aftermath of the crash. Steven Sin, a member of Kania's fraternity, also testified on text messages he received from Kania regarding drug use.
In this episode of I-85 we discuss day three of the Kania trial and testimony from his friends and fraternity brothers. If you missed episode one, you can listen here.
I-85 is a series on the Chandler Kania case. In the first episode, we discuss the events of July 19, 2015 when authorities say Chandler Kania was driving drunk on the wrong side of I-85 when he crashed into another car. Three people were killed. Their names were Darlene McGee, 46, Felecia Harris, 49, and 6-year-old Jahnice Beard.
Sarah Bessey is a Canadian blogger and preacher. She is the author of two books, "Jesus Feminist: An Invitation to Revisit the Bible's View of Women," and "Out of Sorts: Making Peace with an Evolving Faith."
We’re making people with the same names meet. This week, Audio Director Alice Wilder interviewed Alice Wilder, a “Blue’s Clues” producer. Here’s the first installment of Name Game.
Sports editor Jackson Cowart and assistant editors Blake Richardson and Jeremy Vernon preview UNC's game in Atlanta and discuss how the Tar Heels stack up against the Bulldogs this season.
Cole del Charco's series "Behind the Clipboard" delves into the lives of UNC's coaches and examines how their experiences have impacted their coaching style. In this first installment, diving coach Abel Sanchez discusses his background as an architect and how it helps him build better athletes.
This is my last column for The Daily Tar Heel. It’s been two and a half years, and I’ve asked a lot of UNC in this column during that time. I was going to write this column asking the University to renew The Daily Grind’s contract. But then the news came that our contract would not be renegotiated or extended.
On July 2, 2014, Amanda Albright submitted a public records request to UNC’s freshly created public records site. The site’s purpose was to “make it easy to request public records and to see how the University’s Public Records Office responds.”
My friend was sitting cross-legged on my bedroom floor, bent over her laptop. I was on my bed, with mine in my lap. It was the kind of study date I love, where you both actually do homework with spurts of conversation in between.
Galentine’s Day is the best day of the year: the day women ditch their significant others and hang to celebrate their friendship. This Galentine’s Day, I hosted a big brunch. But for the first time, I felt a little sad to be excluding a group of my friends: the boys.
There are a couple of places I go on UNC’s campus when the world feels overwhelming and I need some help handling what the day is throwing at me.
On Tuesday, The Daily Tar Heel published an editorial questioning why few women are running for the position of student body president. As I read it on my way to class, I remembered that for one day during my first year, I considered running for SBP. I feel embarrassed to even admit that.
This one’s for the employers hiring interns for the summer. Before you decide to post an ad for an unpaid internship, put yourself in your potential interns’ shoes.
I thought Roy Cooper was a good guy. When I moved to North Carolina, I learned there were two groups of politicians — ones who would move North Carolina forward and those who would take us back.
My friend Mary has a lot of things above her desk — to-do lists, encouraging mantras, long-term goals and her full star chart. But the thing that struck me most was a piece of paper with “I have done” written across the top.