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If you read our print product or our daily newsletter, you’ve probably noticed we include a quote on each one. They’re random and aren’t usually meaningful, deep or profound. They’re often just a lyric from a song we’ve been listening to in the office that day.
The man charged with killing three Muslim students in 2015 will not face the death penalty, according to The News & Observer.
Emails sent to UNC administration regarding Confederate monument Silent Sam reveal a variety of suggestions for the statue’s future – including placing the monument in an underground glass vault, putting it in a full-size replica of the Parthenon of Athens, half-burying it in concrete, melting it down into miniature replicas, making a hologram of the monument, and creating a new, transparent version of it.
UPDATE: Activist group Take Action Chapel Hill has reported that the plaque honoring the woman Julian Carr described whipping in his dedication speech for Confederate monument Silent Sam has been stolen.
Police are investigating a report that a male individual approached a female UNC student and exposed himself to her, according to an Alert Carolina email.
All of the candidates running for Orange County offices, all of which were uncontested, were elected.
Updated Friday at 12:35 p.m.: A suspect has been arrested in association with the shooting. Steven Sutton, from Durham, has been charged with first degree murder, attempted first degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, possession of a stolen firearm and possession of a firearm by a felon.
Update, 12:11 p.m.: Board of Governors chairperson Harry Smith confirmed that Margaret Spellings will step down as UNC-system president, effective March 1, 2019, at a press conference following Friday's emergency session.
On Thursday, Chancellor Carol Folt and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Robert Blouin announced Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Winston Crisp would be retiring later this month. Vice Chancellor Crisp has worked at UNC for 26 years, starting his career at the University directly after graduating from the UNC School of Law in 1992.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Winston B. Crisp will retire later this month, according to a press release from the University.
UNC has decided to change the plaques in its football stadium honoring William R. Kenan Sr. following a report by The Daily Tar Heel on Kenan Sr.'s ties to the 1898 Wilmington Massacre.
Hillsborough police arrested two people Thursday morning after finding an explosive device in their vehicle, the department wrote in a statement.
Claire Boyd was planning to study abroad in Istanbul, Turkey in the fall of 2016, but before she could, the Ataturk Airport attack occurred in June.
The Federal Communications Commission’s recent rollback of net neutrality has prompted concern about the future of the internet and actions to stop the repeal.
In Hickory, there were four opioid-related fatal overdoses last year. With a population estimate of 40,274, this number seems small, especially considering larger cities in the state like Wilmington, which had 32 opioid-related deaths last year.
The University of North Carolina system announced Wednesday it is launching a new logo and identity for the system and two of its newest initiatives.
The potential partnership between UNC Health Care and Carolinas HealthCare System has prompted skepticism from a UNC Board of Governors member over the legality of the merge.
In the past five years, the UNC-Chapel Hill Police Department has used two confidential informants to assist with investigations.
Gov. Roy Cooper delivered the University Day keynote address Thursday. He spoke about remaining positive in a time when it is easy to be discouraged and about the importance of public education.
Editor's note: The Daily Tar Heel will be publishing a separate voter guide for Orange County elections.