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Last week, as Paris Fashion Week came to a close, an unexpected occurrence took place at the Louis Vuitton Spring 2022 show. A protestor crashed the runway, holding a banner that said “overconsumption = extinction” — calling out the fashion industry for its role in the climate crisis.
In light of recent events, the Editorial Board has compiled a list of mental health resources for the UNC community. These resources are intended to be helpful for people throughout the UNC and Chapel Hill communities. If there are other resources we should add to the list we encourage you to send us an email at email@example.com.
For the second year in a row, the Carolina Indian Circle launched a petition for UNC to formally recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day on the second Monday in October. And this time, they were heard.
Becoming a celebrity used to be primarily reserved for the wealthy. It was based in nepotism and California. However, social media has fundamentally altered the way that celebrities are created.
Let’s be real — "Squid Game" has taken over television in the past two weeks.
In August, the Campus Y officially announced Yalitza Ramos as its director. The Campus Y is UNC’s hub for social justice on campus, bringing together students, staff, faculty and community members together to promote positive social change.
Last week, North Carolina Senator Richard Burr proposed a bill, the "NIL Scholarship Tax Act," that would tax the scholarships of some college athletes who profit from name, image and likeness (NIL) deals.
Two of UNC's major communications officials, Vice Chancellor for Communications Joel Curran and Director of Media Relations Joanne Peters Denny, announced within about two weeks of each other that they are leaving the University.
For aspiring homeowners, the housing market is a discouraging and confusing testament to the lack of affordable housing across the country.
The return to in-person learning at UNC this fall has been relatively smooth. We haven’t been sent home and there were no apparent major or widespread outbreaks on campus.
Fall is rounding the corner. More than a third of the semester is over. And, seemingly, everything is ramping up.
Most conversations in medical science right now revolve around COVID-19 and booster shots. As serious as the pandemic is, it’s easy to forget that flu season is also upon us.
With football season in full swing, and the rivalry Duke game this upcoming weekend, find out which UNC Football player you match up with!
CLARIFICATION: A previous version of this article misstated if UNC offers content creation classes. The University offers New Media Technologies: Their Impact on the Future of Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations and The Branding of Me. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for this error.
For graduate and undergraduate students alike, academic research is pivotal to our education. The use of peer-reviewed articles not only aids our understanding of the disciplines we study but is often a required part of our coursework.
Academic research is vital for ensuring our success as students in the classroom. One of the best ways to do research is through academic journal databases.
The University registrar’s announcement of a revamped course registration experience was intended to improve degree progress for transfer students. Nevertheless, it continues to miss the mark.
Last week, Chapel Hill Police Department announced the arrest of a suspect in the murder of Faith Hedgepeth. The UNC junior was found beaten to death in her apartment on Sept. 7, 2012, and her case has remained open since.
This summer, North Carolina state legislatures introduced a bill that would strip power from the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) and place high school athletics under the control of a state commission.
In the past few years, UNC has had a series of celebs visit campus — and student have raced across campus to catch a glimpse of them. Take this quiz to find out which UNC celebrity visitor you are!