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My journey at The Daily Tar Heel has not been all perfect moments, and seeing it end is the very definition of bittersweet. In one of the most internally and externally wild years the paper has seen in decades, there were moments when I wanted to give up. There were moments when everything felt like too much, when the newsroom was too loud and I would go sit on the cold fire escape or walk to CVS so I could hear myself think. There were moments when I went home and shed tears out of pure physical and mental exhaustion. There were plenty of moments where I laid in bed and considered quitting.
In the true fashion of my quarantine experience, I waited until the last minute to write this Office DJ. With all the excess time on my hands, you'd think I would get ahead on my final papers, apply for jobs or organize all of my belongings to prepare for my imminent move out of state.
Due to the increasing severity of the COVID-19 outbreak, the April 1, 2020 edition of The Daily Tar Heel will be the only paper the newspaper makes for a while. This is a nearly unprecedented event in the history of the DTH. Print production has only been suspended or significantly reduced on a few occasions, including during World War II.
Former vice president and presidential candidate Joe Biden held a campaign event in Raleigh on Saturday ahead of North Carolina's Super Tuesday election.
Former Mayor of New York City, businessman and presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg came to Raleigh on Thursday to spread his message of comprehensive gun reform, expansion of the Affordable Care Act and an “all-in economy.”
Two long-term plant eaters, Emily and Anna, present you with their list of the best vegan and vegetarian eats in Chapel Hill and the surrounding areas (aka Carrboro). A lot of these restaurants are not strictly vegan or vegetarian, and a few may not be considered hidden gems by any means. But, they wanted to point out the restaurants that maybe don't have the reputation of being vegan/vegetarian-friendly, but still have a few menu items that are worth checking out. Plus, every plant-based eater needs a few regular restaurants with non-depressing veggie options to suggest in the group chat.
Editor's note: This article discusses eating disorders and may be triggering to some readers.
The Carolina Bluegrass Band aims to bring local, North Carolina traditions into the previously classical-based Department of Music.
Kenan Theatre Company tackles issues like independence and identity through their upcoming production of Henrick Ibsen’s play “Hedda Gabler.”
As the temperatures begin to fall, don’t expect the Chapel Hill or Carrboro farmers markets to close.
LAB! Theatre Company advertises itself as the oldest, largest and most active student-led production company on campus, something they are trying to show through their upcoming Original Work Festival.
There are a few things that take on a life of their own at UNC — the Duke rivalry, the campus-wide allegiance to Med Deli and Halloween.
After over two decades in the natural food industry, Yah-I Ausar Tafari Amen and his wife, Ma’at em Maakheru Amen, opened a completely allergen-free location for their brand, Vegan Flava Cafe.
By the age of 17, June Eric-Udorie had already changed the UK A-Level curriculum to further include women in politics, and co-founded her own organization, “Youth for Change,” which works to end violence against women in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Tanzania and the UK.