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I can’t exactly pinpoint when I wanted to start writing. But I do remember as a kid growing up on the coast, I would grab driftwood and write entire messages into the sand just before high tide came. When the waves approached, I watched them wash over my words, dragging them into a vast blue vault where no one could see them again.
For the first time, The Daily Tar Heel distributed an internal audit to gauge the diversity of our staff, asking questions on race, ethnicity, income level, education and more.
Early voting has begun, and North Carolinians are able to make their voices heard in the 2020 election.
Across campus on Tuesday afternoon, UNC students were preparing to say goodbye.
Six months ago, I walked into the DTH office intending to resign.
Before Kyende Kinoti began attending UNC as an international student, her high school in South Africa, which sends many of its seniors abroad, gave its students a warning.
Supermodel Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik, former member of boy band One Direction, are reportedly having a baby.
Students living in Granville Towers hung up door decorations celebrating the Lunar New Year in early February, after COVID-19 had spread beyond China and the first U.S. cases were confirmed.
The University registrar will release a new registration system for spring 2021, based on the number of credits students have earned. The new model was originally planned for fall 2020 registration, but faculty and students raised concerns over inequity and logistics.
Junior Reeves Moseley was elected student body president late Tuesday night in a landslide victory. Moseley waited for the results with his friends in a Carolina Square apartment past midnight.
Student Body President candidates Ryan Collins and Reeves Moseley debated each other on Monday, the night before the spring general elections. The debate is required in the Joint Student Code. The candidates debated civic engagement, graduate student needs, diversity and police conduct, among other topics.
Students can vote for UNC's next Student Body President on Tuesday, and this year, only two candidates are running. Reeves Moseley is a junior undergraduate, and Ryan Collins is a second-year law student.
Outside of the Carolina Inn Ballroom, the Asian American Center campaign team is celebrating. Some have tears in their eyes. Others are embracing each other.
Over the past decade, the demographics at UNC have transformed. Ethnically, the school has diversified — the populations of Asian and LatinX students have increased. At the same time, more students have majored in STEM disciplines, especially computer science.
Impeachment proceedings against Rules & Judiciary chairperson Tanner Henson failed to move forward at the 101st Undergraduate Senate full body meeting on Tuesday. The Senate also voted in favor of election reforms to the joint code and to support an increased campus health fee.
At the Undergraduate Senate meeting Tuesday, senators threatened each other with censure and impeachment following a discussion about UNC's music B.A. and textbook costs.
CORRECTION (10/27/2019): A previous version of this article contained an inaccuracy about an IFC mandate. The article has been updated to reflect the change. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
The Undergraduate Senate clashed over bills on the consent calendar, appointed a new ethics committee chair and voted in favor of a resolution supporting the creation of an Asian American Center at Tuesday’s full body meeting.
In the months following the 2015 Charleston shooting, Southern universities revived a long-standing debate — how to reconcile their tainted pasts.
The Program for Public Discourse Director Chris Clemens revealed in an email that the program’s largest donor is the Dowd Foundation.