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When it was announced that "Scandal" would air its final season in spring of 2018, graduation seemed even more daunting. Not only would I have to leave university, but I would also have to leave behind a character that has shaped my personal development, Olivia Pope.
It's no secret that editors at The Daily Tar Heel have loved and continue to love RuPaul's Drag Race.
I love pants. If there is one article of clothing that I invest most of my money in, it’s pants. The best pants I find are ones that can hug my hips, accentuate my short stature and stretch out to accommodate any asymmetrical places.
Over the past week, the “Me Too” campaign has made its way across social media. But it was Tarana Burke, a black woman, who started this movement over 10 years ago.
I was never that flexible growing up. Even to this day, I’m not that flexible. Maybe I’m stretching incorrectly or I’m not stretching far enough, but I have been, and probably will always be, somewhat rigid.
When walking into my Women's and Gender Studies class, I feel a sense of community and comfort with the diverse group of women I get to listen to for an hour.
THE ISSUE: During an editorial board meeting, the issue of artistic expression arose. Is it all right to enjoy an artist if his or her lyrics disagree with your morals? The board did not reach a consensus. These viewpoints hope to answer the question, using rapper Kanye West as a case study for the larger issue. You can read the counterpoint here.
The case against House Bill 2 just met its youngest plaintiff — a junior in high school.
Fayetteville State University could face a name change by the state legislature.
House Bill 2, which prevents non-discrimination ordinances in North Carolina, was signed into law March 23 by Gov. Pat McCrory. The bill caused controversy in the N.C. Senate, where Democrats walked out before the vote — allowing it to pass unanimously. Staff writer Zaynab Nasif spoke with legal experts to determine the bill’s implications on all North Carolinians.
House Bill 2 has received attention nationwide for its restrictions on bathroom use and gender identity, but the law has impacts that extend beyond the stalls.
The 2015 first-year class is the most likely to participate in student protests since the 1970s, according to a study from University of California, Los Angeles.
There might be no Kure for North Carolina’s off-shore drilling problem.
Despite the full provisions of the 2013 voter ID law coming into effect this year, voting could be as simple as showing up to the polls.
The Harnett County chapter of the NAACP and Citizens for Harnett Educational Fairness filed a federal complaint in October against the Harnett County School Board after it rejected a student reassignment plan that would have addressed racial imbalances in the county’s schools.
Park Cannon, two years after graduating from UNC, has her sights set on the 58th District for the Georgia General Assembly, which covers a portion of Atlanta.
Ben Carson jumped ahead in North Carolina in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, according to a poll published by Elon University for Oct. 29 through Nov. 2.
Chapel Hill and Durham have put their beef aside to be named
the most vegetarian metropolitan area in the United States.
Sometimes it seems impossible to escape campaigning in the state — even in the elevators.
The traditional “birds and bees” conversation might fly in a different direction as a bill in the N.C. legislature considers how sexual education will be taught in the state.