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Over quarantine, students have felt more sentimental about happier, more social times of the past. Photos courtesy of Devin Wu, Angela Rosario and Jaime Halton.
Lynne Burke sits with her children after she was released from prison in 1990. Photo courtesy of Lynne Burke.
Democrat Jessica Holmes (left) and Republican Josh Dobson (right) are running for N.C. Commissioner of Labor in the November general election. Photos courtesy of Jessica Holmes and Josh Dobson.
With classes being online, many students have found comfort in having their pets with them during Zoom meetings. Photo courtesy of Sara Meehan.
UNC athletic facilities worker Jaci Field disinfects the seats in Kenan Memorial Stadium after a football game against Syracuse on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020.
Chairperson James Holmes Jr. speaks at the Board of Governors' Committee on Budget and Finance meeting on Wednesday to address fundings allocated for COVID-19, adjustments for tuition for in-state and out-of-state students next year and school fees.
DTH Photo Illustration. Members of UNC’s chapter of the environmental honors fraternity Epsilon Eta announced their decision to abolished the group after former members spoke out about its role in fostering white supremacy. The post read, “As a historically exclusive and majority-white institution with semblances of Greek life, we have contributed to the preservation of white supremacy on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus. Our actions have marginalized and silenced BIPOC voices. To address these injustices, we view abolition as the most direct course of action to dismantle white supremacy.”
N.C. Art Therapy Institute in Carrboro utilizes the power creativity and expression to help people heal and manage internal imbalances. Photo courtesy of Bridget Pember-Smith.
Senior Vice President and Director of the Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies J. Stephen Morrison speaks at the American Academy of Diplomacy’s Joseph J. Sisco Memorial Forum “Diplomacy in a World of Transnational Crisis” held over Zoom on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020.