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Virginia Tucker and Dorothy Vaughan served as human “computers,” completing calculations for NASA. Both women once lived in North Carolina. (Original photos courtesy of Morehead Planetarium and Science Center)
Bartender Magnus Ellington works at Zell’s Underground Daiquiri Bar, open Thursday through Sunday.
Lilly Wooster, a 26-year-old Raleigh resident, won the tattoo removal contest sponsored by WCHL/Chapelboro and Aesthetic Solutions for Valentine’s Day.
Goodfellows, a bar on Franklin Street, has a program called ‘Ask For Angela’ where customers are encouraged to ask bar staff for Angela if they feel unsafe at the bar.
Rex Mercer, left, is a social worker at IFC, the Inter-Faith Council, helping to provide temporary places of residence for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Corey Root, center, is the Homeless Program coordinator for Orange County. Behind her is a wall covered in different cases of people she plans to enter into the system. Mike Alston, right, was previously homeless and now works as a dishwasher at Pizzeria Mercato.
LGBT activist Pauli Murray's childhood home in Durham was named a National Historic Landmark.
The V.F.D. insignia featured in the books is a prominent Easter egg throughout the Netflix show.
Donald Trump has been named the 45th president of the United States.
(From top) Junior Maurice Grier, sophomore Dominque Brodie and sophomore Jerome Simpson stand in a line during a protest in Lenoir Dining Hall on September 24th.
Since 2013, Carrboro has seen a consistent decrease in DWI arrests. Meanwhile, Chapel Hill has seen an increase due to various contributing factors.