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The North Carolina fencing team finished 9-1 overall on Saturday at the Philadelphia Invitational, with the men's team going 4-1 and the women finishing a perfect 5-0. This competition is the second of the new year and was a major improvement for the Tar Heels after finishing 3-7 at the Penn State Dual Meets.
The controversial Program for Public Discourse hosted its first event Tuesday, bringing together two speakers, Justin Giboney and Jonathan Last, to discuss the divergence of values from politics. Giboney and Last discussed their respective beliefs and where they diverged from the dualism of American partisan values.
Experts will convene for a conference surrounding the growing issue of American wealth inequality on Wednesday and Thursday at UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School.
The UNC football team will gear up this Saturday to take on the age-old tradition of competing against Duke University for the Victory Bell at the Homecoming game.
A UNC Undergraduate Senate that has been struggling to meet quorum had a full body meeting on Tuesday to listen to the State of the University address from interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and discuss a variety of bills and appointees.
UNC Young Independents is spearheading a series of voter registration drives in The Pit this week to encourage political involvement from UNC students.
Conversations about trust and the University police continue in the aftermath of Silent Sam. The Campus Safety Commission held a listening session Monday to discuss concerns with campus police officers.
Mark McCombs, an exhibiting artist and professor in the Department of Mathematics, combines math, fractals and origami to create unique paper sculptures and 2D images. McCombs is restructuring the first-year seminar he teaches to reflect what he learned while exhibiting his art in Stockholm, Sweden last summer.
Julius Chambers was known during his life as a distinguished litigator and tireless champion of civil rights at state and local levels. Now, his portrait hangs prominently in the school where he earned his law degree.
The Faculty Executive Committee Meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, included discussions on a new data science initiative, a recent report on UNC's political climate and a new Program for Civic Virtue and Civil Discourse.
Editor's Note: After publication, it became apparent that this article excluded many relevant and important perspectives on boba tea, trivializing the origins and cultural significance of the beverage. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for this error, and we will make an effort to do better in the future.
Paula Vogel, a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, is coming to Chapel Hill to host an unorthodox workshop of her own invention, a "bake-off," on April 6.
Cat's Cradle is hosting a Battle of the Bands on Friday that will feature more than eight local bands playing original sets.
The North Carolina Book Festival is a four-day event from Feb. 21 to Feb. 24 that highlights the unique literary culture within North Carolina while bringing famous authors from the rest of America and abroad to the Triangle.
Some people attribute it to "Sex and the City," others to a feminist awakening — but there is no denying that a new culture has taken over college campuses across the United States.
The PIT Chapel Hill is hosting a Comedy Central-style roast of the X-Men characters put on by local comedy group, Attention Horse, on Feb. 7.
The all-women comic group Eyes Up Here will host a Galentine's Day showcase, highlighting female comic talent across the Triangle area on Feb. 13th.