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On Monday, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo announced that the Trump administration will accept at most 30,000 refugees. Compared to the 110,000 ceiling set by President Barack Obama the year Donald Trump took office, it’s the lowest level since the program was enacted in 1980.
I grew up going to piano lessons instead of soccer practice, but Nike’s advertisements always resonated with me — whether they feature Serena Williams' home videos or, more recently, Colin Kaepernick as the face of a major campaign.
High schools, nightclubs and now video game tournaments.
High schools, nightclubs and now, video game tournaments.
I hate to admit it, but my favorite movies are romantic comedies. Maybe it’s the swoon-worthy actors and dialogues. Or maybe they’re just a nice 90-minute break from the reality of love lives on college campuses. Whatever the reason, when Netflix released ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ last week, I made some popcorn and turned on what I thought would be another guilty pleasure rom-com.
We have an important job on the opinion page at The Daily Tar Heel. We’re the voice of the University and the wider Chapel Hill community, defining the paper’s values. We are, as I learned in a reporting class last semester, “the soul of the paper.”
As of fall 2017, UNC-Chapel Hill had a 7.8 percent enrollment rate for Black students, one of the lowest in the state, while just over 22 percent of residents in North Carolina are Black.
Marvel’s "Black Panther" is, in its simplest form, a phenomenon.
The UNC School of Law was ranked 45 in 2019’s Best Law Schools by the U.S. News and World Reports annual rankings of graduate schools, dropping six spots from last year’s rank of 39.
I always felt like I was walking down a tightrope growing up, trying to find a balance between my two ever-contrasting cultures.
When it comes to the Park Lecture, Dean Susan King isn’t here to choose someone she likes.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and World Health Organization leaders spoke through a webcast for the launch of Nursing Now, a global campaign hosted by the UNC School of Nursing and IntraHealth International, on Tuesday.
It’s been difficult for me to feel anything but anger. Even moreso, it’s been difficult for me to process what happened to my hometown.
Chancellor Carol Folt addressed changes in the University over the past year in her annual State of University address at the Undergraduate Senate meeting Tuesday.
Correction: An earlier draft of this story cited the wrong year for the loss to Marquette. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
Starting fall 2018, students can earn a master’s degree in public health online with a concentration in public health leadership through the Gillings School of Global Public Health.
Staff writer Ramishah Maruf sat in on the Faculty Athletic Committee meeting where they discussed creating a more academic environment for student athletes, adjusting player schedules and increasing breaks for student athletes.
Students can travel the world in the FedEx Global Education Center, thanks to the 2018 Carolina Global Photography Exhibition.
During finals week, it seems winter break is on every student's mind. Staff writer Ramishah Maruf asked students what they were most looking forward to in the holidays, and got answers that ranged from shared family traditions to plans to relax.
When Bob Miles was first appointed the full-time study abroad director in 2000, he sent fewer than 800 students abroad.