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CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the average difference in graduation rates between student-athlete and non-student athlete students at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. The correct average difference is 19 percent. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for this error.
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The North Carolina baseball team (39-17, 17-13 ACC) used a tenth inning walk to defeat Virginia (32-23, 14-16 ACC) 3-2 in the team's ACC Tournament opener on Wednesday. With the bases loaded, first-year Caleb Roberts was hit by a pitch that sent pinch runner Angel Zarate home to score, giving the Tar Heels the walk-off win.
For most of the fall and spring, campus is a sea of Carolina blue. With long walks to class from South Campus in the bright, sweat-inducing North Carolina sun, it’s easy to see why the go-to outfit for many students is a pair of shorts and a UNC T-shirt. Franklin Street is home to several spirit wear shops so it can be tricky to decide where to start your Carolina apparel collection. Here’s a breakdown of all the places to get your gear:
Last year, UNC welcomed over 5,000 new undergraduates alone to its campus. When coming to a mid-sized University, finding a tight-knit community can feel overwhelming, especially with the vast amount of organizations and programs.
A UNC student from Greensboro has died after being pulled from the water at the Eno River State Park last week.
On the heels of a decision to indefinitely postpone the unveiling of a Silent Sam plan, the Board of Governors met this week, keeping the issue of the confederate monument entirely off the docket.
Mack is back.
Just like that, the Cinderella run was over.
An Orange County elementary school teacher is facing a felony charge following allegations that she made threats to “shoot up the school,” according to an Orange County Sheriff’s Office press release.
CHARLOTTE — Jalek Felton spent Tuesday morning in a familiar environment.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article stated that the Board waived policy 2200. The Board motioned to waive the policy, but the motion did not pass. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for this error.
The North Carolina women’s softball team (38-20, 17-7 ACC) competed in the NCAA Knoxville Regional over the weekend, where they played five games before eventually falling to No. 10 Tennessee (42-15) 2-0 to end the season.
For the North Carolina men's basketball team, next season will be one filled with change – though expectations will remain as high as ever.
On Sunday, WE SENSE, a 501(c)(3) volunteer organization based in Chapel Hill, partnered with the Town of Chapel Hill’s Community Arts and Culture division to put on the first ever Bloom Fest.
The OC Voice is a portion of the OC Report newsletter where local residents may have a platform to talk about local issues they care about. Hank Hultman is the Carrboro High School student body vice president.
Update: This story has been updated to reflect a statement from Tony McKnight.
Orientation teaches you a lot of things. However, UNC and Chapel Hill are two rather large places that contain so many delicacies, both big and small. And, since we’re all college students, when we talk about these delicacies we try to be as efficient as possible. More often that not, you won’t have time to say, “Hey, meet me at Walter Royal Davis Library at 7 to ‘study.’” So instead, we all try to shorten as much as we possibly can.
The North Carolina women’s rowing team capped off its 2018-19 season this weekend by placing seventh of nine teams at the ACC Championships at Lake Hartwell in Clemson, S.C., competing in events on both Friday and Saturday. Senior Maria Marroquin was named to the All-ACC second team, while Virginia captured its tenth consecutive ACC Championship.
The No. 17 North Carolina baseball team (38-17, 17-13 ACC) played its final three games of the regular season this weekend against No. 18 N.C. State (41-15, 18-12 ACC) and lost its fourth ACC series of the season, dropping two of three games at Boshamer Stadium.