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4/25/2018 7:48pm

The women's bathroom in the Union on campus. 

Wondering where to take your next bathroom break? The DTH has an answer!

It is a well-known fact that campus is home to some shitty bathrooms (no pun intended). Long study sessions in Davis Library are not made any easier by bathrooms with missing or broken stall doors, faucets that blast you with jets of water and overflowing trashcans.  That said there are some great bathrooms on campus. This guide should help you find them by pointing out a few of the best. Just a reminder that these views are my own and do not represent those of The Daily Tar Heel. 


4/24/2018 8:38pm

Jennifer Kelly and her team in Puerto Rico pose with Puerto Rican flag. They arrived in Puerto Rico to provide medical assistance and set up a clinic. Photo courtesy of Kelly.

How to heal when disaster strikes: UNC pharamacist helps Puerto Rico hurricane survivors

Jennifer Kelly, a critical care pharmacist at UNC who works in the emergency department, has combined her medical training with a passion for service. As a member of the Disaster Medical Assistance Team under the Federal Government, Kelly was able to serve communities affected by Hurricane Irma and Harvey. University Desk staff writer Brooke Bauman, sat down with her to talk about her experience.    


4/17/2018 8:33pm

Many Carolina students will spend summer in Chapel Hill taking classes or working, and can spend free time exploring sites off-campus and in nearby cities such as Durham.

Your ultimate summer guide for staying put at UNC

So you decided to take some summer classes at UNC. Maybe you realized that you wanted to graduate on time. Or your summer internship didn’t pan out. Either way, you’re here now, either you’ve got a car or your friend does, and you need some advice: What courses should you take, and what is there to do with your free time?


4/15/2018 9:38pm

Layna Mosley at a political science conference in Argentina. Contributed by Mosley. 

UNC political science professor shows that 'Women Also Know Stuff'

It's 2018, and it's about time people understood Women Also Know Stuff.   “Part of what’s going on is that people tend to have a set of networks, and their networks are perhaps based on who they read in graduate school or with whom they went to graduate school or have been colleagues,” said Layna Mosley, a UNC professor of political science. 


4/5/2018 10:23pm

Greek life educates campus on sexual assault with It's On Us

“What the It’s On Us campaign is encouraging is that sexual violence is everyone’s issue,” said  Shelley Gist Kennedy, the program coordinator for the Carolina Women's Center. “There is no one who gets to opt out because it affects each of us and each of us have a role to play. You each have a role to play in preventing violence. You each have the potential to serve as an ally, as an active bystander, as a supporter to survivors.”


4/5/2018 7:55am

Moving forward after Arts Everywhere Day, UNC has a long term goal of increasing interest in the arts.

Despite Arts Everywhere initiative, UNC arts staff feels neglected by University

Arts initiatives like Arts Everywhere are creating a public platform for the arts at UNC, integrating them into campus life through new events, performances and installations of public art. But despite this visible appreciation for the arts, there are still signs of internal neglect. Many arts facilities on campus are in disrepair and have been for years. Sabine Gruffat, associate professor of studio art at UNC, pointed out that there’s no public space on campus for contemporary art.


3/25/2018 8:18pm

Chelsea Manning gives a speech in front of the Silent Sam monument during a rally on Saturday afternoon.

Chelsea Manning attended Silent Sam protest in Chapel Hill on Saturday

 “Obviously we got to close prisons, we got to deal with ICE, we got to deal with statues like this, we got to deal with white supremacy and all these systemic problems that the criminal justice system, that the immigration system, that the military industrial complex all contribute to,” said Chelsea Manning, former United States soldier. 


1/25/2018 11:29pm

Laura Halperin, a professor with the Department of English and Comparative Literature, has earned a Chapman Family Teaching Award. Photo courtesy of Halperin.

University Teaching Award winners come with impressive resumes

The winners for the 2018 University Awards recognize 25 members of faculty and staff each year for their stellar teaching abilities that allow them to have profound effects on their students and respective intellectual communities. Staff writer Marine Elia interviewed a few among the many talented winners.