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3/28/2019 10:45pm

DTH Photo Illustration. A 2019 study released by SeekingArrangement, a website that connects Sugar Daddies and Sugar Babies, claimed 514 UNC students were using its services. The study named the University as the 18th fastest growing campus for sugar baby enrollment.

514 UNC students are on SeekingArrangement. Who's behind the number?

College students in the United States make up over 12.5 percent of the sugar babies on SeekingArrangement, a website for matching sugar babies with sugar daddies or mommas. Anna, a UNC graduate, is a sugar baby, and she makes $144,000 annually from sugaring with three sugar daddies. “I focus on long term relationships so I don’t have to worry about where my next paycheck is coming from,” Anna said. “I get a level of trust and emotional connection. I find it more enjoyable.” 


3/24/2019 4:34pm

DTH Photo Illustration. Students visit Jackson Hall, home to UNC-CH's Admissions Office, for anything from questions about applications to inquiring about campus tours. After the removal of the Silent Sam pedestal from campus on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, students wonder how Silent Sam will be addressed in future campus tours to prospective students.

Report exposes gaps in educational attainment in N.C.

A new report conducted by Carolina Demography and the John M. Belk Endowment identifies gaps within North Carolina’s educational pipeline in the hopes of improving education attainment for certain demographic groups and strengthening in-state talent. 


3/21/2019 11:40pm

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The UNC system has no clear protocol on student deaths or psychological services

Student mental health is a growing concern at many North Carolina universities: with the past five years, the number of students seeking campus psychological services have seen an incline. According to Chris Hogan, the director of the Counseling and Psychological Services Center at App State, the counseling center at App State saw 2,500 students in the 2017-18 academic year, which is almost 1,000 more than numbers five years ago.