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7/18/2011 3:00pm

Opining apart from the pack

This week, the summer DTH editors were asked to submit anonymous questions about each other for a Real World-style confessional video that will be shown at the DTH summer banquet tonight.


7/11/2011 12:47pm

Always a maid, always expensive

It’s summertime in Chapel Hill, and for many couples, that means wedding season. On sunny days, the Arboretum hosts photographers eager to capture the silhouette of a bride’s dress.


7/1/2011 6:15pm

Don’t let Red Rage get you down

With the summer heat in full swing and the sound of fireworks still burned in our brains, it makes sense to shed light on an important topic of relevance to the UNC-N.C.


6/27/2011 2:55pm

Textual healing is worth the wait

They say the first step toward recovery is admitting that you have a problem. Well, my name is Sam, and I have a problem. No, I’m not an alcoholic (you can’t be an alcoholic if you’re still in college, right?), I’m not a drug addict or even a smoker.


6/20/2011 2:43pm

Why the released records matter

University administrators tried very hard to keep you from seeing the information featured on today’s front page of The Daily Tar Heel. Before being required by the N.C.

6/15/2011 11:18am

Think outside of the Triangle

On Monday afternoon, President Obama addressed employees of Cree Inc. as part of his visit bent on boosting the fledgling economic recovery.


5/23/2011 5:04pm

150 years later, race con?icts remain

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. With North Carolina commemorating its secession decision on Saturday, I find myself wondering if reality and the reenactment differ in any way besides the style of dress. It was, of course, not just the war itself but the aftermath that defined the next century and a half of American history.


5/18/2011 10:56am

We need to place a premium on writing

There are few things I dread more than group papers. Even in classes where every assignment feels like a punishment, being asked to write a paper with other people is nothing short of cruel and unusual.


4/26/2011 2:25pm

The learning curve of the DTH

The job means working constant hours and making decisions that draw merciless public scrutiny. It means feeling, sometimes, like you’re graduating from The Daily Tar Heel and not from UNC.


4/24/2011 10:35pm

	Beatrice Moss and Kelly McHugh
Senior designer and design editor

What you get with a redesigned DTH

You may have noticed that the paper looks a little different today. It’s not a mistake. We’ve been working on a redesign for more than a year. We’ve gone through multiple versions, dozens of mock-ups and several test prints to make sure that we have everything covered.


4/20/2011 10:44pm

All that you ever wanted to know

What I’ve figured out over the past four years is that the knowledge you get in the classroom is just the beginning of your college education (I know it sounds cliché, but stick with me). College classes are good enough for sparking your interest in a subject, but it’s up to you to grab hold of an issue you learn about in class and run with it.


4/20/2011 12:23am

Lawsuit decision is a call for openness

On Tuesday, a state judge told the University that it was overusing a federal statute to illegally withhold information from the public. The University should not have denied The Daily Tar Heel and other media organizations certain records they requested during the NCAA investigation into the football team.


4/18/2011 10:33pm

The best workout you never tried

Maybe you’ve heard of it. Some call it torture. For many it’s the best part of their day. CrossFit is the workout regimen that’s taking the fitness world by storm.