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We talked to N.C. Rep. Nasir Majeed about being Muslim in the GA and his new bill

N.C. Rep. Nasif Majeed, D-District 99, is a part of the 1 percent of non-Christians in the General Assembly.  “I’m an elected official, and I have served many years in the city of Charlotte, and my service was linked to the people and being a representative for the people," he said. "My religion, I just happen to be a Muslim." Read about Majeed's experiences with politics and religion, and about House Bill 312, or the Hate Crimes Prevention Act, which he introduced to the legislature earlier this month.


3/20/2019 12:04am

DTH PHOTO ILLUSTRATION

Healing in the wake of emotionally abusive college relationships

Accusations, manipulation and threats of suicide — a once-healthy relationship slowly becomes a nightmare. While there may be no bruises, victims often endure the behavior until they lose themselves. For many college students, it can be hard to overcome emotional abuse when they have to exist on the same campus. Two UNC students explain how they live, study and heal in the aftermath of their abusive relationships and what resources are available to those who are experiencing emotional abuse. 


2/1/2019 12:43am

Women's tennis Head Coach Brian Kalbas smiles as he chats with a colleague at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. Kalbas, a coach for the Tar Heels for 16 years, led his team to three ACC championships in a row from 2016-18 and was named ACC Coach of the Year five times. He holds a 602-180 career record, making him the winningest coach in ACC history and cementing him as leader in all-time wins at Carolina with 388-95.

Why UNC women’s tennis coach Brian Kalbas was a chance worth taking

Not everyone saw the success of UNC women’s tennis coach, Brian Kalbas, coming. Since starting at North Carolina in 2003, he’s won three ITA National Indoor championships, added another national coach of the year honor and has won four ACC Championships — including three in a row the last three years. The kind of coach he became, more importantly, is found in the details. Read about Kalbas' journey to the UNC history books.


1/8/2019 8:02pm

Ramishah Maruf

Column: Meet your opinion editor

"The opinion page is the center of the Chapel Hill community, offering a place for discussions on topics that directly affect us. It’s the soul of the paper and the community. Running that is a responsibility that Elisa Kadackal, our new assistant opinion editor, and I hold seriously."