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A piano and photos on display at The Jackson Center on Monday, Feb. 20, 2023.

Marian Cheek Jackson Center preserves Chapel Hill's Black history, provides resources

Rev. Troy Harrison of St. Joseph CME Church and UNC Professor Della Pollock founded the Marian Cheek Jackson Center in 2007 to preserve the oral history of the Northside neighborhood.  The center's goals have since evolved to include fostering housing justice for the Northside community, preserving civil rights and local history through education and cultivating a sense of community between neighbors. “Something that any of us can do to support retention is just to get to know our neighbors,” Christine Abernathy, director of housing justice at MCJC, said.

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ChatGPT: Cheating or checking?

ChatGPT, released last November by OpenAI, is a generative chatbot that provides in-depth writing samples and answers to questions on a variety of topics. With 96 million visitors per month — including some students who use the platform for assignments — there is concern about ChatGPT's potential role in academic dishonesty and plagiarism. 

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The sun rises behind Wilson Library on Friday, Feb. 24, 2023.

Letter: The necessity of the SCiLL

"More than half of the conservative students at UNC censor themselves during political discussions on campus, according to a survey published in August 2021. This includes me."

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UNC junior guard Deja Kelly (25) fights for the ball during the women’s basketball game against Duke on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2023, at Cameron Indoor Stadium. UNC defeated Duke 45-41.

'I live for moments like these': Deja Kelly and UNC women's basketball ice Duke with free throws

On Sunday, Duke was looking for more than just a top-25 win over its rivals on senior night. North Carolina shot below 35 percent from the field and scraped by to earn a win with 45 points — the lowest score in a win in program history. Despite the victory, the Tar Heels realize scraping by with this type of play isn’t sustainable.  Sitting between Kelly and Todd-Williams during postgame interviews, Banghart placed her hands on the shoulders of the star players: “I love you all, but I need you to take better care of the basketball,” she told them.

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