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Friday December 9th

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Chapel Hill Bible Church is pictured on Monday, Nov. 28, 2022. The church faces allegations of abuse.

Chapel Hill Bible Church leaders face allegations, investigations over abusive behavior

Over the last few years, over 200 people have left Chapel Hill Bible Church due to concerns over sexism, racism and emotional abuse by leaders in the church.  Three separate investigations have taken place regarding the alleged dysfunction since 2020. A 64-page report with recommendations was released by the Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment (GRACE) to church leadership in early November. Instead of releasing it to the congregation per GRACE’s recommendation, only church elders and deacons were allowed to read it.

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DTH Photo Illustration. A set of books in the Davis Library with different subjects such as English, art, and journalism.

Column: Dear humanities majors...

Not everyone can solve for X, familiarize themselves with the anatomy of the human body or engineer software. But not everyone can analyze Shakespeare, do archival research or move a crowd with just their words either. You have been bestowed with skills that make you unique and have been placed exactly where you are meant to be. 

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Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School teachers commute from areas like Mebane and Greensboro due to difficulties finding affordable homes in the private market in Chapel Hill, despite being one of the highest-paying school districts in North Carolina.

'It’s a struggle': CHCCS teachers choose between expensive housing or long commutes

Although Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools is one of the highest-paying school districts in North Carolina, teachers are increasingly unable to afford housing in the district. CHCCS pays teachers a supplement to their base salary and additionally pays teachers local supplements based on years of experience.  “It’s really important to us that people who serve the community in Chapel Hill can afford to live here, and right now that’s really not the case,” Daniele Berman, marketing and communications manager for Community Home Trust, said, “Teachers can’t afford to purchase a home in the private market in Chapel Hill."

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