9/12/2019 1:49am

DTH Photo Illustration. A woman sits in an alley, alone, while a man on his phone walks by paying no attention to her.

The underreported trend of sexual assault during study abroad programs

While sexual assault on campus has become part of public discourse in recent years, sexual assault while studying abroad has not. An issue that impacts the lives of UNC and other college students goes largely unreported and unacknowledged due to language barriers, lack of available resources and other isolating factors of the abroad experience. UNC Study Abroad and the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office both offer resources and trainings to help students deal with and avoid sexual violence abroad. But, is it enough?

9/12/2019 1:09am

Editorial: A thank you

UNC is full of students, professors and faculty members who have served, are serving or will serve in the military. We owe them a thank you for their service.

9/12/2019 12:36am

The Media and Journalism school is changing their application process from needing a 3.1 to a more thorough in-depth application.

Business journalism program faces uncertain future after losing leader

Following the resignation of Chris Roush, former director of UNC's business journalism major, the Hussman School of Journalism and Media currently has not issued a replacement. Dean Susan King of the school shares her thoughts on the future of the program and how current students in the program are affected. 

9/10/2019 11:49pm

Remembering 9/11

Instilled in our hearts is an undying American spirit, based on a love for and commitment to our citizens and our country. Of the people, by the people, for the people. That’s our light at the end of the tunnel. That’s what we choose to believe in. That’s what we hope you carry with you, today and on all days.

9/10/2019 11:46pm

Letter: Tar Heel dead

I wasn’t a Tar Heel born, I wasn’t a Tar Heel bred, but with Mack Brown as your coach, I will also be a Tar Heel until I’m dead!

9/10/2019 10:16pm

Letter to the editor: The Q word

"I agree completely with your point that I have no right to use the N-word (nor would I ever choose to)."