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Thursday May 26th



Column: The Streaker’s Guide to Streaking

"Do you remember that old saying from when we were kids? If you’re feeling nervous, just picture your whole class in their underwear. Well, picture no more — during the Davis streak, you will actually get to see your whole class in their underwear. And without their underwear. And in their bras. And without their bras. And with a sock over their..."

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First-year Rose Deconto faces the anti-abortion Genocide Awareness Project exhibit displayed at Polk Place on Tuesdat Oct. 22, 2019. The students protested the exhibit that included graphic images and made comparisons between abrotion procedures and mass genocides.

Editorial: The domino effect of restrictive abortion policies

"Recent abortion bans in the U.S. are not only dangerous to individuals in those states but take one more dangerous step toward threatening Roe. People should have the access and the choice to make health care decisions for themselves, and the weakening or overturning Roe would take away that access and that choice for many individuals."

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The Old Well pictured on Oct. 17, 2021.

Farewell Column: UNC doesn’t protect survivors of sexual assault. I know because I am one.

"And I do represent Carolina. I represent the one in three women that are sexually assaulted on this campus. I represent the intelligent young women who come into this institution to study and accomplish great work, only to be exorcized of all morale, their diplomas inked with pain and fear. I also represent the lucky ones; the women who barely come out of that pain alive."

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Paige Ladisic, the DTH's managing director of sales and strategy, listening to speeches at her farewell party Friday, April 22. Photo courtesy of Brandon Standley.

Office DJ: Songs that make Paige cry

"Before I short-circuit my keyboard with my tears, it’s time to say farewell with my parting gift: my very own Office DJ playlist, in honor of all of the students I’ve had the privilege of working alongside in the last four years."

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