SWIMMING-AND-DIVING


11/17/2019 7:53pm

Paige Masten

Column: Reckoning with myself

"The road to self-acceptance is a long one. In fact, I’m not sure if it ever really ends. The only thing I do know is this: my struggles explain me, but they don’t define me. And I think I’m OK with that."


11/17/2019 7:19pm

Editorial: We don't want the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in North Carolina

"The governor made a mistake in approving the first pipeline, which was made more clear when his administration disapproved of the second. Let’s hope he recognizes his mistake, listens to activists and changes his mind for the environmental future of North Carolina. We don't want the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in our state."


11/15/2019 1:00pm

Chapel Hill Town Council candidate Tai Huynh (far right) speaks at the UNC Young Democrats' Local Candidates Panel in Manning Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019. Also pictured are council candidates Jessica Anderson (far left), Nancy Oates (center left), and Renuka Soll (center right).

Oates to request recount in Chapel Hill Town Council race

Incumbent Chapel Hill Town Council candidate said she will request the Orange County Board of Elections conduct a recount. The Board met Friday for their canvas meeting to certify the results of the Nov. 5 municipal and school board elections. Three candidates — Oates and challengers Sue Hunter and Tai Huynh — stood at around 13 percent of the vote after certification. The recount will be conducted next Thursday.