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Thursday September 23rd

Swimming And Diving


Editorial board member Layla Peykamian tries one of Insomnia Cookies' new vegan flavors.

Column: The best Chapel Hill restaurants for a plant-based diet

"Plant-based options are far and few between, and sometimes impossible to discover. This is especially true in North Carolina, which is after all, a state famous for its barbecue. With that being said, here’s a list of some of my favorite restaurants in Chapel Hill that do satisfy a plant-based diet (already discovered and compiled) for you to enjoy."

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Grad Student Outside Hitter Nia Robinson (18) spikes the ball in the UNC win against Elon University on September 14, 2021.

Nia Robinson's standout performance helps UNC volleyball stay undefeated, beat Elon 3-0

After transferring from Northwestern, Nia Robinson has made a large impact on UNC volleyball's 9-0 start. During Tuesday's match against Elon, Robinson had 14 kills and finished all three sets with powerful spikes. During her Northwestern career, Robinson was the team leader in hitting percentage at .423 for the 2020-2021 season. The Tar Heels continued their winning streak, moving to 9-0.

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IAAR-SLATE holds first research symposium for undergraduates

The event hosted ten undergraduate students who have conducted research on race, racism and racial equity. “I hope it opens up new questions that audience members might ask, new resources that they have to answer those questions," Faculty Director for Research for IAAR-SLATE Reneé Alexander Craft said. "I'm hoping that it deepens and enriches the dialogue that we have about race, racism and racial equity on UNC campus and beyond.”

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