WOMEN'S TENNIS


9/14/2020 11:54am

DTH Photo Illustration. With classes for the fall 2020 semester being shifted to an online format, students are turning to virtual platforms to form study groups for classes.

Struggling together: Students recreate study spaces online

Students are finding ways to come together during COVID-19 through Zoom study rooms and GroupMe chats. "I wouldn't say I’m making friends through the group chat, but I definitely feel like I'm not the only one struggling through this, and I've got this group to struggle with me together," Zorah Davis, a first-year communication studies major, said.


9/14/2020 10:10am

The N.C. Museum of Art reopened on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020 with Covid19 restrictions after Governor Roy Cooper's Phase 2.5 eased public restrictions. Photo courtesy of the N.C. Museum of Art.

Now allowed to reopen, museums develop a broad array of plans to welcome back patrons

As North Carolina moves into Phase 2.5, museums in the Triangle area are able to reopen at limited capacity. The North Carolina Museum of Art is now open, with the North Carolina Museum of Sciences opening soon. Facing lost revenue due to the pandemic, these museums have come up with innovative ways to share the museum experience virtually and some are now opening their doors once more to visitors in person.


9/13/2020 9:32pm

DTH Photo Illustration - A young woman shows off her pink dyed hair.

Change is in the hair: Students try new cuts during quarantine

Mullets, buzz cuts, and bleached hair dominate as students choose to change up their hairstyles during the pandemic. Faced with months of social distancing, some finally try that look they've been delaying while others opt for a bold statement. These changes during the pandemic support research showing the connection between changing your hairstyle and experiencing a major stressor.