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Saturday September 18th

Bailey Young


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DTH Photo Illustration. Climbing the Hill: The History of Women at UNC is a podcast created by students in Hist 179H in Spring 2020 in order to highlight UNC's history of female students, workers, faculty wives, and community members.

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Tom Henkel poses for a photo in his garden on April 12, 2021. Henkel is one of the key organizers of the Chapel Hill Alliance for a Livable Town and current member of the environmental stewardship. Since 2014, CHALT has successfully run mayoral and Town Council candidates that share the organization’s values of sustainable development.

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Tatiana Hargreaves, a professor at UNC, recently released a new album called “Soledad” inspired by the book “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel García Márquez. “It was a very personal project for me so I hope it will be a personal experience for all who listen,” she said.

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DTH Photo Illustration. Bucc-ee's, a Texas-based gas station chain, has officially announced it will not be moving forward with its construction in Efland, North Carolina. Many residents in the area expressed concerns about the potential station's proximity to a protected watershed that provides water to upwards of 7,000 residents in Orange County. Many residents of Orange County do want to see more economic development in the future, but not at the risk of evironmental danger.

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DTH Photo Illustration. Bucc-ee's, a Texas-based gas station chain, has officially announced it will not be moving forward with its construction in Efland, North Carolina. Many residents in the area expressed concerns about the potential station's proximity to a protected watershed that provides water to upwards of 7,000 residents in Orange County. Many residents of Orange County do want to see more economic development in the future, but not at the risk of evironmental danger.

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UNC First-years Celina Chung (undecided), Maya Gopal (mathematics and computer science), and Oliva Clark (anthropology and global studies) follow the mask and social distancing requirements on Chapel Hill Transit while riding to their destination on Feb. 14. "I've felt very safe with the safety measures," they said.

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UNC First-years Celina Chung (undecided), Maya Gopal (mathematics and computer science), and Oliva Clark (anthropology and global studies) follow the mask and social distancing requirements on Chapel Hill Transit while riding to their destination on Feb. 14. "I've felt very safe with the safety measures," they said.

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DTH Photo Illustration. With UNC's first wellness days coming up on Feb. 15 and 16, students have expressed that this break will not be as relaxing as intended. Many will spend the days focused on studying for upcoming exams rather than self-care as intended by the university.

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