A man prepared to sled down Skipper Bowles Drive. He took off his shirt. A crowd of around 75 parted. He screamed and raised his arms in the air. He placed a bed on top of a four-wheeled cart and lay down. Students — maybe friends, maybe strangers — started pushing him down the hill. Everyone laughed. Everyone cheered.
It’s a movement that was born at UNC — and in spite of UNC. A year ago today, Andrea Pino, who was a junior at the time, and Annie Clark, a 2011 UNC graduate, filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights alongside three other women.
Throughout October, Relationship Violence Awareness month, many of the faces of survivors might not be seen.
The state and defense presented vastly different pictures of Josh Bailey’s slaying Thursday during the opening statements in the trial of a man accused of killing him.
Top of the Hill’s new distillery took a big step forward Tuesday. The facility, housed in the old Chapel Hill Newspaper building on W. Franklin Street, conducted a “stripper run” that produced a rudimentary form of alcohol.