Rameses — the original mascot, the only one worth mentioning — does not have scary eyebrows.
The front-page editorial is journalism’s equivalent of an upside-down flag. It’s a symbol of distress.
First of all, thank you. To everybody who waited in line for a DTH last week, who came back the next day after we ran out, who brought us exact change — thank you.
Rep. Deb Butler, D-New Hanover, woke up Thursday morning to the news that legislators had begun a new deal to repeal part of House Bill 2.
The compromise bill to repeal House Bill 2 passed the state Senate late Wednesday morning and will soon be heard in the House, despite objections from advocates on both sides.
In 2007, long-graduated DTH columnist Ian Williams wrote that “Every religion must have its Devil, and ours are Blue.”
UNC's third NOA reintroduces football and men's basketball, expands scope of who provided extra benefits
UNC's third Notice of Allegations from the NCAA is notably harsher than its immediate predecessor.
Just before Thanksgiving, this newspaper sued UNC for the release of public records for cases in which someone was found responsible for sexual assault.
In today’s paper, you’ll find two pages devoted to the November election. On page 3, we have a voter guide with information about most of the candidates on the Orange County ballot. Five pages later, you’ll find the second half of our editorial board’s candidate endorsements.
University editor Jane Wester
Through Complete Carolina, a new program announced at Thursday's Board of Trustees meeting, returning student-athletes will retain the same scholarships and advising support they enjoyed before they left.
Tuesday night’s amicable Carrboro Board of Aldermen meeting began with the swearing in of a new member, Bethany Chaney, and ended with Chaney jokingly quitting.
“COME ON IN! We’ve got coffee! We’ve got cookies! Sit down and stay awhile!” Students took the opportunity to talk with DPS officers Wednesday afternoon
The student body president elections took place Tuesday, Feb. 11 and has now entered the runoff stage, which will be held on Feb. 18.
The UNC Board of Trustees met Wednesday to discuss a variety of topics, including public affairs. But the board also talked about several other items. Transportation and Parking BOT member Don Curtis brought up the issue of high parking fees at UNC Hospitals, recently covered by the News and Observer. Parking at the hospital costs $8 per day without a discounted option for a five or 10-day pass, which Curtis said puts undue strain on patients’ families. “You’re talking about poor people coming to the hospital and we’re charging them huge parking fees,” Curtis said. Curtis pointed out that parking is free at Rex Hospital in Raleigh even though, he said, UNC Hospitals are more likely to serve disadvantaged patients. “We’re taking a black eye on this at a time when we don’t need any more black eyes,” he said.