Despite the rapidly dropping temperature, students from the class of 2018 gathered in McCorkle Place to see UNC Physics and Astronomy Professor Dan Reichart’s “Last Lecture.” He offered a positive way to look back at the "humbling" past year and described a hopeful and boundless future.
When They Might Be Giants started playing “Man, It’s So Loud In Here” off their “Mink Car” album, my dad leaned toward me and yelled, “I love this one!” It was his first time seeing TMBG perform since he took my mom to one of their shows in 1992. This was my first time seeing them ever, and I couldn't believe that the band I'd been jamming out to since I first heard their album “No!” as a kid was standing on stage in front of me.
A Saturday night message from Alert Carolina informed students of the death of a resident of Hinton James Residence Hall.
Being intersex isn’t the problem, but being persecuted is. That was the sentiment expressed by the intersex individuals in the documentary “Intersexion,” which the UNC LGBTQ Center screened on Nov. 27.
On Sept. 18, representatives of both the Board of Governors and the Board of Trustees wrote to attorney Hampton Dellinger and the students he represents.
UNC Astronomy and Physics Professor Dan Reichart delivered the lecture on the steps of Morehead Planetarium.
Brrta, pictured here with her beloved creators, stands by the Old Well.
Sue, a snowman made by DTH Managing Editor Jessica Swanson
The LGBTQ center handed out buttons for intersex awareness and acceptance.