“We will not bow down to racism. We will not bow down to injustice. We will not bow down to exploitation.”
Several student organizations and numerous protesters came together to form a human chain in front of a large anti-abortion display on Tuesday, chanting “My body, my choice” and “Keep UNC safe” as drums played in the background.
Storify: Controversial anti-abortion protest on UNC campus
Carolina blue isn’t the only color dominating UNC’s campus. Multiple green efforts are springing up on-campus and in the Town of Chapel Hill.
Out of 3,946 new first-year students, only 98 males — about 2.5 percent — self-identify as black, based on data from UNC’s Office of Institutional Research and Assessment released last month.
UNC is on its way to hiring a new dean of the Kenan-Flagler Business School. Members of the search committee assigned to find candidates have hired a recruiting agency to find a permanent replacement for Jim Dean, who left that position in July to become provost.
Several Carrboro residents and police officers came out Monday night to give input on qualities they would like to see in Carrboro’s new police chief.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners will discuss the future of the long-awaited Rogers Road Community Center at its meeting tonight.
An slice of artichoke pizza from Artisan Pizza Kitchen. An A.K. ski from BSki’s. A burger from Spanky’s. Wings from The Grille at Four Corners.
Since 1966, the Chapel Hill Museum building at 523 E. Franklin St. has served as a historic landmark for the town. The museum closed in July 2010, and town inspections found the building in violation of occupancy and accessibility codes.
Armed with just an iPhone and a bottle of Arizona Green Tea, I set out across downtown Chapel Hill on the hunt for several art pieces carefully hidden around Franklin Street.