Rufus Edmisten spoke to Holden Thorp about the Watergate papers he has given to UNC.
The Chamber of Commerce of Chapel Hill President Aaron Nelson worked at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro Thursday for part of his programs, "hire a chamber member for a day." Nelson has worked jobs all over Chapel Hill, from short order cook at Sutton's to helping out at the hospital.
Kayla Hall, a senior biology major with a minor in chemistry from Wilmington N.C., works in a microbiology lab.
As the new semester approaches, Chapel Hill has had an increase in tourists visiting and spending their time in stores such as Johnny T-Shirt and Carolina Sportswear. Helen Robertson, sophomore, looks around Carolina Sportswear with her mom, Terry Robertson, and father, David Robertson. The Robertson's were visiting from Morehead City, North Carolina to move Helen into her dorm. Mother Terry Robertson said, "I love the diversity and all of the opportunities and the fabulous education the school offers."