Katie Hjerpe

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More men tenured at UNC

She didn’t mean to make history — she only wanted to study it. “I was born in the 1970s, so I generally don’t go down for being first anything,” Blair Kelley said.


	Africa Yes!, founded by former Peace Corps volunteer Steve Cameron, works to help rebuild Sierra Leone following a civil war. Africa Yes! funds a variety of programs in several of the Sierra Leone villages. Photo courtesy of Braima Moiwai.

African artist’s work benefits Sierra Leone

Africa Yes! is a Durham-based nonprofit started by former Peace Corps volunteer Steve Cameron, whose goal is to help communities in Sierra Leone rebuild after an 11-year civil war. Though the organization provides funding and supplies to the villages, Cameron said the projects are always community-driven.


	Courtesy of Trampled of Turtles

Q&A with Trampled by Turtles

Trampled by Turtles is a Minnesota-based folk bluegrass band playing at Memorial Hall tonight as a part of a collaboration between Carolina Union Activities Board and Cat’s Cradle.



Children's book author champions the arts

You’re never too young to use your imagination, according to Jarrett J. Krosoczka Krosoczka, an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator, was chosen to speak at the 2013 Steinfirst Lecture on Saturday at Wilson Library.


good ratio releases first original, 'electrotastic' mix

Junior Trevor Dougherty, or as he’s known by his disc jockey name Good Ratio, just released his first original mix. Dougherty spoke with staff writer Katie Hjerpe about his future plans and position at The Thrill. Daily Tar Heel: How would you describe the sound?


East Chapel Hill High presents 'The Music Man'

Tonight, East Chapel Hill High School is saving souls. The school’s music theater program is performing Meredith Wilson’s classic musical, “The Music Man.” Showings are additionally Friday Mar 8, and Saturday Mar 9.