The Daily Tar Heel

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Monday April 12th

Makayla Key


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DTH Photo Illustration. March Madness is here and after a year of the tournament being disrupted due to COVID-19, people are excited to experience the tournament again. Some UNC students have had to alter their traditions due to COVID-19 but one still remains: making a bracket.

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Dr. Chandra Ford, a gradutate of UNC's Gillings School of Global Public Health. was honored by The Association for Black Women Physicians and received the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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DTH Photo Illustration. This year's college application process has looked very different for current high school seniors, especially due to some schools waiving their standardized testing requirements.

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On February 25, 2021, the House of Representatives passed the Equality Act which would amend the Civil Rights Act from 1964. The amendment would protect from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity with services, such as employment and housing, and in public areas.

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DTH Photo Illustration. There has been a long standing debate of which music streaming platform is the best: Spotify or Apple Music. Students tell us the pros and cons of each service and which they like best.

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DTH Photo Illustration. Over the first set of wellness days, some students had the opportunity to catch up on shows and start new ones. The shows ranged from watching for entertainment purposes to wathcing to tune the world out.

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DTH Photo Illustration. A baked feta pasta recipe has become a trend on TikTok, creating a feta cheese shortage in many grocery stores.

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DTH Photo Illustration. Many think that Euphoria may be difficult for watchers due to its striking resemblance to real life. However, it is an important factor in the conversation about drugs and sexuality.

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DTH Photo Illustration. Many companies are deciding if it is ethical to spend money on Super Bowl ads instead of COVID-19 relief efforts.

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DTH Photo Illustration. Starting on Jan. 27, 2021, UNC started the process of disenrolling students who have not acknowledged the COVID-19 community guidelines. The original deadline to acknowledge the community guidelines was Jan. 6, 2021.

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