Paige Hopkins

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Didem Turkoglu (right), a teaching assistant and doctoral candidate in the sociology department, spoke at the rally Wednesday.

Rally supports non-tenured faculty

Students, faculty and others rallied together on the steps of Wilson Library on Wednesday to call for a living wage, increased benefits and better working conditions for non-tenure-track professors.


Colleges try to manage Yik Yak problems

University administrators across the country are still figuring out how to handle Yik Yak, the popular social media app becoming known for the anonymous, offensive sentiments that often appear on its location-based message board.


Obama zeroes in on cyber security

Hacks related to Sony and the Twitter account for U.S. Central Command have put cybersecurity at the forefront of Americans’ minds — and President Barack Obama released a series of proposals on Tuesday to bolster Internet safety.



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	At Alley 26, a fine drinking establishment in Durham, patrons can enjoy cocktails — and mocktails — of all kinds. This is a mocktail served on a Taste Carolina food tour.

At Alley 26, a fine drinking establishment in Durham, patrons can enjoy cocktails — and mocktails — of all kinds. This is a mocktail served on a Taste Carolina food tour.


	Included in the appetizer plates at Alley 26 in Durham is a delicious pimento cheese spread.

Included in the appetizer plates at Alley 26 in Durham is a delicious pimento cheese spread.


	The Old Havanna, a Cuban cuisine restaurant in Durham, serves pork sandwiches and fried plantains. Restaurant co-founder Roberto Copa Matos said the pork was slow cooked and the ingredients used are mostly local and fresh.

The Old Havanna, a Cuban cuisine restaurant in Durham, serves pork sandwiches and fried plantains. Restaurant co-founder Roberto Copa Matos said the pork was slow cooked and the ingredients used are mostly local and fresh.


	A close-up of a burger and pickle chips served at Bull City Burger & Brewery in Durham.

A close-up of a burger and pickle chips served at Bull City Burger & Brewery in Durham.



Q&A with MFA student artist Minjin Kang

Photographer Minjin Kang didn’t always plan on being an artist. After realizing she had a passion for photography, Kang has created a few different bodies of work, each one with a different meaning and inspiration.


Taste of Durham offers an experience for the books

On Saturday afternoon, I had the pleasure of attending the Taste Durham Afternoon Tasting Tour. Personally I don’t think the name accurately describes the tour —”Taste of Heaven” would be much more accurate.


Sacrificial Poets showcased local youth talent

The art of spoken word poetry turned competitive at the Carrboro Arts Center on Saturday with the “Voicebox Youth Slam.” The event was presented by UNC’s Sacrificial Poets. Participants from ages 13-19 will competed in three rounds of poetry slams at the event.