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A New Mediterranean restaurant, Jasmin Bistro, is set to move into Qdoba Grill's old space on Franklin St. in early 2015.

A New Mediterranean restaurant, Jasmin Bistro, is set to move into Qdoba Grill's old space on Franklin St. in early 2015.


Ed Purchase, Clery Act Compliance Specialist for Carolina's Department of Public Safety, pictured Tuesday afternoon in his office.

Ed Purchase, Clery Act Compliance Specialist for Carolina's Department of Public Safety, pictured Tuesday afternoon in his office.


Locals Jan Irwin, Dail White, and Ivy Bishop went walking in Hillsborough Tuesday afternoon, exploring the town's recently constructed Riverwalk. Irwin commented on the new installation, "I just could not believe how well constructed it was...it just blew me away."

Locals Jan Irwin, Dail White, and Ivy Bishop went walking in Hillsborough Tuesday afternoon, exploring the town's recently constructed Riverwalk. Irwin commented on the new installation, "I just could not believe how well constructed it was...it just blew me away."


5th grade Art Club students at Morris Grove Elementary painted pumpkins on Tuesday after school for a pumpkin sale that will raise money for United Way. Art Club teacher, Mrs. Becky Springer, said the inspiration for the fundraiser came because "I'm just always looking for a creative outlet for the students...and then it just happened to coincide with United Way."

5th grade Art Club students at Morris Grove Elementary painted pumpkins on Tuesday after school for a pumpkin sale that will raise money for United Way. Art Club teacher, Mrs. Becky Springer, said the inspiration for the fundraiser came because "I'm just always looking for a creative outlet for the students...and then it just happened to coincide with United Way."


Ece Taner, a senior varsity  member of the Carolina Volleyball team, pictured on Tuesday evening in Carmichael Arena.

Ece Taner, a senior varsity member of the Carolina Volleyball team, pictured on Tuesday evening in Carmichael Arena.


Teddy Diggs, head chef at Il Palio, is pictured on Tuesday afternoon in the restaurant's kitchen. On the relationship between fish suppliers and chefs, Diggs commented "You really have to trust the person you're buying from."

Teddy Diggs, head chef at Il Palio, is pictured on Tuesday afternoon in the restaurant's kitchen. On the relationship between fish suppliers and chefs, Diggs commented "You really have to trust the person you're buying from."


R.C. Mulcahy, a 9/11 witness, spoke to students on Wednesday night in New West about human resilience and his novel One From Two.

R.C. Mulcahy, a 9/11 witness, spoke to students on Wednesday night in New West about human resilience and his novel One From Two.


Clockwise from left: The Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event was held this spring to bring men into the conversation on sexual assault. Christi Hurt, UNC’s Sexual Assault Task Force chairwoman, speaks about policies at a meeting. Landen Gambill and Andrea Pino are among the filers of federal complaints against UNC’s handling of sexual assault. Chancellor Carol Folt approved the policy when she received it a week before classes started.

Clockwise from left: The Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event was held this spring to bring men into the conversation on sexual assault. Christi Hurt, UNC’s Sexual Assault Task Force chairwoman, speaks about policies at a meeting. Landen Gambill and Andrea Pino are among the filers of federal complaints against UNC’s handling of sexual assault. Chancellor Carol Folt approved the policy when she received it a week before classes started.


Raymond Blackwell, a Junior Chemistry major is ready to get back into the Carolina lifestyle (pictured Monday afternoon reading on the main quad). In a moment of advice for the new first years, Blackwell commented, "Take advantage of all of the opportunities at Carolina while you can. Go out and look for stuff to do, be proactive. There's so much going on at Carolina if you just make an effort to look for stuff then you're never going to be bored. If you're bored then you're doing college wrong."

Raymond Blackwell, a Junior Chemistry major is ready to get back into the Carolina lifestyle (pictured Monday afternoon reading on the main quad). In a moment of advice for the new first years, Blackwell commented, "Take advantage of all of the opportunities at Carolina while you can. Go out and look for stuff to do, be proactive. There's so much going on at Carolina if you just make an effort to look for stuff then you're never going to be bored. If you're bored then you're doing college wrong."