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Rachel Scall


Junior seeks to educate about syndrome

It is as if a fly landed on his cheek.T he left eye scrunches, then the right. Three quick shakes of the head and the entire tic is over in less than a second. Michael Crosa, a junior psychology and music double major, has Tourette syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary, repetitive sounds and movements.

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Virgins not alone at UNC

John Eskridge is a virgin — and he doesn’t care who knows.A UNC sophomore from Morganton, Eskridge said he based his decision not to have sex on his strong Christian faith.“God created sex as a beautiful thing between a man and a woman in marriage,” Eskridge said.According to a survey conducted by Campus Health Services, Eskridge is not alone. Approximately 77 percent of students at UNC have had zero or one sexual partners in the past 12 months.

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Victoria Yu, Alexis Balinski, Rachel Scall

Mock wedding showcases Pakistani traditions

A mock wedding displayed some of the traditions of Pakistani weddings, which usually last 2 to 3 days. The event, organized by Sangam and Pak-Sa, took place Wednesday in The Pit. Correction: Due to a reporting error, Monal Patel was misidentified as Monika Patel. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.

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