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Sam Jacobson

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Opining apart from the pack

This week, the summer DTH editors were asked to submit anonymous questions about each other for a Real World-style confessional video that will be shown at the DTH summer banquet tonight.

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Textual healing is worth the wait

They say the first step toward recovery is admitting that you have a problem. Well, my name is Sam, and I have a problem. No, I’m not an alcoholic (you can’t be an alcoholic if you’re still in college, right?), I’m not a drug addict or even a smoker.

London Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor Vladimir Jurowski will lead tonight’s show. Photo Courtesy of Carolina Performing Arts

London Philharmonic to visit Chapel Hill

Correction (March 4 12:31 a.m.): Due to a reporting error, an earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the orchestra would stop in Newport, Va. It will stop in Newport News, Va. The story has been updated to reflect the correction. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.Chapel Hill is in elite company this week. Memorial Hall is one of only four venues that will host The London Philharmonic Orchestra on its exclusive U.S. tour, which includes stops in New York City, Long Island, NY, and Newport News, Va. The orchestra will perform tonight and Wednesday night and has different programs planned for each night.

UNC’s Cogeneration Facility on Cameron Avenue is testing to see whether biofuels could be used. DTH/Lauren McCay

New site sells industry waste to turn into fuel

A new state Web site is aiming to set up a marketplace for waste.A state environmental agency created “N.C. Biomass Trader” to help organizations sell and buy industrial waste that can be converted into biofuel.Materials such as sawdust, used cooking oil and grease and cardboard are some of the types of waste made available through the site.

Other universities have dictated when students can and cannot have bonfires. Courtesy of Chase Olivieri for The Chronicler

Duke, N.C. State ahead in regulating bon?res

UNC isn’t the only school concerned about the safety of its post-game celebrations.Duke and N.C. State universities have enacted policies that dictate when students can and cannot have bonfires before and after major sporting events.

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