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Silent Sam, children 8/25

A look into the Silent Sam protest on Saturday

On Aug. 25, a protest unfolded as supporters of Confederate monument Silent Sam clashed with those in favor of the removal of the statue. Since the toppling of the monument on Aug. 20, 11 arrests have been made, though UNC Media Relations has stated that more may occur. Chancellor Carol Folt spoke with reporters on Saturday afternoon, shortly after the protest ended, about future steps and University safety.  Photo editor Janet Ayala and photographer Sarah Redmond gave us an inside look into the protest. 


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Laura Locke works at Looking Glass Cafe, now The Honeysuckle Cafe & Bar, in Feb. 2019. Locke recently moved to the Carrboro area from Floyd, Virginia, and she works as a barista at Looking Glass Cafe in Carrboro, NC. Locke says one thing she enjoys most about Looking Glass is their commitment to connecting people to the farms and land around them. Locke is especially passionate about Looking Glass' efforts to connect customers with the land around them as well as the protection of land and water. "If we don't have land and water, what do we have?" Locke said. "[Looking Glass Cafe] is hoping to bring more people in the door and inspire them to get connected to the land."

Honeysuckle

Laura Locke works at Looking Glass Cafe, now The Honeysuckle Cafe & Bar, in Feb. 2019. Locke recently moved to the Carrboro area from Floyd, Virginia, and she works as a barista at Looking Glass Cafe in Carrboro, NC. Locke says one thing she enjoys most about Looking Glass is their commitment to connecting people to the farms and land around them. Locke is especially passionate about Looking Glass' efforts to connect customers with the land around them as well as the protection of land and water. "If we don't have land and water, what do we have?" Locke said. "[Looking Glass Cafe] is hoping to bring more people in the door and inspire them to get connected to the land."


Laura Locke works at Looking Glass Cafe, now The Honeysuckle Cafe & Bar, in Feb. 2019. Locke recently moved to the Carrboro area from Floyd, Virginia, and she works as a barista at Looking Glass Cafe in Carrboro, NC. Locke says one thing she enjoys most about Looking Glass is their commitment to connecting people to the farms and land around them. Locke is especially passionate about Looking Glass' efforts to connect customers with the land around them as well as the protection of land and water. "If we don't have land and water, what do we have?" Locke said. "[Looking Glass Cafe] is hoping to bring more people in the door and inspire them to get connected to the land."

Honeysuckle

Laura Locke works at Looking Glass Cafe, now The Honeysuckle Cafe & Bar, in Feb. 2019. Locke recently moved to the Carrboro area from Floyd, Virginia, and she works as a barista at Looking Glass Cafe in Carrboro, NC. Locke says one thing she enjoys most about Looking Glass is their commitment to connecting people to the farms and land around them. Locke is especially passionate about Looking Glass' efforts to connect customers with the land around them as well as the protection of land and water. "If we don't have land and water, what do we have?" Locke said. "[Looking Glass Cafe] is hoping to bring more people in the door and inspire them to get connected to the land."


First-year biology major Lucia Wang is a Chinese American student from Apex, N.C. When she first heard about the article from The Chronicle at Duke University regarding a Duke assistant professor who asked Chinese students to speak English while on campus, Wang says she brushed it off at first. After reading comments on the article, she changed her mind. "I don't see how you could think she did nothing wrong," said Wang. "I feel like the way the Duke students acted was right." 

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First-year biology major Lucia Wang is a Chinese American student from Apex, N.C. When she first heard about the article from The Chronicle at Duke University regarding a Duke assistant professor who asked Chinese students to speak English while on campus, Wang says she brushed it off at first. After reading comments on the article, she changed her mind. "I don't see how you could think she did nothing wrong," said Wang. "I feel like the way the Duke students acted was right." 


First-year biology major Lucia Wang is a Chinese American student from Apex, N.C. When she first heard about the article from The Chronicle at Duke University regarding a Duke assistant professor who asked Chinese students to speak English while on campus, Wang says she brushed it off at first. After reading comments on the article, she changed her mind. "I don't see how you could think she did nothing wrong," said Wang. "I feel like the way the Duke students acted was right." 

Duke Scandal

First-year biology major Lucia Wang is a Chinese American student from Apex, N.C. When she first heard about the article from The Chronicle at Duke University regarding a Duke assistant professor who asked Chinese students to speak English while on campus, Wang says she brushed it off at first. After reading comments on the article, she changed her mind. "I don't see how you could think she did nothing wrong," said Wang. "I feel like the way the Duke students acted was right." 


Mike Bunting, assistant athletic director for facility planning and management comments on the current ongoing construction of Fetzer Field. “It’s been a very difficult site to work on with all the rock and unforeseen conditions,” Bunting said. “You really don’t know exactly what’s under there until you start digging, and it was a messy job.” 

Fetzer Field Construction

Mike Bunting, assistant athletic director for facility planning and management comments on the current ongoing construction of Fetzer Field. “It’s been a very difficult site to work on with all the rock and unforeseen conditions,” Bunting said. “You really don’t know exactly what’s under there until you start digging, and it was a messy job.” 


Mike Bunting, assistant athletic director for facility planning and management comments on the current ongoing construction of Fetzer Field. “It’s been a very difficult site to work on with all the rock and unforeseen conditions,” Bunting said. “You really don’t know exactly what’s under there until you start digging, and it was a messy job.” 

Fetzer Field

Mike Bunting, assistant athletic director for facility planning and management comments on the current ongoing construction of Fetzer Field. “It’s been a very difficult site to work on with all the rock and unforeseen conditions,” Bunting said. “You really don’t know exactly what’s under there until you start digging, and it was a messy job.” 


First-year guard Leaky Black (1) shoots the ball during Saturday's game against Louisville at the Smith Center. Louisville beat UNC 83-62.

Louisville Leaky Black

First-year guard Leaky Black (1) shoots the ball during Saturday's game against Louisville at the Smith Center. Louisville beat UNC 83-62.


UNC senior forward Luke Maye (32) tries to block Louisville center Steven Enoch (23) as he shoots the ball in the Smith Center Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. Lousivlle beat UNC 83-62.

Louisville Luke Maye

UNC senior forward Luke Maye (32) tries to block Louisville center Steven Enoch (23) as he shoots the ball in the Smith Center Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. Lousivlle beat UNC 83-62.


Louisville forward Dwayne Sutton (24) shoots the ball during the game against UNC at the Smith Center Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. Louisville beat UNC 83-62.

Louisville basket

Louisville forward Dwayne Sutton (24) shoots the ball during the game against UNC at the Smith Center Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. Louisville beat UNC 83-62.


Senior guard Kenny Williams (24) shoots the ball during the game against Louisville at the Smith Center Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. Louisville beat UNC 83-62.

Louisville Kenny Williams

Senior guard Kenny Williams (24) shoots the ball during the game against Louisville at the Smith Center Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019. Louisville beat UNC 83-62.