Sophia Zhang

Articles

Record sale at Wilson Library draws vinyl lovers, collectors

Years ago, graduate student Tracey Slaughter saw folk singer Utah Phillip’s 1983 album “We Have Fed You All for a Thousand Years” on sale for twenty dollars. Deciding it was too expensive, she chose not buy it — and she’s regretted it ever since. On Saturday, Slaughter discovered the treasured album in a cardboard box at the Wilson Library record sale, where duplicate materials and unrestricted gifts were sold to clear space and raise funds.


Campus Sustainability Day promotes green living

This year’s Campus Sustainability Day centered on a new online pledge promoting green life. Fourteen tables were set up across campus Wednesday by various sponsors including the Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee (RESPC), the Sustainability Office, Carolina Dining Services, HOPE Gardens, FLO Food and the Sierra Student Coalition. Students who stopped by the tables were asked to pledge to lead a more sustainable lifestyle.


UNC students should watch out for magazine scammers

Amanda Foster was walking home and listening to her iPod when a strange man stopped her. “At first I thought he was going to ask for directions,” said the graduate student in the School of Information and Library Science. “He was like, ‘Miss, you look like a nice lady’ and started showering me with all these fake compliments.” Foster is one of the many students who reported such incidents to campus security.