Stephanie Bullins

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Student guest passes for football on sale

A new policy announced Monday by the UNC Athletic Ticket Office will allow students to purchase guest passes for football games online. The passes for those games became available for purchase Monday. Passes for the East Carolina University and N.C. State University games will be available beginning the Monday before those games.


Sarah Frier is the only applicant to be the DTH editor next year.

Frier is sole candidate for DTH editor

Whether she’s writing and editing stories about the town of Chapel Hill or making The Daily Tar Heel staff feel welcome, junior Sarah Frier has a strong sense of community. Frier, the current city editor and a former features editor, said one of her primary goals would be to foster a stronger community relationship after The Daily Tar Heel’s move off campus next fall.


Four candidates see end of the road

Juniors Monique Hardin, Nash Keune, Joe Levin-Manning and Greg Strompolos did not receive enough votes to compete next Tuesday’s runoff election and were eliminated from the race after a month of campaigning.Hogan Medlin and Shruti Shah will continue campaigning for another week until students vote again in a runoff to determine the next student body president.


SBP candidates to face tuition issue

The student body president has always faced difficulties when it comes to tuition — namely balancing student interests with UNC’s fiscal needs. But next year’s chief student representative could face greater challenges than usual.


Ryan Collins has worked in the Residence Hall Association for three years and now seeks its top spot.

Collins aims to end RHA tenure as its president

Only one candidate this year is truly going to hit home with most students.Ryan Collins, a junior political science and economics major, is running unopposed for president of the Residence Hall Association, which could impact all 16 on-campus residential communities.


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Monique Hardin offers determination in SBP race

Even on a challenging bike ride in Malaysia this summer, student body president candidate Monique Hardin knew what it took to be a leader.Leading a group of rising sophomores on a study abroad trip through southeast Asia, Hardin showed her determination and perseverance by motivating the group to finish the ride, said sophomore Laura Harker.


The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies endorsed Hogan Medlin during the first student body president debate. DTH/Sam Ward

Di-Phi endorses Medlin for SBP

Correction (March 28 10:29 p.m.): Due to an editing error, an earlier version of this story misstated the room number of The Daily Tar Heel forum. It will be 6 p.m. Feb. 3 in Student Union, Room 3411. This story has been updated to reflect this correction. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.


Officials have imposed new rules regarding the size and number of signs candidates can use. DTH File

Campaign signs to be regulated

They’re inconvenient, unsightly and one of the most popular ways to campaign for student government. And they’re threatening students’ health.Campaign signs, often referred to as “A-frames” because of their shape, have grown taller than candidates (more than 8 feet), flown through the air because of a stiff breeze and distributed more than their fair share of splinters and cuts.


The end of No Shave November: A true cause for celebration

We’re right in the middle of the holiday season. Thanksgiving is over and we still have Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year's eve approaching.Yet the only thing I feel like celebrating today is the end of "No Shave November."It might be because I don’t have facial hair, but I can’t understand the November phenomenon of trying to grow as much of it as possible.


Quiet day in Pit prompts memories

On a slow day in the Pit, it's easy to forget how hectic the center of campus can be.Though today's free Locopops from the Carolina Union Activities Board were exciting, the absence of a Pit Preacher or Dance Marathon recruiters prompted students to remember some more exciting experiences in the Pit.Sophomore Caitlin Sasser recalled one day that shocked her last year.