The energy and cohesion the cast brings creates a hilarious and acrobatic tour de force that’s nothing short of impressive.
This morning, I awoke to emails and tweets from angry readers reacting to today’s editorial cartoon.
I hesitated to publish the column to your left for fear of making a mountain out of a molehill. After all, I deal with calls for corrections on a daily basis.
Rameses, whose unmistakable Carolina blue horns are a staple at football games, died Thursday evening of natural causes. The 18th Rameses will be buried at Hogan’s Magnolia View Farm, where every ram has been taken care of since it became the University’s official mascot in the 1920s.
In closing arguments for the trial of Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr. Monday, defense attorneys pointed out a “missing chapter” absent from the state’s presentation of evidence — the man already convicted of Eve Carson’s murder. Demario Atwater, Lovette’s co-defendant, pleaded guilty in 2010 to the murder of former student body president Carson and is now serving two life sentences in federal prison.
A State Bureau of Investigation analyst said the DNA found on the interior door of Eve Carson’s Toyota Highlander was many thousand trillion time more likely to be that of Laurence Alvin Lovette, Jr.
As testimony began in the trial of Laurence Alvin Lovette, Jr., the man accused of killing former student body president Eve Carson in March 2008, details about what happened that night became clearer. Witnesses recounted the night of the murder, from what Carson wore and did to when they first realized she was missing.
Attorneys defending Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr., a 21-year-old Durham man charged with the murder of former UNC Student Body President Eve Carson, urged jurors to question the reliability of witnesses who may have had personal interests at stake when they gave their original testimonies.
After two tornado warnings, UNC has given the all clear for students and staff. A tornado watch is in effect for Orange County until 9 p.m. Read how students and teachers handled the weather warnings.
The Daily Tar Heel didn’t out Will Thomason. In the past 24 hours, some have refuted that fact. What those responders didn’t know was that before the story was published, Thomason was already out to the people who mattered — his friends and family.