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Thursday December 8th

Will Doran


Changes come with a price

On its face, a new set of federal guidelines for prosecuting sexual assault cases at schools seems necessary, if not overdue. But any heaping of praise upon these changes shouldn’t go without a deeper conversation about the risks of lowering the standard of proof for these cases.

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Respect, one kick at a time for kids

Leadership. Confidence. Respect. Control. These are some of the values that martial arts can give its students. They’re also the values that are considered lacking in the lives of the so called “at-risk” youth, values that one local martial arts program noticed as missing and decided to fill.

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Local renters, beware of the limit

Housing in Chapel Hill is, to put it lightly, complicated. From restaurants and bars to classrooms and offices, nearly everything for everyone is on or near campus. That can prove tricky, putting “townies,” as some students refer to longtime residents, next door to temporary 20-somethings. Noise complaints, parking issues and trash problems, along with different schedules and values, put the groups at odds. And neither side’s hands are entirely clean.

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