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DTH Photo Illustration. Members of UNC’s chapter of the environmental honors fraternity Epsilon Eta announced their decision to abolished the group after former members spoke out about its role in fostering white supremacy. The post read, “As a historically exclusive and majority-white institution with semblances of Greek life, we have contributed to the preservation of white supremacy on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus. Our actions have marginalized and silenced BIPOC voices. To address these injustices, we view abolition as the most direct course of action to dismantle white supremacy.”

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DTH Photo Illustration. Members of UNC’s chapter of the environmental honors fraternity Epsilon Eta announced their decision to abolished the group after former members spoke out about its role in fostering white supremacy. The post read, “As a historically exclusive and majority-white institution with semblances of Greek life, we have contributed to the preservation of white supremacy on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus. Our actions have marginalized and silenced BIPOC voices. To address these injustices, we view abolition as the most direct course of action to dismantle white supremacy.”


Warehouse Apartments on Rosemary Street is a popular off-campus housing location for UNC students. With classes moving online and on-campus housing de-densifying, questions are being raised around how clusters in off-campus housing will be communicated to the university community.

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Warehouse Apartments on Rosemary Street is a popular off-campus housing location for UNC students. With classes moving online and on-campus housing de-densifying, questions are being raised around how clusters in off-campus housing will be communicated to the university community.


DTH Photo Illustration. On Monday, Aug. 17, 2020, in the face of rising COVID-19 cases on campus, UNC announced it was suspending in person classes that Wednesday and making the immediate transition to an online format. The transition came with little flexibility and no required pause in instruction, a decision that frustrated many students and instructors.

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DTH Photo Illustration. On Monday, Aug. 17, 2020, in the face of rising COVID-19 cases on campus, UNC announced it was suspending in person classes that Wednesday and making the immediate transition to an online format. The transition came with little flexibility and no required pause in instruction, a decision that frustrated many students and instructors.


Alberto Rivera, set-up coordinator for the Friday Center exits the building on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Some classes have been moved to the Friday Center for the Fall 2020 semester to promote social distancing, but the change has created transportation problems for some students.

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Alberto Rivera, set-up coordinator for the Friday Center exits the building on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Some classes have been moved to the Friday Center for the Fall 2020 semester to promote social distancing, but the change has created transportation problems for some students.


An empty shelf of baby food, a Women, Infants and Children Program product, at Lowes Foods in Wilkes County, North Carolina. WIC products such as baby food have been selling out at increased rated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, putting WIC participants under extra duress.

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An empty shelf of baby food, a Women, Infants and Children Program product, at Lowes Foods in Wilkes County, North Carolina. WIC products such as baby food have been selling out at increased rated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, putting WIC participants under extra duress.