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Volume 125, Issue 10 Tuesday, August 22, 2017

A solar eclipse of the heart across Carolina sky Security

Thousands learned
came to
watch the
eclipse in others
Chapel Hill UNC Police learns
By Gregory Hall through experience
Senior Writer
and observations.
Thousands gathered at
Morehead Planetarium, where a By Myah Ward
viewing party was held for the first Assistant University Editor
total eclipse over the United States
since 1979. Chapel Hill experienced Following the attack in
a partial eclipse, according to NASA. Charlottesville, the Chapel Hill
The moon covered 93 percent of the Police Department is using
sun at 2:43 p.m. The event, which experience from other commu-
lasted from 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., nities and past events to prepare
was a part of 50 different viewing for potential conflict.
parties for the public held at vari- Chapel Hill Police Chief
ous locations throughout North and Chris Blue said public safety
South Carolina. managers are monitoring activ-
Molly Molpus, communica- ity in other communities and
tions manager at Morehead identifying potential conflict
Planetarium, helped organize and areas where people are express-
plan the event, which was funded ing opposing opinions.
by a grant received from the North He said they are working to
Carolina Space Program through formulate the best plans and
NASA. responses for each event.
They [North Carolina Space I think every time theres an
Program] put together kits of activi- event where you can learn from
ties, they trained the educators at the experiences of that commu-
the various venues, Molpus said. nity and from the experiences
Weve been planning this for about of the decision makers, then
a year actively, although weve had you should do that, Blue said.
an educator excited about it since And we are certainly monitor-
DTH/ALEX KORMANN ing what is happening in other
SEE ECLIPSE, PAGE 9 On Monday, 93 percent of the sun was covered up by the first total eclipse over the U.S. since 1979. communities and trying to
evaluate tactics and strategies
to keep everyone safe based on

Lawmakers respond to
what were seeing happening

Local schools ban elsewhere.

Blue said the Chapel Hill
Police Department works closely

Confederate symbols Charlottesville

with UNCs campus and the
extended community. He said
they have a lot of experience
working together to man-
age large scale events such as
Halloween, street festivals and
UNC basketball victories and
the rushing of Franklin Street
following a big win.
You know the kinds of
plans that support those kinds
of events in our community
are scalable to other kinds of
events, Blue said. In that
regard, we have built the kinds
of plans and relationships with
partner agencies to be well pre-
First-year Eli Zachary said
he is concerned about his safety
on campus and there has been
too much focus on national
impact. He said it took too long
for authorities in Charlottesville
Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place on Oct. 26th, 2015 Counter-protestors burn a Confederate flag in anticipation of a KKK rally in What I want to see from
to defend the statue of Silent Sam. Durham on Friday. the governments of Carrboro,
Chapel Hill and their police
White nationalist Hill-Carrboro Schools banned
them entirely from their campuses
Gov. Cooper called for the passed in July 2015 under former
Gov. Pat McCrory bans local gov-
departments, and UNCs police
department is that they are
symbols banned in schools on Thursday. The decision was
made after the recent violence in
removal of Confederate ernments from moving or removing
monuments on their property without
prepared to prevent any kind of
rally from escalating into vio-
following Charlottesville. Charlottesville and widespread vigils monuments. permission from the state government. lence Zachary said.
held in the Chapel Hill area for the Cooper called on lawmakers Randy Young, media relations
By Becca Ayers protests. By Bailey Aldridge to repeal the law and asked the manager for UNC Public Safety,
City Editor The discussion over whether to State & National Assistant Editor Department of Natural and Cultural could not be reached by tele-
ban Confederate flags and associat- Resources to determine the cost phone or email.
Orange County Schools and ed clothing is not new to Chapel Hill North Carolina and national law- and logistics of removing the monu- Joanne Peters Denny, direc-
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools have or Orange County. Orange County makers face stronger calls for the ments and placing them in museums tor of media relations for UNC,
adjusted policies on the Confederate Superintendent Todd Wirt said he removal of Confederate monuments or historical sites to be studied in provided a statement on Aug.
flag and other threatening symbols and the board have taken the debate on state property following events in context. 17 about campus safety follow-
just weeks before the first day of seriously since it was first intro- Charlottesville on Aug. 12. Lawmakers cant remove stat- ing Charlottesville. She said
classes. duced by community members. Gov. Roy Cooper released an op-ed ues until the law is repealed by the the University cannot discuss
Orange County Schools banned The issue and the challenge that on Aug. 15 calling for the removal of Republican-led General Assembly. specifics regarding safety
white nationalist symbols from their all Confederate monuments on state
dress code on Monday, while Chapel SEE SCHOOLS, PAGE 9 property, but a North Carolina law SEE CONFEDERACY, PAGE 9 SEE SECURITY, PAGE 9

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The Daily Tar Heel
Concert suggestions for September
Established 1893
A guide to upcoming Hate This, combining angry,
lo-fi vocals with a strong,
124 years of editorial
concerts in Chapel straight-forward drumbeat.
Some other tracks to check
Hill-Carrboro. out are Crust Bucket and
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Chapel Hill and the
EDITOR@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Triangles music scene Band: Sam Burchfield & The
always attracts a diverse Scoundrels
JESSICA SWANSON group of artists and per- Date: Aug. 25, 9:00 p.m.
MANAGING EDITOR formers which can leave Price: $10
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RACHEL JONES whelmed. Georgia, Sam Burchfield is
ONLINE MANAGING EDITOR Were here to help. While an emerging folk artist who
ONLINE@DAILYTARHEEL.COM we cannot highlight every has opened for Ben Rector of
single concert, these are the Brand New fame.
COREY RISINGER ones were excited about. Burchfields music is unde-
DIRECTOR OF ENTERPRISE Each month, we, the edi- niably folksy with tinges of
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DIRECTOR OF PROJECTS AND Adam will be sharing our in folk.
INVESTIGATIONS recommendations for artists Burchfields biggest tracks
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LEAH ASMELASH the full list Blonde.
Local 506 Cats Cradle
CITY EDITOR Band: The Frights Band: Ellis Dyson & The
Price: $12 advance. $15 day Date: Sept. 2, 9:00 p.m. Many concerts will be throughout the triangle during month of September, such as the Ritz in Raleigh.
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KARYN HLADIK-BROWN you have The Frights. The can be traced back to UNC, released in 2015 and the Midwestern bands and Dead Bird II by
San Diego-based band was are celebrating the debut of newly released Looking Low McCafferty and Remo Drive McCafferty, and Yer Killin
originally started as a joke their new album, Henhouse, and Getting High. deliver two individual brands Me and Crash Test Rating
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UNC Housing launches move-in initiative

Haulin families move their belong-
ings up into the 10-story
Housing has already received
positive feedback on the
Haulin Heels, and will be
Heels helps With his new program of
student helpers, Blattner said
looking to create additional
student programs in coming

students this was one of the most suc-

cessful move-ins yet.
Its designed really to
Specifically with this, well
evaluate it, get as much feed-
move-in provide much-needed help
for families and students on
back as we can and get back
next year better and stronger
faster. move-in day, Blattner said.
Historically weve invited
than ever.
Sophomore Sierra Weight
upperclassmen to partici- was posing for a photo in
By Nic Rardin pate, but this year were tar- front of Morrison with her
Assistant University Editor geting first-year students. We mom while her dad was wres-
had about 500 people sign tling with some Ikea shelves
Move-in wouldnt be up, about half of them first- upstairs. Excited and tired,
move-in without the teary years. Weight said shes ready to live
good byes and crowded He said UNC Housing on campus.
elevator rides. Luckily for decided to launch the new Well, I knew its a sopho-
UNC students, especially the program as a way to help get more community and I
first-year students who are new students excited about wanted to be with my peers,
required to live on-campus, move-in and to focus on get- she said. I actually lived in
the Haulin Heels are there to ting first-years acquainted Granville my freshman year,
help them set up in their new with the campus community but now Im excited to live on DTH/ALEX KORMANN
dorms. before classes start. campus to see more people Then First-Year Albert Bell carries personal items toward his room in Hinton James on move-in day.
The Haulin Heels initia- There have been similar and have more options for the
tive premiered this year, things before, but this was meal plan. visit from Chancellor Carol wonderful experience. It just year, but she said that move-
giving students the ability to a new initiative with a new Weight said move-in went Folt. makes you feel like youre part in is near and dear to her
move in early and work for brand and a new energy, well for her, mostly because The start of the school of it. heart.
a volunteer workforce that Blattner said. Were really she learned her lesson from year is such an exciting time Folt visits the South I just know that I care
helped families move into trying to helps students help her first year. to be around students, Folt Campus dorms every year, about this personally, she
dorms. each other. Its a real part of Ive made it a personal said. I love being around greeting students as they said. Honestly, this is just
Carolina Housing Director the Carolina community and goal of mine not to overpack when they move in because move in and welcoming their really fun and I love to come
Allan Blattner was holding we want to help that happen again this year, she said. they get to meet the RAs families to UNC. do this just for that reason.
the front doors to Morrison any way we can. In addition to help from and see the dorms for the Folt is involved in many @NicRardin
Hall all afternoon to help Blattner said UNC their peers, students got a first time, which is always a events throughout the school

Housing changed last minute before school starts

By Molly Looman We had about 150 additional students we ing certain residential halls to
incoming first-years and turn
higher number of first-years
than expected.
to a different building. Craige
North had previously been a
Assistant University Editor
needed to house between us and Granville. previously first-year-only halls Admissions let us know first-year residence hall, but
Near the end of July, some into non-first-year halls. that our yield was higher, so because housing added non-
students received calls asking if
Rick Bradley Rick Bradley, the associate we had about 150 additional first-years to the hall earlier
they would be willing to move Associate Director of Housing director of housing, said these students we needed to house in the summer, the surplus
out of their current dorms. changes were based on stu- between us and Granville, of incoming first-years had
The calls were coming from She said that the caller dents, Director of Housing dent response. Bradley said. nowhere to go.
Carolina Housing, and left mentioned that he could see and Residential Education It had been requested This shock to the system Blattner said that they
some feeling confused. that Cobb was not her hous- Allan Blattner said that the through our data that upper- meant that Housing now couldve just placed first-years
Kelsey Smith, a sophomore ing groups first choice, but recent changes in housing classmen have larger rooms, had to find more rooms after in any available vacancy, but
living in Cobb, was a recipient still did not mention what the were all part of the plan. Bradley said. Both of those assignments had been com- they wanted to keep the first-
of one of these calls. alternative might be. A couple of years ago we buildings have those larger pleted. Blattner said his team years together.
I got a call in late July. I asked where would had significant vacancies, so rooms. had to scramble to figure out We have found the more
They didnt tell me their we go, what were the other we needed to do something to The adjustments and hous- what to do with students. successful approach here is
name, basically asking if I options, and he said he didnt improve the quality of life on ing assignments were final- The solution required asking to move the upper-class stu-
would switch out of Cobb have an answer, Smith said. campus, Blattner said. ized, until the admissions students in Cobb and Craige dents to create blocks of first-
and into a housing place, but While the late summer Housing decided, based on office informed Housing that North to move into different year space, Blattner said.
never said where, Smith said. calls seemed random to stu- student data, to begin reassign- the University was receiving a rooms in the same residence or
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Takeaways from the final day of fall camp

By Elizabeth Singletary The race for the start-
Staff Writer ing quarterback job is still
neck and neck, according to
Monday marked the final Kapilovic. Graduate transfer
day of fall camp, and players Brandon Harris, redshirt first-
and coaches alike on the North year Chazz Surratt and redshirt
Carolina football team are stay- sophomore Nathan Elliott
ing on their grind as the season appear to be the front-runners
debut inches closer. Depth for the job right now.
chart questions and other story When asked if any quar-
lines were addressed after terback has stood out so far,
Mondays practice. Head Coach Larry Fedora
kept it short and sweet: No.
Rodgers return After a little more prodding,
Fedora elaborated.
The offensive line is set to Theyre all competing,
experience big changes this Fedora said. Thats what I like.
year. Khaliel Rodgers, a grad- Theyre all competing, so weve
uate transfer from Southern still got a ways to go before
California, officially rejoined someone separates themselves.
the team less than a week ago Although Fedoras lips are
after announcing his retire- sealed, Harris has the clear
ment from football Aug. 5. advantage in experience.
Rodgers started 11 games Before coming to Chapel Hill,
during his three seasons at Harris attended LSU, play-
USC, and he certainly adds to ing in 25 games and starting
the experience of the offense. 15 games. He started all 12
Offensive Line Coach Chris games and notched a 9-3
Kapilovic said it will take some record in his sophomore year,
time for him to get back into but he lost the starting job in
game speed and game shape the middle of his junior year.
after missing those weeks Left-handers Chazz Surratt
before returning to the team. and Nathan Elliott are lacking
It was shocking and the in the experience department, DTH/ALEX KORMANN
first thing in my mind is but each bring something new North Carolina Wide Receiver Josh Cabrera (18) works on his hands during a drill in Mondays practice.
did this team want him, to the table. Elliot has been
Kapilovic said. So we talked in UNCs system the longest, offense, making good deci- Switzer, Mack Hollins and Bug ning backs is Austin Proehl. At running back, sophomore
to our leadership council and and Surratt, of course, broke sions pre- and post-snap, and Howard, and running backs The senior has said that hes Jordon Brown is the only one
the guys in the room and they multiple North Carolina state showing some presence out Elijah Hood and T.J. Logan. been a leader since last sum- with Tar Heel game experience.
were willing to take him back. records in high school in total there, Kapilovic said. Coach Fedora stressed they mer even with Switzer, Graduate transfer Stanton
He had to pay a price, but yards and touchdowns. will not make a decision until Hollins and Howard as part of Truitt started three games at
they were willing to take him Kapilovic gave some insight WR and RB questions closer to game day. Although the wide receiving corps. Auburn. Fedora said that no
back and so were all squared. into what the coaching staff is nothing has been formally On Monday, Proehl stayed one has separated themselves
looking for in the starter. In addition to the question announced in terms of a start- after practice, running sprints among the running backs, but
UNCs starting QB is still Again, were trying to find of quarterback, there are many ing lineup, one of the most and doing push-ups on the everyone is working hard.
TBD the one that will stay consis- roles to fill following the depar- experienced players out of any field as almost everyone went @esingletary4
tent with just running the tures of wide receivers Ryan of the wide receivers or run- back to the locker room.
The Daily Tar Heel News Tuesday, August 22, 2017 5

UNC system update: litigation and money

By Danielle Chemtob litigation through law clinics next generation of civil rights
Senior Writer or private organizations. lawyers will reflect poorly on
The Center for Civil our University and the School,
The controversy over the Rights has not done just civil as well as the University system
fate of the UNC Center for rights litigation, but theyve and our state, Folt wrote.
Civil Rights ability to litigate been involved in very political Long said the measure is
dominated the UNC Board of issues, and theyve used the likely to pass before the full
Governors agenda in the past litigation to further the agen- board in its Sept. 8 meeting.
few meetings, but the universi- da of the managing attorney
ty system managed to stay busy at that center, he said. State budget funds UNC-
this summer. The system also Ted Shaw, the centers system priorities, scales
pushed legislators for higher director, rejected the idea that
education funding in the state the centers work is political. back law school cut
budget. The center does exactly The final state budget was
what other civil rights advo- less generous to the UNC-
Future for UNC Civil cates do, whether theyre system than Gov. Roy Coopers
located in law school settings
Rights Center remains proposal, but spared higher
or whether theyre in public education from the bigger cuts
uncertain interest settings, he said. They of previous years. Armed with
A proposal to ban the UNC provide representation to poor $10 million, UNC leaders are
Center for Civil Rights from black and brown people who working on a plan to modern-
litigating will advance to the are struggling with the impact ize and integrate the data sys-
board in September after and the legacy of racial dis- tems across each of the 17 cam-
receiving initial approval from crimination and inequality. puses. BOG member Marty
a committee earlier this month. UNC-Chapel Hill Kotis said the data will help the DTH FILE/NIC RARDIN
The ban, pushed by board Chancellor Carol Folt wrote a university system track student The Board of Governors voted to recommend a litigation ban on UNCs Center for Civil Rights on Aug. 1.
member Steven Long, seeks to letter to the board in late July and financial data.
protect the academic focus supporting the center, and In any sort of modern busi- how are we offering classes, tion fund $2 million less nearly a third of its state
of centers by prohibiting them noted the ban would likely ness youd be tracking data are there enough classes in a than they requested. funds was scaled back to a
from participating in litigation. lead to the centers closure. so you can best see how the certain area, he said. An initial proposal in the $500,000 cut after receiving
Long said law students can I am concerned that elimi- students succeed tracking The UNC-system received N.C. Senates budget draft backlash for being political.
nating or even weakening the why people drop out of a class, $1 million in one-time appro- would have cut the UNC Law @daniellechemtob
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Public hearings coming for new voting districts

The maps are still Graig Meyer, D-Orange, said
in a Tweet that without cor-
by lawmakers.
The data showed most of
likely be competitive next
year because either President
ing in Raleigh.
Bob Phillips, executive
R-Harnett, who released the
proposed maps on Twitter,
provisional until a responding data, the map was
difficult to interpret.
the proposed districts lean
Republican, similar to the cur-
Donald Trump or former
presidential candidate Hillary
director of Common Cause,
said the maps should have
replied to Lis post.
Non proven or reviewed
court approves them. No numbers, just the map. rent makeup of the General Clinton would have won the been released earlier in a theory that relies on past
Still dont know how partisan Assembly, where 35 of the 50 districts by single digits. Seven statement on Saturday. election data can be used
By Ana Irizarry and this is, Meyer tweeted. Senate seats and 74 of the 120 of the districts would lean This falls short of giving PROSPECTIVELY if fits lib
Cory Risinger Courts ruled that the House seats are Republican. Republican and three would citizens sufficient time and narrative, Lewis tweeted.
State & National Editor and General Assemblys current Chapel Hill and Carrboro lean Democrat. 19 of the 120 information to study the new N.C. Sen. Dan Blue,
Director of Enterprise maps drawn in 2011 were would be within the 56th House seats would be compet- districts, Phillips said. D-Wake, encouraged citizens
unconstitutional racial gerry- House District, while the rest itive: 12 that lean Republican Michael Li, senior coun- to attend a hearing. He noted
The North Carolina General manders. But judges did not of Orange County would be in and seven that lean Democrat. sel for the Brennan Centers that the maps are provisional.
Assembly released proposed require special elections to be the 50th District, if the maps The General Assembly will Democracy Program at New (The proposal) will be what
voting districts for the N.C. held in 2017 under amended were to be confirmed. All of hold public comment hear- York University School of the committee submits to
House of Representatives maps given time constraints. Orange County be in the 23rd ings across the state Tuesday. Law, said in a Tweet that the the court, he said in a Tweet.
and Senate over the week- Political data showing vot- Senate District. The closest hearing loca- states proposed maps clearly Whether the court accepts
end. When the map was first ing patterns of the proposed The data shows that only tion to Chapel Hill is at the showed partisan bias. them is still uncertain.
released Saturday, N.C. Rep. districts was released Monday 10 of the 50 Senate seats will N.C. General Assembly build- But N.C. Rep. David Lewis,

Students serenaded before classes begin

Sunset Serenade Its so much fun to get up on stage and see the event is what prompted glimpse of what a cappella is but also because they can
her to audition for the group all about. showcase new music to such a
signals the beginning so much of the UNC community. her first semester at Carolina. Sunset Serenade is a great large crowd.
She said she hopes she can way way to kick off the school The song Im most excited
of a new year. Elizabeth Jackson
President of Tar Heel Voices
have the same impact on new year and showcase the incred- about performing this year is
students . ible talent of Carolina stu- something were calling The
By Olivia Clark This event is probably the dents, Achordants Member Fire Mash-Up, if I had to pick
Staff Writer Cadence, Tar Heel Voices, pella, Jackson said. It helps us most important for me just Brett Buchman said. one, Teder said.
Saama, Achordants, Psalm get out the word about audi- because it was the first time I Its such a good time to Junior Sia Kennedy said
On the evening before 100, Harmonyx, Walk Ons tions and helps first-years and saw the Loreleis, Dunn said. show everyone the different she has attended the Sunset
the start of classes, UNCs a and Loreleis. upperclassmen get together I remember sitting in the a cappella groups, Buchman Serenade every year that she
capella scene took the stage, Elizabeth Jackson, the and appreciate UNC and crowd, being a brand new said. Thats probably my has been a student.
marking the end of summer. president of Tar Heel Voices, everything it has to offer. student at Carolina, and just favorite part about being in I think Sunset Serenade
Sunset Serenade, hosted said Sunset Serenade is an In addition to bringing the thinking, Wow, I would give the group is welcoming in is one of the nicest Carolina
by UNC Student Alumni event meant to help students community together, Sunset anything to be a part of that new people and sort of show- traditions because we all walk
Association, brought large come together to relax and Serenade is a way to intro- group. It holds a special place ing them how exciting being over to the Bell Tower togeth-
crowds to Polk Place to hear socialize before classes start. duce new students to all of in my heart, for sure. an Achordant is. er afterwards, Kennedy said.
music from student groups Its so much fun to get up the a cappella groups before Members of the a cappella Nick Teder, a senior in the This is like my yearly sum-
Monday evening. on stage and see so much of the auditions begin. groups hope their perfor- Tarpeggios, said he enjoys mer send-off.
The lineup included the UNC community and see all The president of the mances were able to inspire the event not only because it @_oliviaclark
Clef Hangers, Tarpeggios, the support we have for a cap- Loreleis, Olivia Dunn, said new students and give them a encourages new members,

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6 Tuesday, August 22, 2017 News The Daily Tar Heel

All up in your business

Part of a periodic update Compiled by Chantal Shine
on local businesses. Photos by Nathan Klima

Lotsa pizza to choose from Purple Bowl comes to Franklin Chopt keeps it fresh The Bookshop closes
Another pizza joint is joining Bennys, Franklin Street might seem like it has The Chipotle on Fordham Boulevard now The Bookshop on Franklin closed this sum-
Toppers and Artisan Pizza Kitchen on everything ice cream, burgers and every- has a new neighbor Chopt. mer, marking the closing of the last remaining
Franklin Street. Lotsa Pizza opened a new thing else along the fast-food spectrum. But The salad restaurant opened on May 9. bookstore on Franklin Street.
Chapel Hill location on Tuesday, Aug. 8 on the Purple Bowl is offering yet one more addition: General Manager Stephen Ellias said Chopt The announcement that the Bookshop
corner of Franklin and South Columbia Street. aa bowls. will focus on using local ingredients and creat- would close came in January, but the shop
We place an emphasis on fast. Our main The Purple Bowl opened July 26 on ing aesthetically pleasing dishes. stayed open until July.
thing is the build-your-own, create-your-own Franklin and offers a variety of aa bowls, So were really trying to focus on the The building was up for sale and our lease
pizza, General Manager Dan Newton said. including a build-your-own option. The seasons and getting some local inspiration, is up in August, The Bookshop Manager Betty
Newton said the shop is different because of Purple Bowl creates their bowls with the basic Ellias said. In fact, right now our destination Schumacher said in January. Its not that
its unique dining experience. aa berry (pronounced a-sigh-ee). The berry is destination local and youll find some local were losing money. Its that we havent grown
We kind of fit into our own category, is blended with hemp milk and other bases inspiration on the menu as well. enough.
Newton said. Youve got your fancy sit-down such as strawberries or bananas to make a Chopt offers a wide variety of ingredients The Bookshop offered rare and used books,
place, your late night slice kind of place. Again thick paste. It is served with granola and/or and dishes for those who dont crave locally including many first edition novels, old aca-
everybody has their preferences for what they fruit toppings. inspired salads. demic books and a childrens book section.
like, but we know as a whole that there isnt Purple Bowl Shift Manager Evan Amber The seasonality of our ingredients [is what The shop was also known for having store cats
really anyone else in this area that does things said there were many health benefits of the aa makes us different], Ellias said. We change that walked around The Bookshop or could be
quite the way we do. berry. The aa berry is a superfood so to speak, our destination items every 60 days. Were seen napping in the front window.
Although the majority of Lotsas sales come Amber said. Its very high in antioxidants, good constantly in search of new and interesting Our best months were always July and
from students, the restaurant wants to cater carbs, protein, essentially everything you need to ingredients people may or may not have heard August, Schumacher townspeople came back to
more than pizza to Chapel Hill by offering fuel the body and when you combine that with of. town, she said. We get a lot of students during
fundraising opportunities. all the fruit toppings and stuff like that, not only Ellias said Chopt has experienced a pleas- the year, but most of our revenue comes from
Thats one thing Ive noticed about Chapel is it a filling lunch, its really healthy for you. ant atmosphere and has had many customers townspeople first, then professors.
Hill is its all about community, Newton said. The Purple Bowl also caters to gluten-free since opening. Despite the competition from Now the nearest off-campus bookstore to
We love being a part of the community, and and vegan customers. The shop has no meat other Franklin Street eateries, Ellias said he UNCs campus is Flyleaf Books just north of
helping the community out is a great way to products and uses hemp milk instead of cow looks forward to a substantial increase in cus- campus.
do that. milk for everything except coffee drinks. tomers when students return.

Carrboro votes to stand with Charlottesville

By Molly Horak Hill residents spoke in sup-
port of the Aldermens resolu-
are, Rich said. It just breaks
my heart, and its not only for
We will not tolerate hatred, bigotry, racism events in the past and would
expect similar sentiments to
Assistant City Editor
tion, and urged to not only them its for every black kid or violence. be expressed in the wake of
The Carrboro Board of recognize racism in the com- who wakes up in America and Saturdays events.
Aldermen voted unanimously munity but also to educate
Pam Hemminger Chapel Hill Mayor Pam
feels hate every day, its for
on Aug. 16 to adopt a resolu- residents about the lessons every brown kid that wakes Mayor of Chapel Hill Hemminger said she sup-
tion in response to violence in learned from Confederate up in America that came here ports Charlottesville and
Charlottesville, Virginia. statues, including UNCs for a better life, its for every of all of ours who moved away Charlottesville. their Mayor, Michael Signer,
The resolution calls on Silent Sam. gay kid in America that wants recently, and we were talk- The events of Saturday are in a statement released
the North Carolina General Penny Rich, a member of to kill themselves instead of ing about how upsetting it is of course troubling to every Wednesday morning.
Assembly to repeal legislation the Orange County Board face another day of discrimi- that those of us who are white American, but the similarities Recognizing that we may
that bans communities from of Commissioners, said the nation. seem to need such horrible between our two communi- not be immune from such
taking down Confederate Commissioners are currently Aldermen Damon Seils reminders before we stand ties remind us here that those an assault upon our own
monuments. The Alderman planning to make a state- praised the Carrboro up and do simple things like events could have as eas- community for upholding
also ask the N.C. Senate to ment in the near future. As a residents that attended the this, Seils said. ily occurred in Chapel Hill, the values that we share, it
stop a bill that would give Jewish mother of two young protests in Charlottesville. Former Chapel Hill Mayor Kleinschmidt stated. I know is important to make it clear
drivers immunity if they men, she tearfully said, its The community is out there Mark Kleinschmidt released that condemnation of the that, although we support
cause injury to protestors; her job to teach them history doing the important work, a statement on Facebook neo-nazis and white national- First Amendment rights,
Governor Roy Cooper echoed and hate. he said. Tuesday evening, call- ist are coming from all points, we will not tolerate hatred,
the same sentiments for legis- This is the first time in I had a conversation ing for the town of Chapel but I vividly remember the bigotry, racism or violence,
lators to kill the bill. their adult life that they feel shortly after Charlottesville Hill to join the chorus of kind words expressed to me Hemminger stated.
Nine Carrboro and Chapel hated because of who they via text message with a friend towns aligning support with when we experienced hateful

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Womens soccer beats An intense, friendly match

Duke in opener Volleyball started the as an opposite hitter for that North Carolinas single-match
team, but played purely as a blocks record with 16 against
school year with a setter on Saturday. At 6-foot-
7, Carlton is one of the tallest
Duke. Now, shes completely
healthy and ready to make
scrimmage match. player on the roster and an her way up even more leader-
intriguing weapon for head boards.
By Chapel Fowler coach Joe Sagula. I have high expectations
Sports Editor She racked up 22 assists for myself, Fields said. I
in the first two sets but also just want to meet and exceed
It didnt look like a scrim- plans to rotate in as a hitter everything that I did.
mage. There were vocal erup- this season. Even though shes Among plenty of positives,
tions after heads-up plays and yet to have played a single the Tar Heels did have a scare
long points. When balls got game at the collegiate level, when Leath, the reigning ACC
past players, they were sprint- her coaches and teammates Player of the Year, hit the floor
ing and diving. The North are confident shell make her- during a point and had to
Carolina volleyball teams Blue self known soon enough. be taken off in a wheelchair.
& White Match was anything My conclusion at the end of Sagula said she fainted, which
but a walkthrough. the spring was she felt like she is something thats happened
We told ourselves, Lets belonged, Sagula said. And before due to low iron, and
treat this one like our first now, I feel like this is a lot of confirmed she was completely
match, redshirt first-year her team. And we knew that fine. Also missing from the
Holly Carlton said. coming in it was going to be scrimmage was Scoles, who is
The scrimmage was a her team. Its a Taylor Leath recovering from a concussion
first look at a talented North and a Julia Scoles team, but its but on track to return soon.
Carolina team, which was also a Holly Carlton team. Sagulas team is prepar-
unanimously picked to repeat One North Carolina lineup ing to follow up on one of
as ACC champion earlier this during the scrimmage featured the best seasons in school
month. five players that were 6-foot-3 history, and it all starts next
In their first game action or taller. Sagula and Carlton weekend with games against
DTH/ASHLEY CRAM since a Sweet 16 loss to UCLA both admitted there are some No. 4 Minnesota and No. 7
Jessie Scarpa (12) defends the ball against Duke players on Friday at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary. in December and some spring disadvantages to such a tall Wisconsin. But for the No. 11
exhibitions, the Tar Heels lineup. But that same lineup Tar Heels, the message is clear.
By Alex Zietlow jumped up and headed Boyles level than before she was hurt played four sets against each has plenty of strengths, one of Our biggest thing is to be
Assistant Sports Editor second cross into the net. The this is her achievement. other on Saturday. The two which is blocks. present Sagula said. We
Tar Heel bench cleared, ran Come kickoff, the two Tar teams tied, 2-2. Thats a stat Sydnye Fields cant think about the end of
CARY Three minutes into to and gathered around the Heels who didnt compete all It started with Carlton, knows very well. Despite the season until we invest
the golden goal overtime of the games final goal-scorer in cel- of the 2016 season played like who spent this summer play- missing 10 matches with everything were trying to do
first game of the 2017 season, ebration of its 2-1 win. they never left. ing for the U.S. Womens injury, she ranked third in the into today.
the No. 6 North Carolina wom- Its awesome; I love play- I was lucky enough to get Junior National Team in San ACC in blocks per set with @chapelfowler
ens soccer team packed seven ing with her, Scarpa said of on the field in the spring, so Jose, Costa Rica. She played 1.38. Shes already broken
players into No. 12 Dukes Boyles. I know shes always I was able to get all those ...
18-yard box. UNCs best free going to look over top and try injury kind of emotions out of
kick-taker stood at the corner to find me behind the back the way, Boyles said. So then
flag and one of its best finishers
set up near the far post.
Redshirt senior Joanna
line. Her set pieces are incred-
ible. Every time she steps on
the ball, I expect it go in.
I could really be fresh for the
season and kind of be locked
in on the season and have all
Boyles already played several Scarpa and Boyles, North that emotion in the past.
impressive free kicks in for Carolinas two most valuable And with the program
the Tar Heels, including her players on Friday, reunited coasting into unfamiliar
equalizing goal in the first half. for the first time in Tar Heel waters especially consid-

But she was irritated with blue since 2015. Last season, ering the fact that its home
this one the first real scoring Scarpa took a redshirt year to games will be played at the
opportunity of the overtime.
When she sent it into the sea
play on the U-20 U.S. Womens
National Team. The season
WakeMed Soccer Park while
construction continues at S
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for a few seconds before Tar period of being sidelined. native. So its kind of, for me, Systems Manager, UX/UI Architect, CapTech, Cisco, Deloitte, Fidelity,
Heel teammate Dorian Bailey Well, what I love is, this is a personal coming home.
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More students are opting for gap years

By Sophia Wilhem profit, said David Omenn,
Staff Writer vice president of development
at Global Citizen Year.
Seven high school gradu- Wyatt Foster, an East
ates in Chapel Hill are saving Chapel Hill high school gradu-
their college experience for ate, decided to take a gap year
later and packing their bags in Senegal with Global Citizen
for something different than Year because she wasnt excited
a dorm room. Global Citizen about going to college yet and
Year is a non-profit that pro- liked that the program was
vides a gap year experiences more than just volunteering.
in Ecuador, Brazil, Senegal Its not really about, oh,
and India. The fellows are what can I teach these peo-
paired with a host family and ple? Its what can they teach
given community apprentice- you and how can you better
ships based on their interests. your culture by incorporating
The goal is to really live theirs, she said.
alongside the problems that In North Carolina and
they are trying to help solve across the nation, gap years
and learn from the communi- have become a growing trend
ty that they are trying to help for high school graduates
from within, Global Citizen 35 percent in the nation think
Year Editorial Director Molly about taking one. The pro-
Weissman said. gram itself has increased from
The listed price of the pro- 11 fellows in 2010 to 140 fel-
gram is $32,500, however the lows in 2017, and N.C. has the
price varies on where a fellow second most fellows for Global
goes and how long they stay. Citizen year, after California,
The program supports the where they are based.
inclusion of students from I think young people, a lot
all different racial and socio- of them, are seeing some of
economic backgrounds. 40 the things that are happen-
percent of incoming students ing in our current news and DTH FILE/ALEX HAMEL
receive a full scholarship and current events and are feeling Chapel Hill High Schools Class of 2014 held their graduation in Kenan Stadium. Many high schoolers are now considering taking gap years.
40 percent receive a partial inspired to see the world,
scholarship. Weissman said. As the presi- Citizen Year allows for explo- a stereotype that people take Eventually, she hopes to go to host family and my host com-
Access and opportunity dent sort of closes borders, ration, adventure and learn- a gap year because theyre Long Island University Global, munity and really be able to
for students with low income I think people are hungrier ing beyond students current unsure of their future. She but for now says au revoir as understand, the best that I
background is core to our now than ever to engage with consumption of the world wants to take her experience she heads abroad. can in a few months, their
DNA and its part of why we the world. around them. and knowledge of Senegal back Mainly I just want to have culture, she said.
set ourselves up as a non- Omenn said that Global Foster said she thinks its with her to share with others. a good relationship with my

Who is new to UNCs Another year, another FallFest

football team? By Molly Looman
Assistant University Editor

This past weekend, stu-

By Chapel Fowler played lacrosse for his high both football and baseball. dents were welcomed to UNC
Sports Editor school, and Head Coach In the Under Armour All- with the long-standing tradi-
Larry Fedora was the only American Game in July, he tion of FallFest, hosted by the
The North Carolina foot- coach interested in Wilson to hit a walk-off 11th single to Carolina Union.
ball team had an eventful attend a lacrosse game. That give his team a 2-1 win. He Around 24,000 students
summer in terms of recruit- gesture may have made the even stayed late to sign auto- were in attendance, including
ing. Heres a look at some difference. graphs for young fans. the new class of 2021.
of the top players in the With 360 student organi-
Tar Heels 2018 class, all of Jordyn Adams, four-star Tyler Shough, four-star zations present, and 22 per-
whom will be playing their wide receiver quarterback formances, Fall Fest served as
final high-school seasons this an informative and energetic
fall. All rankings come from Adams commitment drew The 6-foot-4 signal caller welcome to Carolina. serious hype in the recruit- was UNCs first quarterback First-years James DePolo DTH/SHEPARD BARNES
ing world, as he announced commit for 2018. and Goutam Gadiraju Students gather on Hooker Fields for FallFest on Sunday night.
Payton Wilson, four-star his decision on live on NFL During his junior season at attended the event after Clubs and organizations sat at tables looking for new members.
outside linebacker Network at Nike Footballs Hamilton High School (Ariz.), convocation and enjoyed the
The Opening event. he completed 61 percent of yearly tradition. Gadiraju settled. FallFest occurs after both performs and has an
Wilson, the No. 3 outside He brandished a pair of his passes for 2,079 yards and said he found that FallFest first-years move in, but before information table.
linebacker in the country, UNC receiving gloves to make 27 touchdowns. Hes the No. 1 showcased the variety and students have their first day It definitely gets our name
decided to stay close to home it official. Hell play his senior recruit in the state of Arizona diversity of student organiza- of class. out there to all the freshman
when he committed to North season at Green Hope High and the No. 10 recruit among tions. I think it might make and gets us the chance to talk
Carolina in May. School in Cary after starring pro-style quarterbacks. Im feeling overwhelmed, sense to do it a little later, to people, Casey said.
As a junior at Orange High in South Carolina for three Shoughs commitment but a good overwhelmed, when people are more settled The massive event was
School in Hillsborough, Wilson years. As a junior, he played came less than two months Gadiaju said. and know their way around coordinated by Joselle Torres,
racked up 127 tackles, 39 tack- mostly at quarterback and after the Chicago Bears select- Organizations ranging campus, DePolo said. Board Chair for FallFest.
les for loss, 13 sacks, 4 pass had 1,571 total yards. His ed Mitchell Trubisky with the from Greek Life, to social For student organizations, She said the event is a group
breakups and an interception father, Deke Adams, returned No. 2 overall pick in the NFL justice clubs, to the plethora FallFest serves as a way to effort of multiple offices and
in 13 games. The 6-foot-4, 225- to UNCs coaching staff in Draft. UNC hasnt exactly of campus recreational sports, recruit new members and stakeholders on campus and
pound linebacker also played January as the defensive line been known as a quarterback all of the varieties of UNC publicize the group. is important to the student
on offense and finished the coach, proving family was a school, but the recent success clubs use FallFest as an Madison Casey, the social experience.
season with 756 rushing yards, strong factor in his sons com- of Trubisky and Marquise opportunity to recruit new chair of Kamikazi Hip Hop Its an integral part of
305 receiving yards and 16 mitment. Williams may be changing members. Dance Team, said that student life at Carolina, she
total touchdowns. Adams, the fourth-ranked that mindset in recruits. DePolo said he wished the FallFest is an important part said. Its a long standing tra-
Wilson also wrestled and receiver in the state, is com- @chapelfowler event happened at a differ- of the teams publicity and dition.
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ECLIPSE Weve had an educator excited about it going into totality.
And they (people in
and a pair of goggles at the
viewing party.
Jason Adkins, a first-year
at UNC, said he could tell a
FROM PAGE 1 since 1998. Jefferson City) were just Chapel Hill local Anna notable difference in the tem-
1998. Molly Molpus standing there, it was light Waller said she loved that she perature.
A solar eclipse does not and then suddenly the light chose to come to the plan- Weve been staying over
Communications Manager at Morehead Planetarium
have a real major effect goes out and you can see etarium viewing party. here and we can tell a differ-
on Earth, but can have the light around the moon, Its really cool and its really ence in the shade and it is
an impact on people, said the sun is so bright. ing across North America, Marshall said. It was so sud- interesting how they have so actually starting to feel a little
Edo Berger, professor of More eclipses have Berger said. den you just arent expecting many different ways set up cooler, Adkins said.
Astronomy and director of occurred since the 1970s; Activities on UNCs cam- it to be like that. to look at it, Waller said. Of Molpus said that although
Undergraduate Studies at however, there was no plau- pus included a live stream The pre-eclipse presenta- course we have the glasses, the totality was only about
Harvard University. sible way for a person to have of the path of totality of the tion sold out, and welcomed but then in the (Morehead 93 percent in Chapel Hill,
The fact that its in the seen them, Berger said. eclipse provided by NASA, 1000 people to learn more Planetarium) Center they have it didnt take away from the
middle of the day and will be Different eclipses can be hands-on activities and a pre- about this astronomical a couple of different ways to wonder of the experience.
as dark as it would at night, viewed in different parts of eclipse presentation inside event. There were multiple view it without glasses where This is one of the most
Berger said. The fact that we the world, and so this is one the main theater. safe methods to view the sun it does projections and one major astronomical events
can see, if youre in the path that happens to be where the At the live stream, Chapel directly and indirectly. of them is a bunch of mirrors thats happened in most peo-
of totality, you can see the path of totality, where you Hill local Rowan Marshall UNC seniors Sarah and its big enough to see sun ples lifetimes, she said.
corona of the sun, which we see complete obscuration of said there was NASA footage Bigelow and Summer Travis spots and see the shadows @gregoryhall_
cant see because the rest of the sun by the moon, is mov- of Jefferson City, Missouri used an indirect solar viewer cover up the sun spots.

SECURITY here, Peters Denny said. We

are reviewing the events in
concerned we could see simi-
lar reaction if Silent Sam was
Sophomore Tarik Woods
from Chancellor Carol Folt.
I was upset with the
voices heard. We want to
protest and have rallies
FROM PAGE 1 Charlottesville to ensure that taken down. said there are many similari- letter because I felt like and talk about what makes
operations, but the safety of we are employing all best I think the events have ties between Charlottesville Chancellor Folt understands us Tar Heels and how that
campus members and prop- practices to keep our campus inspired me to get more and Chapel Hill, particularly that every student at Chapel affects our community, and
erty are taken seriously. safe. involved in campus politics the student presence that Hill ... is passionate about we should continue that and
We are constantly study- First-year Thomas Poole is and such because I think exists. some aspect of what hap- we should be supported in
ing events on other campuses not taking individual precau- it is important that we do Woods said he is not con- pened in Charlottesville, that.
to ensure we are prepared for tions to maintain his safety organize in case something cerned for his safety, but is he said. And we like to be @MyahWard
any incidents that may arise on campus, but said he is like that happened, Poole disappointed in the response vocal. We like to have our

SCHOOLS It gives the principal the ability to proac- James Barrett. The Orange
County School system passed
The new Orange County
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro
Schools superintendent
FROM PAGE 1 tively talk about whats acceptable and a new policy to ban the sym- Schools policy additionally received multiple calls from
was placed before our school
system has on the surface
whats not acceptable speech at our school. bols from their dress code.
Wirt said in a Facebook
bans clothing with symbols
meant to intimidate students
districts around North
Carolina about their new policy
been about the Confederate James Barrett post that the Charlottesville on the basis of race, national changes and the exact language
Flag, but on a much deeper Chair of Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools Board of Education violence and other politically origin, gender and sexual ori- of the policy, Barrett said.
level is about working to bet- charged events can have an entation. Durham Public Schools might
ter understand each other effect on public schools and Though controversial, adopt new dress code policies
and ensuring that our schools public comments into consid- make any apologies for that, their learning environments. feedback from the policy to ban the Confederate flag and
have a learning environment eration as well. Halkiotis said. The effects of that envi- changes in both school other symbols.
that is accepting of all groups We were concerned about The Chapel Hill-Carrboro ronment often manifest systems has been positive I dont think this is a huge
represented in our beautifully first amendment issues, free- City Schools Board of themselves first in public overall. Barrett said although change, Barrett said. It clari-
diverse community, Wirt said. dom of speech issues, and Education voted unanimously schools, leaving our school there is controversy around fies that it gives the principal
Stephen Halkiotis, chair- we have deliberately moved in the decision and added administrators, teachers and first amendment rights, he the ability to proactively talk
person of the Orange County ahead for some people in a language to their bullying support staff in a position to thought the policy was on about whats acceptable and
School Board, said they had very slow manner but thats policy to ban the flag and educate and counsel our chil- solid footing and that the whats not acceptable speech
four legal experts discuss the how government moves other symbols, according to a dren on topics like acceptance community was united and at our school.
issue with the board and took sometimes, and I dont press release by chairperson and understanding, Wirt supportive of the decision.

CONFEDERACY The Sons of Confederate

Veterans, a pro-Confederate
Silent Sam Silent Sam are going to be
very vigorous.
the law is repealed, it will cre-
ate the opportunity for us all to
policies of white nationalism
under the cover of a so-called
FROM PAGE 1 heritage group, released Fitzhugh Brundage, a UNC Chapel Hill Mayor Pam teach in public a much fuller conservatism is not condem-
Cooper said the monu- a statement denouncing history professor who focuses Hemminger wrote a letter to and more accurate account of nation at all, he said.
ments are more provocative Coopers plans to remove on American history after the Chancellor Folt calling for the what the nation experienced. President Donald Trump
now than ever. statues, saying his statement Civil War, said the Silent Sam removal of Silent Sam. condemned the removal of
Some people cling to the would embolden others to statue has a target on its back, Harry Watson, a UNC his- National Response confederate statues on Twitter
belief that the Civil War was pull down statues, like in but nothing can be done to tory professor who focuses on Thursday.
fought over states rights, he Durham. bring it down as long as the the Antebellum South, said In a statement respond- Sad to see the history and
said. But history is not on The group said it would current law is in place. the monuments teach a story ing to the violence of white culture of our great country
their side. We cannot con- reward anyone with informa- Every few years theres about the Civil War that erases nationalists, North Carolina being ripped apart with the
tinue to glorify a war against tion leading to arrests and been a sort of crescendo of African American history. NAACP President the Rev. Dr. removal of our beautiful
the United States of America convictions for those who pull calls to pull down Silent Sam, I want us to remember a William Barber II called on statues and monuments,
fought in the defense of slav- down statues in the future if he said. I think after what story thats both true and full, politicians to condemn racism. he tweeted. Washington,
ery. These monuments should the government fails to act. happened in Durham I would he said. And the monuments To condemn racism and Jefferson? So foolish!
come down. think the decisions about are not teaching that story. If hate while condoning the

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Meet the 2017-2018 editors of The Daily Tar Heel and read about the changes coming this year.

What does it mean to be a DTH editor?
Journalism is expensive. There Sometimes people are in our would be there or not. Many of to the job.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF is no shortage of articles on why office working well past midnight our editors have willingly went We also arent unique. Having
A senior history major from journalism is important in the and still manage to make it to into work during times that most been in local and student
Randleman, N.C. abstract. Movie likes All The class. students are relaxing with friends newsrooms, I know that across
Presidents Men and Spotlight I am not saying this to ask for before the school year starts. America, journalists are work-
show the power of accountability pity, we all knew what we were Not only is it a time commit- ing hard and making sacrifices
in journalism. signing up for. Instead, it is to say ment, but it also takes away from to keep people informed. A few
And, as of late, the internet is that being an editor of a student peoples social time. This level of decades ago journalism was more
flooded with articles about why newspaper is no small task, and dedication may not make sense of a standard job, but now it has
community papers like The the people who run this news- to an outside perspective, but it to be a calling to make it worth it.
Daily Tar Heel and the (Raleigh) paper show an impressive level is what the internal culture of the In conclusion, if you see a
News & Observer are impor- of dedication and an impeccable DTH has been for almost 125 years. reporter, regardless of where they
tant for preventing news deserts. work ethic. You wouldnt last long The skills learned during some work, talk to them about their sto-
I encourage you to read some, in this office without leadership of these late nights are one of the ries. Ask if theyve managed to take they are far more interesting than and time management skills. reasons why so many great jour- a break recently. Offer constructive
Ultimately responsible for all print and what I could possibly say. Just this week, our State and nalists come from the DTH. But criticisms, even. Our people are
This column is telling you National editor Ana covered still, it is a lot work and leads to working hard and I dont want
online content; serves as the public face of about the difficult, day-to-day protests and vigils while still an understandably high burnout their efforts to go unnoticed.
the paper. operations of being a journalist in managing to report on breaking rate among our staff. Personally, I cannot be more
2017. Our online managing editor, news stories as they happened. One of my goals this year is proud of the people on this page
Rachel, explained it well: low- Also, our photo editor Nathan got fostering our internal culture of and the rest of the DTH staff. I do
pay, high-stress. Its true. back from covering the NCAA in working hard while still making not feel obligated to be humble
Our editors essentially work Nashville and immediately went sure people dont feel undervalued about our work, too many people
a full-time job, on top of being to the Durham protests even or overworked. It isnt going to be worked too hard on it for me not
students, for very little pay. though he didnt know if the Klan easy given the demands inherent to praise and highlight it.


A senior journalism major from Wake Forest, A junior journalism major from Ayden, N.C. A senior English major from Chapel Hill, N.C.

Oversees all daily newsroom operations, In charge of all digital content and articles, Works with writers and editors to create
including ensuring stories are accurate and ensuring that articles are promoted online longer form articles that expand on the
handling corrections if theyre not. and tracking digital engagments. daily news.


A junior journalism major from Greensboro, A sophomore journalism major from A junior journalism major from Winston A senior journalism major from Raleigh, N.C.
N.C. Concord, N.C. Salem, N.C.

If it happens on UNCs campus, UDesk will The Daily Tar Heels is proud to maintain a full copy desk. Copy editors save this paper on a With the largest coverage area of any desk,
be covering it. From campus security to stu- regular basis and the newsroom benefits daily from having them on staff. StatNat works to relate national news to
dent organizations, they got it covered. the UNC community.


A senior journalism major from Hickory, N.C. A senior computer science major from A senior journalism major from Holly A junior journalism major from Cary, N.C.
Waxhaw, N.C. Springs, N.C.

Podcasts and audio are among the newest From laying out this page to the front-page Investigations takes deep dives into topics Coverage includes Chapel Hill, Carrboro and
tools journalists have to tell stories. Go to graphics, Design works on using graphics not currently in the news through bringing Orange County. Focuses heavily on local
our website to see Audio Desks work. and charts to convey information. new information to the public. politics and business culture.


A sophomore journalism major from A sophomore journalism major from A junior journalism major from Chapel Hill,
Denver, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. N.C.

Comprehensive coverage of all Tar Heel Arts Desk focuses on all types of art that can Captures most of the images that appear in
sports and the daily lives of the coaches and be found on campus and across the Chapel the paper, regardless of which area of cov-
student-athletes. Hill-Carrboro community. erage they fall under.
The Daily Tar Heel News Tuesday, August 22, 2017 11

Staff photos of the week

See last weeks The Daily Tar Heel con-
stantly has photographers out
goes out they take more pho-
tos than theyll need.
photos that were not chosen
to be used in print.
Please verify that it is your
original photo and where it
it into print.
In this past week, our pho-
events as seen by capturing the emotion of an
event or historic moments to
So many of our photos
never are used in print or
If you want to submit a
photo you took to be featured
was taken.
Our photo editor Nathan
tographers covered protests
in Durham, the NCAA hear-
DTH photographs. be recorded in our paper. on our online accounts. This in this section, email it to Klima will review all submis- ings and welcome back events
Each time a photographer regular feature will show the sions and decide which make across campus.


Protesters drape a flag that reads Rest in Power: Heather Heyer over the Silent Sam monument. A sign that reads History will not repeat lies next to the burnt remains of a Confederate flag dur-
Heyer was hit and killed by a car that drove into a crowd during the Charlottesville protests. ing the gathering in Durham against white supremacy and the Klu Klux Klan.


UNC Chancellor Carol Folt whispers to UNC mens basketball coach Roy Williams during a break in Community members gather in downtown Durham to show solidarity in response to the expected
the NCAA hearing in the Opryland Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday. appearance from the Klu Klux Klan on Friday.


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Encouraging Student Success
We believe student Success is likely in an
success includes: environment that:

1 Exploring & growing

1 Fosters self-advocacy
& resiliency

2 2
Appreciating diverse Promotes a growth
perspectives as well as mindset understanding
developing ones own of intelligence

3 Developing social
& emotional skills
3 Affirms cultural
identities & advances
inclusive excellence

4 Engaging in meaningful
activities, roles, &
relationships 4 Encourages academic
excellence, integrity,
& leadership

5 Cultivating a sense of
purpose or vocation
5 Demonstrates concern
for the well-being of
the whole student

UNC-Chapel Hill wants every student to make steady academic

progress and graduate on time. But success does not look the same
for every student. There are different pathways to success.
Take full advantage Set academic Take responsibility
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Welcome from town representatives

If youre at Carolina its because I would like to encourage all new
you have tremendous gifts and and returning students to partici-
you can make a difference... First pate in the arts, both on campus
and foremost, register to vote, and in the town. Now, more than
learn about local politics and vote ever, we need them creating and
this November. getting involved.
Maria Palmer Sally Greene
Chapel Hill Town Council Member Chapel Hill Town Council Member

Show up for things. Even if it Work to promote UNCs mission

seems boring or uninteresting, as a diverse, inclusive, free-think-
show up, leave yourself open and ing, flagship public university. Be
enjoy Chapel Hill. inspired and motivated by North
Nancy Oates Carolinas lofty state motto: Esse
Chapel Hill Town Council Member
quam videri, To be rather than to
Randee Haven-ODonnell
Carrboro Board of Aldermen Member

Welcome to those who are Welcome back from this proud

new, welcome back to those UNC grad. When your parents
who arent, have a great time at complain about your squishy
Chapel Hill, we look forward to interdisciplinary studies degree,
seeing you! tell them to call me.
Michael Parker Bethany Chaney
Chapel Hill Town Council Member Carrboro Board of Aldermen Member

Weve been busy getting the We townies always appreci-

town ready for them to come ate the summer, but its nice to
back. Weve had some road have that vibrancy back and we
improvements, a cleanup project, encourage students to explore
and were making great progress (Carrboro) and think of it as a way
on getting our startups to have to escape Chapel Hill every once
more downtown locations. in awhile.
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Why does the fight for affirmative action continue?

By Becca Heilman FIRST-YEAR STATS the Middle District of North
Carolina ruled in January
Assistant State and National Editor

Affirmative action admis-

sions programs at universities
61 percent
identify as female
2017 that the University did
not have to change admis-
sions policies.
across the country may be in The court required UNC
An internal announce-
ment from Attorney General
9 percent
identify as African American
to provide Students for Fair
Admissions with information
from applications of the enter-
Jeff Sessions and the Justice ing 2016 and 2017 classes. 78 percent of incoming first-years 34 percent of incoming

16 percent ranked within the top 10 percent first-years identify

Departments Civil Rights Stephen Farmer, vice
of their high school class themselves as a race or
Division sought attorneys to provost for enrollment and 44 percent of incoming first-years ethnicity other than
work on investigations and identify as Asian or Asian- undergraduate admissions, ranked within the top 10 students Caucasian
possible litigation related to American said in an email on May 22 of their high school class
intentional race-based discrim- to 2016 and 2017 first-year
ination in college admissions.
UNC admissions declined
an interview and said in
2 percent
identify as American Indian
undergraduate applicants that
the court ordered UNC admis-
sions to produce academic,
a statement that it would or Alaskan Native demographic and other infor-
be premature to speculate mation from applications but
about actions the Justice not personal essays or letters
Department may take. stands on, at least in the higher of recommendation.
UNC Law Professor Erika education context, is tenuous, The University plans to
Wilson said the Justice Wilson said. There is ample delete any information regard-
Departments most recent room for Trump to step in here ing applicants identities. DTH GRAPHIC/BROOKLYNN COOPER
strategy is different than its and for the Supreme Court Students for Fair Admissions The information above is from a UNC news release. The release also stated that 78 percent of enroll-
typical tactics of supporting to come back this time with a may not take any steps to try ing students submitted at least one AP test score.
defendants through amicus different result, especially with to learn the identity of any
briefs or statements by the the composition of the court. applicant or to contact any Of UNCs incoming class groups surveyed increased in the resources to live in a good
solicitor general. Students for Fair applicant without first obtain- of first years, 34 percent of percentage from 2016 to 2017. school system, she said.
Intervention by the Trump Admissions filed an affirma- ing approval from the court, students identify themselves Wilson said race conscious The baseline is neither neu-
administration could have an tive action lawsuit against according to the email. as a race or ethnicity other admissions programs are nec- tral nor fair, and the use of race
impact on the ongoing fight to UNC in Nov. 2014. The The University is vigor- than Caucasian, according to essary to enroll a diverse class as a factor is just reflective of
reverse a 1978 Supreme Court suit claimed the school was ously defending its current a report by UNC admissions. of students due to educational understanding the lived reality
ruling that allows universities violating applicants 14th undergraduate admissions The percentage of stu- segregation and historical of many students of color and
to use race as a factor in admis- Amendment rights by con- policies and continues to take dents identifying as Black or discrimination. trying to even that baseline,
sions but doesnt allow quotas. sidering race as a factor in its great care to comply fully African-American decreased Historical discrimination Wilson said.
The jurisprudence that admissions process. with all applicable laws, the from 11 percent in 2016 to facing certain groups of color @beccaheilman
race-conscious admissions The U.S. District Court for University said in a notice. 9 percent in 2017. All other means that they do not have

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Who is new to Arts Everywhere?

UNC basketball? More like arts any when
By Nicola McIrvine
Staff writer

Pianos echoing in the

quad, students spinning on
contraptions in front of the
Ackland Art Museum, mural-
ists bringing life to the walls
of the town. These were the
sights and sounds of last
school years Arts Everywhere
This past spring, UNCs
first campus-wide Arts
Everywhere Day brought new
life to the campus in a way
that the community had not
seen before.
While last years campaign
focused on just one day, the DTH FILE/TARYN REVOIR
team plans to create a more Moving forward after Arts Everywhere Day, UNC has a long term
comprehensive campaign that goal of increasing interest in the arts.
goes beyond a mere introduc-
tion in the years to come. a partnership with athletics. said. Arts Everywhere got in
As the Founding Director When we think about Arts contact with me because they
DTH FILE/NATHAN KLIMA of Carolina Performing Arts, Everywhere, we think of it were looking for students
The North Carolina mens basketball team takes a selfie after its 2017 national championship win. a professor in the music that way, Kang said. to get involved with them. I
department and Special The idea for Arts went to the first meeting and
By Chris Hilburn-Trenkle 14.3 points per game to go ends of the floor. Assistant to the Chancellor Everywhere came directly realized I just wanted to keep
Staff writer along with 9.1 rebounds and Last but not least is for the Arts, Emil Kang has from the chancellor herself, doing more and more.
2.3 blocks as a senior. Sterling Manley, a three-star worked tirelessly on the cre- according to Rachel Ash, Rodriguez said she worked
The North Carolina bas- Three-star Brandon recruit out of Pickerington ation and implementation associate director of Arts on the mural initiative last
ketball teams 2017 recruiting Huffman is UNCs lone Central (Ohio). Hes the tall- of Arts Everywhere. He says Everywhere. year and was amazed by the
class isnt elite. It ranks 19th recruit from the state of North est forward of the class at that the project sparked by She saw the real impact impact it had on her and the
in 247Sports team composite Carolina, where he attended 6-foot-11 but may need to Chancellor Carol Folts love of a similar initiative she students she worked with.
rankings and 17th in ESPNs. Word of God Christian bulk up his 240-pound frame of the arts is a way for the did while interim chancel- Public art can really have
But the depth of this five-play- Academy in Raleigh. Standing a bit. entire campus community to lor at Dartmouth, Ash said. political and social power,
er class may be its defining at 6-foot-10 and weighing The 2017 class also includes come in direct contact with One of the quotes that stuck she said. It was amazing. It
characteristic. The newcom- 250 pounds, Huffman was one walk-on. Walker Miller is the arts. with me that she said at the was the coolest thing Ive ever
ers are led by four-star guard dominant in the paint through a 6-foot-10, 220 pound for- Is there a way for students beginning of founding this done.
Jalek Felton, the nephew of high school. He averaged 16.1 ward who decommitted from who study science or busi- initiative was an Alvin Toffler A lot of the people there
former Tar Heel Raymond points and 14.2 rebounds per Dartmouth to come to Chapel ness to see how the arts can quote. It said The illiterate hadnt picked up a paintbrush
Felton. Felton is the Tar Heels game, including 4.7 offensive Hill. His brother, Wes Miller, relate to them? he asked. Do of the 21st century will not in years, and they kept asking
highest ranked national rebounds as a senior. A knack played won a national cham- we see artistic expression on be those who cannot read or when we could do more.
recruit at No. 30 overall. for offensive rebounding pionship in 2005 for UNC. campus? How does my daily write, but those who cannot While Kang said it may
As a senior for Gray turned Tony Bradley into a While the 2017 class isnt as life as an average student get learn, unlearn and relearn. take years for the campaign to
Collegiate Academy (S.C.), first-round draft pick, and will stacked as prior years, there is affected by the arts? In addition to the arts fac- be fully established and for it
the 6-foot-3 Felton averaged reward Huffman with more a lot of potential. Felton should While Kang said that last ulty that drive the initiative, to create solid initiatives with
26.3 points, 5.4 assists and minutes if he can do the same split minutes with sophomore years Arts Everywhere Day a special group of students partnering organizations,
4.8 rebounds per game. Hes at a collegiate level. Seventh Woods as the backup was a way to let UNC stu- representing different cam- this year will surely have new
extremely athletic and is at Andrew Platek brings a to Joel Berry II, and all three dents know of the campaigns pus organizations also helps creations in store for those
his best when attacking the different skill. The 6-foot-3 forwards will get their shot to presence, the organization make Arts Everywhere what wandering through campus
rim with intensity. guard is a pure shooter with replace what Kennedy Meeks, will begin creating larger it is. to explore.
UNCs second four-star in a quick release. He averaged Isaiah Hicks and Bradley left projects in partnership with Elina Rodriguez, junior There is such an opportu-
the class is Garrison Brooks, 13.4 points per game and shot behind. Brooks has the best various campus organizations English major and presi- nity for people to see the same
a 6-foot-9 forward from 35 percent from beyond the chance to contribute at that in the future. dent of False Profits comedy spaces they see everyday, and
Auburn High School (Ala.). arc as a senior at Northfield spot. And if Platek is able to All of our projects will be troupe, said that she was to see them differently, Kang
His midrange game could Mount Hermon School provide a good outside shot, he partnerships with others. A hooked on the concept imme- said. It would be incredible if
help him contribute imme- (Mass.). But his lack of quick- can really help the team. partnership with the Carolina diately. we could do that right here.
diately as a stretch four for ness and overall athleticism @christrenkle2 Union, a partnership with the This is my second term as @nicola_mcirvine
North Carolina. He averaged could give him trouble on both Sonja Haynes Stone Center, president of False Profits, she

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The Syllabye, organized Project launches

By Nic Rardin
Assistant University Editor
makes at the beginning of
each semester.
At the beginning of every
working with professor Jim
Kitchen to develop a service
for students.
speaking with several UNC
professors, especially those
teaching large introductory
refugees college
Getting organized at the semester, he actually takes a DiPietrantonio and level lectures, about using
start of the semester can be list of all of his assignments, Werden said they have been Syllabye with their classes.
tough, but a small team of and creates an Excel list with working on the project since A professor or a TA or
UNC students has developed every single thing he has to last December and are on even a student will upload
a new web tool to group all do, Werden said. When their fourth release version, all of the assignments onto
of your assignments in one I saw that, I just thought, making their platform more Syllabye, Ueland said. From An Eve Carson Forget if Im capa-
place. Thats insane. I never user friendly. there, they can share a link
The online platform thought of it that way. Weve spent a lot of time via Facebook Messenger, their Scholarship winner ble, I couldnt go
Syllabye is an integrated Werden said the whole thinking about how we can phone, whatever. It works
helps students afford because I couldnt
planner and assignment orga- point of Syllabye is to collect make this thing as helpful like a Google Doc sharing
nizer that lets professors and all of the data in one place, as possible, Werden said. feature. UNC. pay.
students stay informed and just like with an Excel spread- People are resonating with Ueland said Syllabye is up Riley Foster
up to date on whats due at all sheet listing due dates and the pitch and we are excited and running right now, and By Leah Ashmelash Eve Carson Scholarship winner
times. assignments. to see where it goes. the team expects it to be in use University Editor
Syllabye co-founders Its essentially the ability After the two had a solid at over 100 schools, but will be
Lucas DiPietrantonio and to make a list where you can idea of where they wanted to prioritizing use at UNC. When senior Riley Foster or because of a language bar-
Jeremy Werden met through color code assignments, you take the project and released Its just such an easy way first started tutoring young rier or a financial barrier, she
a mutual friend and bonded can share assignments with a couple of working versions, to access all of the informa- refugee students, she assumed said. That it is a possibility
over spring break in Miami. classmates and such, he said. they brought in junior jour- tion from all of your classes she was being encouraging and for them regardless of those
They said the original idea The two were both in the nalism major Abigail Ueland for free, DiPietrantonio said. reaffirming of their abilities. factors.
came to them when they entrepreneurship and busi- to help them promote their But when one student casually Jeremy Finazzo is a trans-
were thinking about the giant ness planning class BUSI product. @nicrardin mentioned he was never going fer student at UNC, and he
Excel sheet DiPietrantonio 500, where they began Ueland said shes been to go to college because his par- worked as mentor for a week
ents couldnt afford it, Foster with Project Jumpstart. He
felt disheartened. She wasnt said his favorite part of Project
surprised the students par- Jumpstart was working with
ents didnt speak any English, the kids and helping them
they had five kids and lived understand the college process.
below the poverty line. The moment that stuck out
Thats what went straight the most to Finazzo was dur-
to his head as a seventh grad- ing a Q&A session with the
er, she said. Forget if Im students, where they could
capable, I couldnt go because ask any of the mentors ques-
I couldnt pay. tions about college. The stu-
A few months later, Foster dents had so many questions
stumbled upon the Eve Carson that the discussion lasted for
Scholarship, which funds about an hour and a half.
summer projects for eligible They were questions that
juniors. She was chosen for the were asked from a relatable
award. This summer, Foster standpoint, they asked, So
used that money to launch when I go to college, will x, y,
Project Jumpstart: a two-week and z have to happen? and
summer program that exposes they were asking us to share
refugee high school students about our college experience,
to college life and the college he said. It put into perspective
application process. that we were doing our jobs.
The first week of the pro- Theyre engaged, theyre curi-
gram is primarily presenta- ous, and I think theyre starting
tions from people like admis- to think more about college
sions officers, financial aid than the average highschooler
personnel and first-generation would be in 10th or 11th grade.
college students. Students That Q&A session was
also make College Board and also one the most memorable
Common App accounts, work moments for senior Becca
on personal statement essays Kronebusch, also a mentor at
and tour UNCs campus. The Project Jumpstart. Students
second week is centered on not only remembered what
SAT and ACT prep with local her major was but asked her
tutors and education groups. questions her experience.
The idea is that (Project It just showed that they
Jumpstart) will give these were really interested in
high school students, all of going to college and pursuing
them would be first-gen, the their passions, she said.
exposure to certain resources, Kronebusch said she thinks
to the college process in the that its important for com-
United States, Foster said. munities to empower people
Most of the parents dont of all backgrounds, which is
speak English, and so its not why free programs like Project
at their disposal to just go out Jumpstart are significant.
and get the information and (Refugees) are some of
tell their kids. Americas newest immigrants
Foster said her goal isnt to the country, and I think
to convince them that college that its important that we
is the best path, but to open empower them and show
that option to the students if them that we really are there
they want it. to support them, she said.
I dont want them to feel Its really just to empower
like its not an option, either minorities in America.
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Construction from UNC s song of the summer?

this summer Compiled by Leah Moore and Karyn

Little Wing by Jimi Hendrix

Will Weaver
Sophomore Pre-business major

All Night by Chance The Rapper

Zoe Hambley
First-year journalism major

DTH/NICHOLAS BAFIA Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran

Construction is taking place near the Hanes Art Center and Ackland Art Museum on UNCs campus.

An update on the Hopefully it will done by the time school

construction projects gets started Jake De Vries
from this summer. Joe Lancellotti
First-year student
First year graduate student

By Nic Rardin and Tallman

Boyd organize the construction doing.
Assistant University editor and sites around those areas while Despite the ongoing
staff writer they are open. construction at the Pit and
The work being done South Road, first-year Joe Shape of You by Ed Sheeran
Throughout the summer, around the Pit does not Lancellotti said the work has
construction workers have seem to have a serious not been a significant disrup-
been updating and repair- impact on some students tion while hes on campus.
ing UNCs infrastructure daily routines and com- It doesnt seem to be as
across campus to make the mutes to-and-from calls. big as an impact, but hope-
University more accessible Philosophy Ph.D. graduate fully it will done by the time Ami Zou
and safe. student Eric Sampson said school gets started, he said. Junior computer science and math major
The Pit and South Road he doesnt mind the work Davis Library is also seeing
have been undergoing con- being done. some serious renovations as
struction this summer for Its mildly annoying, but the staff prepares to install
renovations such as replant- I understand why they are new fire safety measures.
ing new trees and smoothing doing it and I just saw them Fire sprinklers are being
over pavement to prevent laying down brand new brick installed throughout the Our pick: Hard Times by Paramore
walking hazards. and it looks really good, library, which has resulted in
The Pits construction is Sampson said. Im glad the closing of several areas
part of a project that started theyre doing it during the while crew remove ceiling
last summer and costs $2.3 summer rather than when tiles.
million, but the costs are more people are here. Its a Director of Library
necessary to create more spa- mild nuisance, but its noth- Communications Judith Karyn Hladik-Brown
cious and smooth pathways, ing terrible. Panitch said the project will The Daily Tar Heels Arts & Entertainment editor
said Anna Wu, associate vice The work being done on be ongoing until 2019 and
chancellor for facilities ser- South Road, managed by the will be done in rotations
vices. UNC Facilities Services, is a throughout the coming school
The lower level of the Pit, more complicated construc- year.
the ramp into that was not tion site. It will either be a floor
compliant. So we wanted to Keith Snead, the con- or a part of a floor thats
make access to the lower level struction manager for the closed off, she said. But
of the Pit meet the current
(Americans with Disabilities
Act) requirements and make
that accessible to all of our
South Road project, said the
pipelines from South Road
to Wilson Library are out-
dated and are undergoing
when thats closed off, well
ask people to place a request
and we can retrieve them for
students and to those who repairs. Panitch said Davis Library
have mobility impairments, All this work is 10 to will not close a a result of the
Wu said. 15 feet below the surface, construction and students
Wu said she believed it Snead said. Anything steam- will still have access to all
related has to do with heat-

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1. Ride a full circle of the P2P route 2. Play in the fountain at Bynum Circle 3. Explore Wilson Librarys Rare Book Collection 4. Actually save 10 receipts at the Yogurt Pump (a.k.a.

YoPo) 5. Eat Drunchies at Lindas on Franklin Street 6. Drink from the Old Well on the first day of classes 7. Eat a cheddar-chicken biscuit at Time Out after 2 a.m. 8. Wear a witty/
slutty group costume for Halloween on Franklin Street 9. Become a member of Local 506 and see a show 10. Eat lunch at the counter of Suttons Drug Store 11. Go stargazing in
Kenan Stadium 12. Pull an all-nighter in the UL 13. Get covered in paint at the Holi celebration on Hooker Fields 14. Listen to the Pit Preacher and argue back 15. Sunbathe on Polk
Place 16. Cafe Carrboro: Have a crepe and a cocktail at Cafe Carrboro. 17. Hula hoop at Weaver Street Market 18. Tweet at a UNC varsity athlete 19. Play a round of golf at the
Finley Golf Course 20. Buy something you dont need at a table in the Pit 21. Get ice cream at Maple View Farms in Carrboro 22. Visit a professor during office hours and ask how
their day is going 23. Visit the Duke Botanical Gardens 24. See a star show at the Morehead Planetarium 25. Complete a DTH crossword 26. Have a snowball fight on McCorkle
Place 27. Climb the Bell Tower on Senior Day 28. Persuade your teacher to hold class outside on a sunny day 29. Get a triple shot Americano from Meantime Cafe before an exam
30. Eat, watch a movie at Silverspot Cinema, and shop like a townie at University Place. Townie (toun - e) noun: any non-student, staff or faculty member who lives in Chapel Hill or
Carrboro. 31. Find and eat at the taco truck in Carrboro 32. Sit outside Memorial Hall at night and listen to a show over the loudspeakers 33. Climb the rock wall in Rams Head

Bucket List
Recreation 34. Hang a hammock and have a picnic in the Arboretum 35. Run the stairs at Kenan Stadium 36. Go to the Carrboro farmers market and prepare a meal only from the
groceries you bought 37. Borrow cutlery and dishes from Lenoir 38. Crash a prospective student tour 39. Run or walk a 5k on campus for charity 40. Get tickets as a senior to
the UNC-Duke game 41. Order a whole Bennys Pizza and parade it back to your place of residence like a treasure 42. Walk across the Morehead Planetarium sundial on your way
to or from Franklin Street 43. Get a letter to the editor and a kvetch published in the DTH 44. Attend at least one game for every UNC sports team 45. See (or participate) in the
library streaking during finals 46. Attend a Zumba class at the SRC or Rams Head 47. Visit the basketball museum at the Dean Dome 48. Have a drink and listen to some bluegrass
at Fridays on the Front Porch at the Carolina Inn 49. See a movie hosted by CUAB at the Union 50. Play volleyball at a sand court 51. Grill some hot dogs at a residence hall grill 52.
Sit on the Davie Poplar bench with someone else 53. Play racquetball at Fetzer Gym 54. Eat a deep-fried candy bar at the State Fair 55. Swim some laps in the Bowman Gray pool
56. Stand on your feet for 24 hours with UNC Dance Marathon 57. Paint yourself blue for a football game 58. Trip on a brick while walking to or from class (bonus points if its a
rainy day) 59. Get a blue cup from Hes Not Here 60. Visit Gimghoul Castle at night 61. Fall asleep in a couch at Graham Memorial 62. Sing Hark the Sound and link arms with
a stranger at a sporting event 63. Go to Dukes campus wearing a UNC shirt 64. Watch a basketball game from the risers at the Dean Dome 65. Thank a member CDS or house-
keeping employee 66. See a movie at the Varsity Theater 67. Pit-sit for a student organization 68. Go swimming in Jordan Lake 69. Take a weekend road trip to see fall foliage in

Four years.
Asheville 70. Head eastward and lie out on the beach in Wilmington 71. Take a Maymester or Summer School class 72. Befriend a member of UNC housekeeping 73. Check out a

book from each of the eight floors of Davis Library, and stick around on the eighth floor to watch the sunset 74. Have a hot dog at the season opener at Boshamer 75. Make a gin-
gerbread house in the Great Hall during finals week 76. Order delivery from one of 30 local restaurants through Takeout Central on a rainy day. 77. Visit the N.C. General Assembly
building in Raleigh - and then cross the street to check out the science and history museums 78. Play basketball in Woollen Gym 79. Feed a squirrel on campus 80. Participate in a
football tailgate 81. Introduce yourself and ask for a selfie with to Carol Folt 82. Work on an election campaign for student government 83. Memorize the words to James Taylors
Carolina In My Mind 84. Go to a Clef Hangers concert 85. Sign your friend up for clubs at Fall Fest without their knowledge 86. Make money by participating in a research
study on campus 87. Get a parking ticket and appeal it 88. Have your picture taken with Rameses 89. Take a random pass/fail class outside your major(s) with your friends and
enjoy learning something new. 90. Paint a cube in the Pit 91. Read an issue of each student publication 92. Go to a UNC Board of Trustees meeting at the Carolina Inn 93. Eat one
of everything off the menu at Alpine Bagels 94. Go dancing at Goodfellows 95. Attend a Durham Bulls game and buy a baseball cap 96. Peruse the ties for sale at Julians on Frank-
lin 97. Win an intramural championship T-shirt 98. Go to a Green Games event at your residence hall - a Carolina tradition for 23 years! 99. Take a walk across campus early in the
morning before anyone else is awake 100. Rush Franklin after beating Dook and run all the way there from the Dean Dome 1. Ride a full circle of the P2P route 2. Play in the
fountain at Bynum Circle 3. Explore Wilson Librarys Rare Book Collection 4. Actually save 10 receipts at the Yogurt Pump (a.k.a. YoPo) 5. Eat Drunchies at Lindas on Franklin Street
6. Drink from the Old Well on the first day of classes 7. Eat a cheddar-chicken biscuit at Time Out after 2 a.m. 8. Wear a witty/slutty group costume for Halloween on Franklin Street
9. Become a member of Local 506 and see a show 10. Eat lunch at the counter of Suttons Drug Store 11. Go stargazing in Kenan Stadium 12. Pull an all-nighter in the UL 13. Get
covered in paint at the Holi celebration on Hooker Fields 14. Listen to the Pit Preacher and argue back 15. Sunbathe on Polk Place 16. Cafe Carrboro: Have a crepe and a cocktail at
Cafe Carrboro. 17. Hula hoop at Weaver Street Market 18. Tweet at a UNC varsity athlete 19. Play a round of golf at the Finley Golf Course 20. Buy something you dont need at
a table in the Pit 21. Get ice cream at Maple View Farms in Carrboro 22. Visit a professor during office hours and ask how their day is going 23. Visit the Duke Botanical Gardens
24. See a star show at the Morehead Planetarium 25. Complete a DTH crossword 26. Have a snowball fight on McCorkle Place 27. Climb the Bell Tower on Senior Day 28. Persuade
your teacher to hold class outside on a sunny day 29. Get a triple shot Americano from Meantime Cafe before an exam 30. Eat, watch a movie at Silverspot Cinema, and shop like
a townie at University Place. Townie (toun - e) noun: any non-student, staff or faculty member who lives in Chapel Hill or Carrboro. 31. Find and eat at the taco truck in Carrboro 32.
Sit outside Memorial Hall at night and listen to a show over the loudspeakers 33. Climb the rock wall in Rams Head Recreation 34. Hang a hammock and have a picnic in the Arbo-
retum 35. Run the stairs at Kenan Stadium 36. Go to the Carrboro farmers market and prepare a meal only from the groceries you bought 37. Borrow cutlery and dishes from

Lenoir 38. Crash a prospective student tour 39. Run or walk a 5k on campus for charity 40. Get tickets as a senior to the UNC-Duke game 41. Order a whole Bennys Pizza and
parade it back to your place of residence like a treasure 42. Walk across the Morehead Planetarium sundial on your way to or from Franklin Street 43. Get a letter to the editor and
a kvetch published in the DTH 44. Attend at least one game for every UNC sports team 45. See (or participate) in the library streaking during finals 46. Attend a Zumba class at the
SRC or Rams Head 47. Visit the basketball museum at the Dean Dome 48. Have a drink and listen to some bluegrass at Fridays on the Front Porch at the Carolina Inn 49. See a
movie hosted by CUAB at the Union 50. Play volleyball at a sand court 51. Grill some hot dogs at a residence hall grill 52. Sit on the Davie Poplar bench with someone else 53.
Play racquetball at Fetzer Gym 54. Eat a deep-fried candy bar at the State Fair 55. Swim some laps in the Bowman Gray pool 56. Stand on your feet for 24 hours with UNC Dance
Marathon 57. Paint yourself blue for a football game 58. Trip on a brick while walking to or from class (bonus points if its a rainy day) 59. Get a blue cup from Hes Not Here 60.
Visit Gimghoul Castle at night 61. Fall asleep in a couch at Graham Memorial 62. Sing Hark the Sound and link arms with a stranger at a sporting event 63. Go to Dukes campus

Getting into UNC is hard.

wearing a UNC shirt 64. Watch a basketball game from the risers at the Dean Dome 65. Thank a member CDS or housekeeping employee 66. See a movie at the Varsity Theater
67. Pit-sit for a student organization 68. Go swimming in Jordan Lake 69. Take a weekend road trip to see fall foliage in Asheville 70. Head eastward and lie out on the beach in
Wilmington 71. Take a Maymester or Summer School class 72. Befriend a member of UNC housekeeping 73. Check out a book from each of the eight floors of Davis Library, and
stick around on the eighth floor to watch the sunset 74. Have a hot dog at the season opener at Boshamer 75. Make a gingerbread house in the Great Hall during finals week 76.

Getting all of it is harder.

Order delivery from one of 30 local restaurants through Takeout Central on a rainy day. 77. Visit the N.C. General Assembly building in Raleigh - and then cross the street to check
out the science and history museums 78. Play basketball in Woollen Gym 79. Feed a squirrel on campus 80. Participate in a football tailgate 81. Introduce yourself and ask for a
selfie with to Carol Folt 82. Work on an election campaign for student government 83. Memorize the words to James Taylors Carolina In My Mind 84. Go to a Clef Hangers
concert 85. Sign your friend up for clubs at Fall Fest without their knowledge 86. Make money by participating in a research study on campus 87. Get a parking ticket and appeal

Start now.
it 88. Have your picture taken with Rameses 89. Take a random pass/fail class outside your major(s) with your friends and enjoy learning something new. 90. Paint a cube in the Pit
91. Read an issue of each student publication 92. Go to a UNC Board of Trustees meeting at the Carolina Inn 93. Eat one of everything off the menu at Alpine Bagels 94. Go danc-
ing at Goodfellows 95. Attend a Durham Bulls game and buy a baseball cap 96. Peruse the ties for sale at Julians on Franklin 97. Win an intramural championship T-shirt 98. Go
to a Green Games event at your residence hall - a Carolina tradition for 23 years! 99. Take a walk across campus early in the morning before anyone else is awake 100. Rush Frank-
lin after beating Dook and run all the way there from the Dean Dome 1. Ride a full circle of the P2P route 2. Play in the fountain at Bynum Circle 3. Explore Wilson Librarys Rare
Book Collection 4. Actually save 10 receipts at the Yogurt Pump (a.k.a. YoPo) 5. Eat Drunchies at Lindas on Franklin Street 6. Drink from the Old Well on the first day of classes 7.
Eat a cheddar-chicken biscuit at Time Out after 2 a.m. 8. Wear a witty/slutty group costume for Halloween on Franklin Street 9. Become a member of Local 506 and see a show 10.
Eat lunch at the counter of Suttons Drug Store 11. Go stargazing in Kenan Stadium 12. Pull an all-nighter in the UL 13. Get covered in paint at the Holi celebration on Hooker Fields
14. Listen to the Pit Preacher and argue back 15. Sunbathe on Polk Place 16. Cafe Carrboro: Have a crepe and a cocktail at Cafe Carrboro. 17. Hula hoop at Weaver Street Market
18. Tweet at a UNC varsity athlete 19. Play a round of golf at the Finley Golf Course 20. Buy something you dont need at a table in the Pit 21. Get ice cream at Maple View Farms

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Mayor wants Q&A with DTH NCAA

Silent Sam moved coverage team Six years and three notices
of allegations came to a head
this month in Nashville, where
UNC attended an NCAA
hearing to defend themselves
against five allegations leveled
by committee on infractions.
But the events of the hearing
were closed to the public, and
reporters waited in a hallway
outside of the hearing for two
days to catch a glimpse of what
was going on behind closed
doors. Editor-in-chief Tyler
Fleming spoke to The Daily Tar
Heels Nashville team James
Tatter, assistant sports editor,
and Nathan Klima, photo edi-
tor to find out what it was
like covering the hearing. DTH FILE/NATHAN KLIMA
UNC Chancellor Carol Folt walks with Mark Merritt through the
Tyler Fleming: Sitting outside Opreyland Conference Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
a door for large periods of
time what did you do when Nathan Klima: Yeah, espe- before we know, but that was
people came out? Was there cially with the lack of access. what everyones been waiting
DTH FILE/WYATT MCNAMERA any announcement, or was it Because essentially they had for.
Chapel Hill mayor Pam Hemminger wrote a letter urging the removal of the Silent Sam statue. people just walking out? us roped off in one certain
section outside the room. We TF: Whats next? What do we
By Tyler Fleming work with the town to do needs to be moved for its own James Tatter: Yeah, you had couldnt even go around to get wait for, what do we want to
Editor-in-chief everything possible to pro- protection but it may not a bunch of reporters sitting different angles. So we essen- hear and when can we expect
tect the safety of our campus be that simple. in this hallway outside the tially just walked around and a response?
Chapel Hill mayor Pam and the community, Joanne This circumstance cer- Magnolia Ballroom. Any time watched what they did.
Hemminger sent a letter Peters Denny, director of tainly calls for the University that you saw the security guys JT: So right now, the NCAA
to Chancellor Carol Folt media relations for UNC, said to be able to take the proac- lifting the ropes it meant TF: What was the context of committee on infractions is
asking UNC to take down in a text message. tive step of removing the stat- someone was coming out of this? Why was it that impor- I dont know if its neces-
Silent Sam a monument Currently North Carolina ue from harms way. Indeed, the door and you would just tant that you all went to sarily today, but over the next
to Confederate soldiers on law prevents removal of asking for permission to do see a rush. Everyone pulled Nashville? few weeks theyll be huddled
UNCs campus. monuments from public so is entirely consistent with out their iPhones, all the in a room going over all these
Hemminger made the letter property, but Hemminger the purpose of the statute and camera guys would mount JT: What was going on in that documents, going over all
public on the Town of Chapel says there might be a way to the mission of the Historical their cameras. Didnt mat- room is what everyones been this testimony and deciding
Hills website on Aug. 18. remove Silent Sam if the N.C. Commission, Hemminger ter who it is, we wanted to wondering for the past six how strong UNCs case is
I am writing to request Historical Commission gives said. get a shot of it. You never years: what exactly did the and how strong the NCAA
that UNC petition the permission due to the threats Yet, under the law knew whether it was going University of North Carolina enforcement branchs case is,
North Carolina Historical facing the statue. Hemminger sites in the letter, to be Roy (Williams) or the do wrong in the NCAAs weighing those. Ultimately
Commission to have the The object of the statute makes special provisions for person that had just brought eyes and whats a prosecut- they have the opportunity to
statue of Silent Sam removed is to protect the monuments an object of remembrance in lunch. Everyone wanted able offense and ultimately dismiss charges against the
immediately from its cur- located on public property. which Silent Sam is con- to get shots. We were lucky, what is the penalty that the University but also add more
rent location on campus The statute acknowledges sidered to be. Nathan we were figuring University will face for these charges to these five that have
and placed in storage, that there may be times when An object of remembrance out what staircase they were offenses? So the University already been levied. And so
Hemminger wrote. a political subdivision of the located on public prop- coming in and out of, so we had the chance to present theyre going to decide which
While student organiza- state, such as the University, is erty may not be permanently got some good exclusive shots their case through docu- charges theyre actually going
tions have called for Silent required to take appropriate removed and may only be from that direction, which is ments and through testimony to prosecute and what the
Sam to be removed for years, measures to preserve a monu- relocated, whether temporar- what went on the front pack to the NCAA committee on penalty for those will be, on
Hemminger joins many other ment, Hemminger wrote. ily or permanently, under the (on August 18). infractions and they were in what they did find UNC guilty
voices calling for the statue Hemminger says that given circumstances listed in this there for more than 12 hours and not guilty of. Then theyre
to be removed from a place threats to further demolish subsection, the law states. TF: So do you think that was making their case, which just going to create a report, and
of prominence on UNCs Confederate statues were This story will be updated the most beneficial, trying to shows you the amount of con- as I said, Stacey Osborne of
campus following violence in made following the destruc- with additional comments find the places that werent tent they had to go through the NCAA gave us a timeline
Charlottesville last weekend. tion of a Confederate statue from UNC and Chapel Hill as necessarily the meeting room to prove themselves against of 60 to 90 days before we
We have received the let- in Durham, UNC could make they are made available. but where they were outside, these five allegations. So its will get that report and the
ter and will continue to to the case that Silent Sam just around Nashville? going to take 60 to 90 days summary press release.

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