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Windsor, a year after Matthew Your next


The small manicure
town had a
long road to
might do
recovering you harm
from flooding Duke study links nail
By Bailey Aldridge and Becca Heilman polish and household
Assistant State & National Editors
items to infertility.
Nearly one year after Hurricane
Matthew devastated the small town By Keely Hendricks
of Windsor, the area has made sig- Staff Writer
nificant repairs but it still has a
long way to go. Nail polish and other house-
After flooding from Tropical hold objects could be causing
Storm Julia, Hurricane Matthew hit fertility problems, according
Windsor 13 days later in October to a new Duke University and
2016. The Cashie River overflowed, Harvard University study.
which led to severe flooding that left Researchers at the two
many homes and some businesses universities found that flame
beyond repair. retardant chemicals in com-
Its been a nightmare trying to mon products, such as nail pol-
separate what damage was done in ish and upholstered furniture,
each event, Windsor Mayor James could pose risks to womens
Hoggard said. You couldnt always fertility.
do it really. We pretty much weath- The study showed increased
ered the storm, and weve had a exposure to these chemicals
number of things happen really in was linked to adverse results in
the last couple months. In Vitro Fertilization, which is
Eleven months later, all but two when an egg is fertilized outside
businesses have returned, but many of the body.
residents are still left without suit- Researchers took the archived
able housing. urine samples of 211 women
Sandrika Freeman, a UNC first- who had participated in IVF
year from Windsor, said she was treatments and analyzed them
without power for three days when for concentrations of organo-
the storm first hit although some phosphate flame-retardants,
people lacked power for much longer. called PFRs.
A couple businesses have moved According to the study,
PHOTO COURTESY OF SCOTT SAUER the more a woman had been
SEE WINDSOR, PAGE 5 Residents of Windsor, NC and surrounding Bertie County faced difficult clean-up after two successive floods in 2016.
SEE NAIL POLISH, PAGE 5

NC laws send child marriage rates above average


In North Carolina, past. She was shocked at what
the report found.
Smoot said using census
data, as Pew did, can mis-
already married in that age
range or younger and
5.4 per 1,000 people Our jaws dropped and our
stomachs clenched to see how
represent the actual number
of married minors, since the
were divorced by the time of
the survey, or people who are
marry before 18. many minors were getting census asks the respondent 18 to 19 now, but married ini-
married, how young some of if they are married without tially at those younger ages.
By Natalie Short them were and what some asking for any documented In Smoots study, data
Staff Writer of the age differences were proof. She said young people was gathered from 38 states
between the parties, she said. could report they are married that held records of mar-
Although census data The Pew Research Center religiously or culturally but riage licenses, but Smoot
shows child marriages in also released a study that said may not have gone through said North Carolina hadnt
the United States are rare, a the national average for 15- to the civil procedure of obtain- maintained statewide data on
report by the Tahirih Justice 17-year-olds married is 4.6 per ing a marriage license. issued marriage licenses.
Center shows varying state 1,000 people in this age group. It may be over-inclusive So it wasnt like there was
laws directly contribute to The rate of child marriage of people that didnt get mar- any cache of this information
minors getting legally married. in North Carolina is slightly ried under the civil laws of sitting in already coded data-
Jeanne Smoot, senior higher at 5.4 per 1,000. West North Carolina, she said. bases, she said.
counsel for policy and strat- Virginia is the highest with 7.1 But its also under-inclusive John Miskey, a family law-
egy at the Tahirih Justice per 1,000. The national aver- in that its only gauging how yer in Chapel Hill, said he has
Center and author of the age for 18- to 19-year-olds get- many 15- to 17-year-olds they never heard of a case of child
report, said she assumed child ting married is much higher, at estimate were married and
marriages were a thing of the about 18 per 1,000. not how many people were SEE MARRIAGE, PAGE 5

Los Trompos art installation drove dialogue on public space


The Mexico-inspired Cadena noticed a problem
that they wanted to solve.
their bright Mexican culture.
Now, they have shared their
brought as a part of our effort
to enliven the facade of the
art installation spins They saw how the majority
of people were not engaging
creation with different com-
munities across the country.
Ackland, said Allison Portnow
Lathrop, public programs
to a stop on Sunday. with the museum and the They were conceptualized manager for the Ackland.
large outdoor space that was to be put in public space, not In fact, the Ackland direc-
By Rachel Jensen open to the public. as objects of art, but as objects tor, Katie Ziglar, has been
Staff Writer People were afraid of cul- producing human interac- implementing new initiatives
ture, Cadena said. tion, Cadena said. In a way, it at the museum to draw more
Mexican designers Hctor A solution for this prob- comes alive when you use it. public attention. The initia-
Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena lem? The colorful installation This may ring true, espe- tives include giving a taste of
see themselves more as prob- almost identical to that which cially for UNC students who the art outside the museum
lem solvers than designers. has been on the front steps of were present on campus and featuring more works by
On Thursday, in a public the Ackland since the spring. when the installation arrived. living artists and designers.
talk held at the Ackland Art Esrawe and Cadena spent For sophomore Hannah Levy, Despite all the benefits that
Museum in conjunction with about six months working Los Trompos was an appre- Los Trompos has brought to
the Arts Everywhere initiative, on the first iteration of Los ciated addition to campus life. campus, the installation was DTH/ABIGAIL ODEN
Cadena explained how the Trompos, which included 30 School is hard, classes are always designed to be tempo- Architect Ignacio Cadena presents Los Trompos, pieces that have
pair find inspiration in human pieces, for the High Museum. hard, thats fine, but just take a rary. Students should plan to been on display since March, at Ackland Art Museum on Sept. 14.
interaction, nature and scien- The name itself, Los minute and be a kid, Levy said. take a last swing before the
tific innovation. They apply Trompos, translates to the In addition to being part pieces are removed Sunday. solving the problem that Mi Casa, Your Casa and La
this inspiration to solve the spinning tops, and the cre- of the Arts Everywhere ini- If students enjoyed Los Cadena and Esrawe wit- Musidora, which is currently
problems of their clients. ators visualized the concept tiative, Los Trompos was Trompos, Cadena recom- nessed firsthand in Atlanta. at the Denver Art Museum in
When working with the as a metaphor for a toy. brought to campus for a more mends that they continue They suggest looking into Denver, Colorado.
High Museum of Art in Esrawe and Cadena drew specific purpose. interacting with the culture some of their other cultural @racheljensen21
Atlanta, Georgia, Esrawe and inspiration for the colors from The installation was around them to continue interactive works including arts@dailytarheel.com

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Exhibit brings Ukrainian culture to UNC
By Ashley Mills opportunity to publicize these
Established 1893 Staff Writer cultural aspects so that the
124 years of editorial freedom students, faculty and visitors
The rich cultural history of would have an opportunity to
TYLER FLEMING
Ukraine has found its way into appreciate that.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
North Carolina through art. Many community members
EDITOR@DAILYTARHEEL.COM
A partnership between contributed to the exhibit,
JESSICA SWANSON the Ukrainian Association of loaning costumes and embroi-
MANAGING EDITOR North Carolina and The Center dery pieces. All the paintings
MANAGING.EDITOR@DAILYTARHEEL.COM for Slavic, Eurasian and East were done by local Ukrainian
RACHEL JONES European Studies has brought artist Olena Zintchouk.
ONLINE MANAGING EDITOR the folk arts an opportunity Zintchouks paintings show-
ONLINE@DAILYTARHEEL.COM to be showcased in Image of case both modern and tradi-
Ukraine: Exploring Ukrainian tional Petrykivka painting.
COREY RISINGER
Culture through Embroidery According to Ingrid Smith,
DIRECTOR OF ENTERPRISE
and Painting. events and exhibitions man-
ENTERPRISE@DAILYTARHEEL.COM
The exhibit, covering ager at the FedEx Global
KIANA COLE three floors of the FedEx Education Center, the paint-
DIRECTOR OF PROJECTS AND Global Education Center, brushes used to create the
INVESTIGATIONS features two forms of paintings are made from cat
SPECIAL.PROJECTS@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Ukrainian art: yyshyvka fur, and the style evolved from
LEAH ASMELASH and Petrykivka. Vyshyvka is paintings on houses.
UNIVERSITY EDITOR a form of embroidery and The painting was used to
UNIVERSITY@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Petrykivka is a painting style ward against evil spirits, and
named for the city it was was done around doorframes, DTH/ASHLEY MILLS
REBECCA AYERS developed in. Smith said. The idea was that Over a year after the exhibitions first conception, Image of Ukraine: Exploring Ukrainian Culture
CITY EDITOR This exhibit has been a the evil spirits would be pre- through Embroidery and Painting is now on display at the FedEx Global Education Center.
CITY@DAILYTARHEEL.COM long time in the making, Vice vented from going inside the
ANA IRIZARRY President of the Ukrainian house, and it evolved to paint- Europe and has become very ern and western Ukraine. European Studies, Adnan
STATE & NATIONAL EDITOR Association of North Carolina ing on canvas. popular in the high fashion Its a unique exhibit that Dumhur. This is really a
STATE@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Oleh Wolowyna said. While Petrykivka evolved end, Wolowyna said. Quite really illustrates a serious grassroots effort. Its really all
This idea came half a from painting on houses to a few stars in Hollywood and dedication from the local communal.
KARYN HLADIK-BROWN year ago, to try to organize canvases, vyshyvka has grown royalty in Europe have been Ukrainian community and Image of Ukraine is on dis-
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR this exhibit about Ukraine from a folk art form into some- wearing the expressions in introducing their culture in play until Dec. 8 at the FedEx
ARTS@DAILYTARHEEL.COM thing more in recent years.
embroidery and painting, the high fashion form. a way thats meaningful to Global Center, open from 8
CHAPEL FOWLER Wolowyna said, The Center It is now commonly worn in The outfits displayed in them A lot of what youre a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays
SPORTS EDITOR for Slavic, Eurasian and Europe and around the world. Image of Ukraine are more seeing is sincere commu- and select Saturdays from 8
SPORTS@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Eastern European Studies In recent years embroi- traditional, worn for reli- nity effort, said Associate a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
COLE DEL CHARCO and the FedEx Global Center dery caught the imagination gious and historical activi- Director of The Center for @lookingforashes
AUDIO EDITOR thought it would be a good of the fashion industry in ties and reflecting both east- Slavic, Eurasian and East arts@dailytarheel.com
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Students threaten to sue UNC if Silent Sam stays


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NATHAN KLIMA
By Cy Neff taken down. The letter cites Chancellor Carol Folt. that our feelings are justi- University and the state for
PHOTO EDITOR violations to Titles VI and IV Im certainly pleased fied and real, signee Rimel nearly 100 years should be
Staff Writer
PHOTO@DAILYTARHEEL.COM of the Civil Rights Act. with the fact that I saw UNC Mwamba said. dismantled, should be taken
SARAH LUNDGREN, UNC officials are pay- The letter was sent by spokesmen say that UNC offi- Campus Y Co-chair and down, Brennen said. And
ing attention to a letter that lawyer Hampton Dellinger cials would consider the letter letter signee Courtney Staton it definitely starts with tak-
KAREN STAHL
states that the University will to UNC Systems President and the information that we pointed to taking down Silent ing down monuments to the
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behalf, Dellinger said. addressing systemic racism Mwamba also had specific
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Mail and Office: 151 E. Rosemary St. CORRECTIONS to Silent Sam as a threat to Its not just Silent Sam. symbolism of the statue itself,
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News, Features, Sports, 962-0245 Massenburg as Southern inaccurate information pub- statue violates federal anti- Rights, Staton said. This isnt particularly just
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Please report suspicious activity at athletic director. The Daily Tar Editorial corrections will be environment. member of The Daily Tar for what in what, right? So
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dth@dailytarheel.com Paul Maloneys correct title is the letter felt removing Silent who supports the letter on it; I think thats the issue,
committed on the Opinion
2012 DTH Media Corp. Vice President, Stores, Barnes Sam would show that the Facebook felt the letter Mwamba said. You cant
Page have corrections print-
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also are noted in the online safety of people of color. ment throughout the UNC These were just students who
versions of our stories. Taking that down is a way community. fought for what they believed
for them to show us that they (Students protest Silent in. Thats one thing, but you
Contact Managing Editor are listening, not just hearing Sam) to put a stake in the have to also look at what was it
Jessica Swanson at manag- us, but that they are actually ground that institutional that they believed in, or what
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Established 1893, 124 years of editorial freedom


QUOTE OF THE DAY
EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERS
Its not just Silent Sam the people who
TYLER FLEMING EDITOR, 962-4086 OR EDITOR@DAILYTARHEEL.COM
EMILY YUE OPINION EDITOR, OPINION@DAILYTARHEEL.COM WILL PARKER ALEC DENT SYDNEY PEREGOY SAVANNAH are sitting in at Silent Sam are also educating
ZAYNAB NASIF ASSISTANT OPINION EDITOR
FAITH NEWSOME
ELIZA FILENE
CAT RYU
DEVON JOHNSON
SID IYER
DRAKE BUXTON
FAIRCLOTH
CHRIS DAHLIE
people about the Center for Civil Rights
NICK MCKENZIE PARKER BARTH GABY NAIR ASIA CHANCE
Courtney Staton, on the lawsuit over Silent Sam
EDITORIAL CARTOON ILU P2P By Emily Yue, emyue@live.unc.edu
FEATURED ONLINE READER COMMENT
I am convinced that one of the stages teens
go through is the Messiah Stage, where they
Evana Bodiker feel that only they can detect injustice
Mistress of Quirk
Senior English and religious studies
marcedward, on the removed political banners from Peabody Hall
major from Concord, N.C.
Email: evanab@live.unc.edu
LETTERS TO
Kvetching board
Wear THE EDITOR
Preemptive violence kvetch: v.1 (Yiddish) to
what from the left is wrong
TO THE EDITOR:
complain
The Daily Tar Heels

works Is preemptive violence


against hate speech justified?
Last night I was walking
kvetching board is a com-
munity forum for anony-
mous complaints, con-

for you
to Franklin Street, and heard cerns and comments. We
someone yell, White Power! run them every Friday!
from Silent Sam. I finished
my trip, and then walked THE BEVEL ON THIS NEW

T
he athleisure look over to talk to the small group BRICK IN FRONT OF THE UL
used to baffle me. As of people around the statue. IS WRONG
a first year, I remem- EDITORIAL I found a cohort of people
surrounding two young men
also the bike racks are
ber being shocked at how

A love letter to the P2P


gone
many women wore oversized sitting siting on the base of
the statue. The two young I didnt say anything about
shirts that covered their Nike the construction when it
shorts. men asked how I felt about
the statue, so I proceeded to was isolated to Hamilton,
I thought the look kind Hanes Art Center and the
of resembled a lamp shade. We have all kinds what makes a P2P ride
special.
through laughter.
And while that line near
draw parallels between the
monument and HBCUs. front of the UL, but now
I didnt understand the
look everyone seemed to be of treasured Part of your charm the front of your buses is Namely, that not everyone
who supported HBCUs were
that the prime time study
spots in Davis are closed I
stems from the context of always tightly enforced,
wearing. Was it a matter of memories with you. your routes and riders. normal social conventions
explicitly racist, but we have cant stay silent anymore.

D
convenience? An easy class- to recognize that it is mired Giving people with meal
to-gym outfit? ear P2P, You are the major car- about personal space dis- in racism. plans plus swipes have
Four years later, the trend 25 years ago, rier from the desert of solve on a busy P2P night. While we were discussing made the lines at Bottom
is extant and I still dont you came into this South Campus weekend Which is sort of freeing. the merit of my argument, or Lenoir TOO LONG. I long
really get it, but believe me, world, and its been a little activities to the relative But sweaty. a group of students arrived for the days when getting
Ive worn it too over the brighter since. oasis of Franklin Street. Perhaps the best thing and began to accost the a 2 item sampler took 15
semesters. Technically, youre just So, while not everyone about you, P2P, is that you young men with homopho- minutes, not 50.
I am not judging athlei- a well-deployed bus ser- riding on one of your constantly try to improve bic slurs, vulgar language, ALS IS CLOSED ON SUN-
sure. In fact, I fully support vice for UNC students buses on a Friday night is yourself. and physically violent stanc- DAYS.
it. Ive realized during my and employees, but in going to exactly the same When you were born in es; namely, standing over
them in an aggressive man- (Obligatory Daily-Tar-Heel-
time at UNC how many our hearts youre so much place, almost everyone is 1992, you only had a small more-like-Tri-Weekly-Tar-
ner. I asked them to refrain
assumptions can be made more. going toward fun. fleet of vans. As a preco- Heel-riiiiiight? kvetch)
from aggressive behavior.
just on the basis of what you You are to us like the Moreover, the bulk of cious one-year old, howev- They then began to yell Finding out necessary
wear. stars were to ancient your occupants on such a er, you listened to student at me saying, Shut up and information for post-grad
Of course, this goes back mariners, coming out night are first-years, and government recommen- leave. No one wants to hear is necessary, but its also
to every mom ever saying, every night (except breaks, some potion is spilled dations and expanded to what you have to say. Youre stressful......
Dont judge a book by its University holidays, when over from their cauldrons include a fixed route. just a white male who cant
To the person who I was
cover, but at the same time, the residence halls are (freshly brewed with new Youve only continued understand racism. Mind
supposed to co-present
no one ever listens to that. closed or other cursed college relationships and to grow and change up to you, I am a mixed race per-
with for class who bailed
When you see people on times) to help us reach our dreams) onto you. the present day, replac- son who is white-passing,
cause they didnt feel
campus and check out their destinations. All this magic means ing worn-out old buses and come from a multi-eth-
good and then I saw you
clothes, its so easy to make From pre-game to party, the normal muggle rules this year with new ones, nic family. I have also been
macking with a girl in the
assumptions. Oh, shes informed that inviting these
from dorm room to YoPo, dont apply when riding and adding a fixed route pit at lunch time, cover
definitely in a sorority, you people to debate the state-
from study lounge to late- with you, fey ferry. by Baity Hill Graduate & your drink...cause first
ment at the beginning of this
might think when you see a night restaurant, you get When someone pukes Family Housing. chance i get i am going to
letter makes me racist.
girl in the classic athleisure us there safely and hap- in the regular world, for Its our deep wish that spit in it.
I want to note that the
combo. pily. example, its a disgusting as you keep changing two young men explicitly To sororities...when I can
Upon seeing someone The truth behind that inconvenience. over the next 25 years stated that they just wanted hear your collective screams
in a band T-shirt with The second adverb is due in When someone pukes you remember to stay to prove that the left is vio- two blocks away, it is time
Smiths on it and start cata- large part to the legendary on one of your buses, its wonderful. lent. SMH. to slow your roll a bit.
loging that persons music kindness of your drivers, the makings of an instant Love, Hopscotch, can we do
tastes. We all categorize; but that kindness alone epic about community Corry Dauderman a Hopscotch Jr., Chapel
were human. cant totally account for solidarity and triumph The Editorial Board Junior Hill edition? Cause after
Last November I started Biomedical and health growing up in Raleigh, I
working out every day. I science engineering just cant be bothered to

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had to in order to manage rub elbows with all the
my cystic fibrosis. Working Preemptive violence hipsters back there...
out made me face a dif- from the left is wrong Hey BOG, just because
ficult choice: carry my gym Maggie is not being your
clothes with all the con- TO THE EDITOR:
tents of my back pack, or A weekly collection of hot takes from the opinion desk As a former editorial
Toby doesnt mean you get
to change all the rules to
board member, I was taken
do the unthinkable: Wear your liking. Its called in-
aback by the recent The
Athleisure. #TruIsaGayBar Polite professors R u down 4 archives tegrity, and its the newest
Institute of Politics is more
Some days, like any rea- adult thing...look into it.
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And hey, I survived. I customized ulty who reach good job of to attack the fundamental phobia of clowns, and
know looking at me you sandwiches and out to us when engaging with structures of the univer- you totally set that bit of
enthusiastic pa- they know there the local com- my therapy back a good
wouldnt necessarily assume trons. All these
sity that marginalize and
is an event (like munity and oppress. It must punch with decade.
I love running by the way I qualities make a bad hurricane) keeping archival the weight of the paper.
dress. the artisanal restaurant happening in your home- bikers. (not the cool kind)
I love wearing overalls; I work interesting and, dare When I penned the infa-
the perfect safe space on town! It shows that you we say, fun. Plus, they tag us mous White Men Need Safe
journalism majors
live for fall/winter when I Henderson Street. Go there view us as people instead on Twitter sometimes and it Spaces, I wanted to offend They took all the trees out
can bring out the button up/ for the fancy wooden tables of strings of numbers and makes our online managing from in front of the UL and
in order to start a conver-
sweater combo. Sometimes, and $7 cocktails, stay there poorly planned first/last editor blush. Keep on rock- Im pretty sure its causing
sation about the violence
though, my Brooks sneakers for the guaranteed gaiety of name combos in a long list ing those documents and of specific forms of white climate change.
make me feel more power- the evening to come. of PIDs and Onyens. making Rachel happy! masculinity. I dont care if I cant eat peachy gummy
ful than my favorite striped Phillips Hall is spooky. rings because theyre not
shirt (which yes, I do wear Quick Hits Write your own Protect the Center We dont need to under- vegetarian and my friends
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relaxed clothing, Ive learned time. We need you all to
even. Quick Hits dailytarheel.com. continues to misogynistic hehehe all
its alright to not wear what be bold and controversial,
men are evil.
you might consider your per- have always bring us pride to start conversations and
sonal style every day. been a space in our com- arguments. Theres no such thing as
on the opinion munity, the fact too many Animal Crossing
And it really does not mat- that it still needs defend-
ter if people start assuming page meant to be taken a David Farrow references.
little less seriously than the ing is a disappointment. Class of 17
things about you based on rest of our content. Admit- As the need for student Send your one-to-two
the way you dress. tedly, some are funnier than action grows, hopefully the sentence entries to
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you.
Sometimes, I can be
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Grant awarded to help UNC build houses


The UNC chapter of I was screaming
Habitat for Humanity and jumping and it
received $20,000. was amazing, I was
on top of the world.
By Danielle Bush Sarah Renfro
Staff Writer
UNC Habitat for HUmanity co-director
UNCs Habitat for
Humanity chapter received a ing on engaging supporters
$20,000 matching grant to as advocates for affordable
supplement its fundraising housing and having a strong
efforts toward the building of relationship with covenant
a house for a UNC health care affiliate.
worker. The club raised $32,000
Chris and his 9-year-old with its two biggest fundrais-
son, whose last name is not ers in 2016: Shack-a-Thon
mentioned for privacy rea- and the Mixed Concrete art
sons, are looking for a stable auction. Co-director of UNC
home to call their own. Any Habitiat for Humanity and
money the club raises will senior Melissa White said
be matched by State Farm, with modifications to their
Habitat for Humanitys spon- fundraising, she hopes to
sor, up to $20,000 dollars raise even more money this
all going to building Chris year.
new home. Last year we raised
Senior Sarah Renfro, UNC $11,000 with the art auc-
Habitat for Humanity co- tion, and this year were
director, said UNCs chapter hoping to do that or even
was one of two recipients of more, White said. Were
the grant out of the 150 chap- moving to a bigger venue,
ters that applied. Renfro was hopefully Great Room at PHOTO COURTESY OF MELISSA WHITE
driving back to school when (Top of the Hill) so hopefully The UNC and Orange County chapters of Habitat for Humanity began building a home for a UNC health care worker and his daughter.
she heard her chapter was that will bring in a good
selected. chunk of the $20,000. associate director of engage- recognize how important the UNC Habitat works with club, we focus on providing
I was screaming and UNCs chapter partners ment, advises UNCs chapter. issue of housing is and the Orange County because they homes for UNC staff mem-
jumping and it was amazing, with Orange County Habitat She said she is motivated and lack of affordable housing in make sure that the club is bers specifically, she said. Its
I was on top of the world, for Humanity, which will use inspired by UNCs chapter this area, Jacoby said. In funding houses for people a way for us as students to
Renfro said. the money raised to purchase every day because of their particular, how that impacts that are affiliated with the give back to a community that
Qualifications for receiving construction supplies for fresh ideas and desire to staff and employees at UNC University. already does so much for us
the matching grant included Chriss house. make a difference in their who work there every day to Only 36 percent of hous- on campus.
demonstrating the ability to Alice Jacoby, Orange community. make UNC a better place. ing in Chapel Hill is consid- @danielleeeb5
successfully fundraise, focus- County Habitat for Humanity (The students) really Renfro said she likes that ered affordable, so us as a university@dailytarheel.com

Alcohol can be served before noon on Sunday in Chapel Hill


By Mattias Miller alcohol on Sundays after 10 said the bill is particularly post-surgery and rehabilita-
Staff Writer a.m. helpful for people doing their tion.
I dont want our business- grocery shopping on Sundays. Chapel Hill Senior Planner
Chapel Hill Town Council es to be disadvantaged com- Im in church, and it would Kay Pearlstein said Signature
met to discuss special use pared to those in Carrboro or not affect me personally, but I Health Care will find out if
permits for Alpha Phi soror- the surrounding area, Town think its an issue of fairness to their application is approved
ity, Wegmans grocery store Council Member Michael businesses, she said. on Oct. 25. She also said the
and Signature Health Care Parker said. exact date for the completion
Expansion on Wednesday. He said the only reason the Special Use Permits of this addition depends on the
They also approved alcohol bill was not passed earlier was applicant, Signature Health
sales on Sunday after 10 a.m. because the Town Council Town Council discussed Care. Pearlstein also said she
wanted to discuss the dangers several special use permits estimates that the project will
Brunch Bill of high-risk drinking with including the Alpha Phi take a year to complete.
The Chapel Hill Campus & Sorority, Wegmans Grocery Signature Health Care
Town Council members Community Coalition. and the Signature Health received a traffic impact
unanimously approved the Parker said combating Care Expansion. analysis exemption because the
brunch bill and changed underage and excessive drink- The Signature Health expansion will not require add-
the current town ordinances ing should be a problem thats Care Expansion is a proposed ing new beds. Instead, double
to approve the new alcohol not only addressed on Sundays. 9,600-square foot addition occupancy rooms will be con-
sales. The change allows retail Town Council member near East Franklin Street and verted into singles, she said. DTH/MARYAM MOHAMED
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with a state permit to sell sentiments on the bill. She vide space for patients needing city@dailytarheel.com cuss special use permits and alcohol sales on Sundays.

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NAIL POLISH mats, baby products and nail
polish.
your exposure is coming from
or how to reduce it, Stapleton
body through accidental dust
indigestion.
She said although it cant
be proven that exposure to
could be highlighting the
need to be more concerned
FROM PAGE 1 Stapleton said as society said. Carignan said the study nail polish in particular is and aware of products that
exposed to these chemicals, continues to shift from using She said most products only represents women causing problems in fertility, one encounters on a daily
the less likely she was to natural products to synthetic do not have labels indicating undergoing In Vitro women undergoing IVF may basis, which is a larger issue.
have successful embryo products and electronics, whether they contain PFRs. Fertilization treatment choose to avoid painting As flame retardants become
implantation, fertilization, the concern for flammability Courtney Carignan, who but that it may apply to all their nails in case it is more and more common,
pregnancy and live birth. increases as does the need for conducted the study as a women in general. causal. consumers may find the
Heather Stapleton, flame retardants. research fellow at Harvard, Stapleton said the effect The studys findings add need to grow more and more
professor at Duke and a But avoiding PFRs isnt said in an email that washing of PFRs on the population to evidence indicating a need cautious of the chemicals
researcher in the study, easy. hands with soap and water at large is something the to reduce the use of flame that they bring into their
said PFRs can be found With many of these is a good way to reduce group at Harvard University retardants and identify safer homes.
in everyday items such as chemicals, its almost personal exposure to PFRs is interested in studying in alternatives, Carignan said. @DTHStatNat
furniture, car seats, gym impossible to know where because they can enter the the future. Stapleton said the study state@dailytarheel.com

WINDSOR houses in downtown Windsor


that are prone to flooding.
ECU geologists are plan-
ning a 50 to 100 year hydroly-
University and water protec-
tion and restoration specialist
FROM PAGE 1 Hoggard said FEMA will buy sis study along with long-term at North Carolina Sea Grant,
around Windsor and have left the house and pay the owner solutions to protect the town said her group is working on
Windsor due to flooding, she the market rate before it was from future water damage. engineering ideas to tempo-
said. Most of the damage hap- damaged by the storm. The N.C. State hydrologists are rarily store water to prevent
pened in downtown, and my town of Windsor took over studying the river to deter- flooding in Windsor. CAROLINA CONNECTIONS:
hairdresser there got flooded these lots and is now respon- mine the causes of the flood- Were kind of taking a

Daytime Enrichment
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Billy Smithwick, Windsor Hoggard said FEMA has Gavin Smith, a city and in the town evaluating dif-
fire chief during Hurricane also reimbursed the town regional planning professor ferent scenarios, how things
Matthew, said the storm
forced the town to use money
for things like police work-
ing overtime and washed out
at UNC and director of the
Hurricane Matthew Disaster
could be managed differently
that might have a potential Courses
it reserved for emergencies. sewer pipes but that the town Recovery and Resilience benefit to them in bigger
We try to allocate a certain has not yet received the full Initiative, said UNC, as part storms, she said.
amount of money each year reimbursement. of the initiative, is helping the Hoggard said the town is
for disaster because we seem Groups like NC Baptist town of Windsor in ways that doing much better than any-
to go through these pretty Men and Samaritans Purse traditional post-disaster pro- one would have expected.
regularly particularly are helping provide labor and grams do not. At least two new busi-
flooding, he said. materials for the cleanup and We have developed a set of nesses have opened since the
Smithwick said the town rebuilding, Smithwick said. conceptual plans tied to what hurricane and the flooding,
no longer has that reserve of I dont know how we the town might do with the so the bottom line is Windsor
money, which would be prob- would get the work done open space it will be creating is absolutely resilient, said
lematic if another storm were without them because basi- following the acquisition and LuAnn Joyner, spokesper-
to hit this year. cally thats free labor, he said. demolition of flood-prone son for the Vidant Bertie
You just wonder what If we had to pay construction homes, he said. Hospital. Hardworking,
you are going to do, he said. people to come in here and Smith said they are also dedicated folks have made
Where are you going to get do all this work, I dont know working to find strategies this town come back and be
that money from? where we would be. to flood-proof downtown better than ever.
The Federal Emergency UNC is currently working Windsor. @baileysaldridge
Management Agency insti- on a project involving water- Barbara Doll, a professor @beccaheilman
tuted a buyout program for proofing town buildings. of engineering at N.C. State state@dailytarheel.com

MARRIAGE to obtain a marriage license have come to the center seek- delinquency of a minor, which This fall, create, connect, and explore
with only parental consent ing help to escape a forced or would include harboring a
FROM PAGE 1 and does not require judicial child marriage. runaway. This makes it dif- in the Friday Centers Daytime
marriage being negotiated in
court in his 10 years of prac-
consent unless a child aged 14
or 15 is pregnant and wishes
There are many different
ways that parents or abusive
ficult for minors to escape and
find somewhere else to stay.
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out of 1000 people is not a susceptible to the legal pitfalls Smoot said minors face can barely be able to drive TO REGISTER:
huge number, its still fairly of not being a legal adult. particular legal and practical a car, he said. Theres that
Smoot said both immi- obstacles to escaping a mar- maturity level that people
significant.
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Taylor Fricano has thrived on change


Redshirt on Wisconsin when Daytons
Kelly Sheffield accepted the
head coaching job there.
uncle Bud passed away after a
battle with pancreatic cancer.
However, her new teammates

senior has With Wisconsins deep ros-


ter, Fricano made the decision
rallied around her. Purple is
pancreatic cancers official

flourished
to redshirt her first season. awareness color, so her team-
The following year, Fricano mates incorporated that into
played seven of a possible 112 their support.

since sets for the team. The lack of


playing time put her at a dif-
ficult crossroads.
Every single person on the
team put purple in their hair,
put purple in their shoes,
transfer I wasnt going to play,
Fricano said. My coach told
Fricano said. I gave them rib-
bons, and I said, If you want
me that. We had our end of to wear it, you can.
By Chris Hilburn-Trenkle the season meeting and he Everyone did.
Staff Writer said, If I know youre not That kind of support for
going to play, do you want me someone they didnt even
In 2007, Taylor Fricano to tell you? And I said yes, know a transfer that had
knew shed be getting blocks because he knew how impor- just come in that was prob-
on the court. She just didnt tant playing time was for me. ably one of the most meaning-
know in what sport. Fricano remembered ful moments, Fricano said.
My seventh- and eighth- Sheffield telling her just In her sophomore season,
grade basketball coach (Rick before spring break in 2014 she played in 79 sets but saw
Stocker) from junior high told that he didnt expect her to her playing time dwindle later
me to try out for the volleyball make the starting lineup in in the year. Before her junior
team, she said. I was like, the fall. year, head coach Joe Sagula
No, Im bad. So I was like Alright, lets asked Fricano to switch from
After getting cut from the start looking, Fricano said. opposite hitter to middle
volleyball team in seventh and Once she decided to reopen hitter, a position she hadnt
eighth grade, she felt even her recruitment process, it played since high school.
more sure that her talents did wasnt clear that she would Some athletes have trouble
not lie on the volleyball court. land in Chapel Hill. making such a drastic switch,
Stocker still wasnt convinced. I honestly did not think I but Fricano flourished. She
I told him, I am a basket- was going to come here, she started all 33 matches in 2016
ball player, Coach, she said. said. I dont feel bad saying and tied a single-season record
Im not a volleyball player. that. for block assists with 142. One
He said, No, you need to go to Ironically, it was Wisconsin of her best games came against
your high schools camp. You teammate Haleigh Nelson who her former school, when she
could be really good at this. helped her find a new home. tied a career high with 15 kills
Out of respect for her coach, Nelson, Fricanos best friend and led her team to an upset
she listened. Now, it seems to on the team, lived in Cary. win over No. 2 Wisconsin.
have been the right decision. So Fricano used the trip to Fricano is quick to deflect
She quickly began to adjust visit her friend and check out a the praise for her accomplish-
to the game. By her junior sea- new school that she had barely ments to her coaches.
son at Palatine High School in considered. They invested so much
Illinois, she was fielding offers The visit proved more fruit- time into me and they really DTH/BARRON NORTHRUP
from several universities. But ful than Fricano had expected. believed I could do some- Redshirt senior Taylor Fricano (5) jumps for a hit against LIU Brooklyn on Sept. 8 in Carmichael Arena
off the court, there was one Despite the lack of familiarity, thing, she said. I am a stub-
thing standing in her way. something felt natural. That born person. I want to do grader committed to basket- Simply put, Fricano is an He was the second best
My junior year, colleges led to another tough decision things my way. So when (the ball over volleyball, Fricano interesting person. Her team- decision Ive ever made, she
said, You need to pick it up, play for Notre Dame just coaches) wanted me to do is now a star on a UNC team mates, who call her Fric, rave said, the first being to trans-
she explained. I wasnt failing under two hours away from something I didnt think I which opened the season as about her on-court energy. fer here.
or anything, but I was skim- home or move halfway across could do there was a lot of tur- the ACC favorite. Shes lead- When she saved a ball against Her journey goes back
ming by with Bs, sometimes the country. moil. Finally, I was like, They ing the team with 22 blocks LSU by kicking it, she tweeted to the day she listened to
one A, a C most of the time. I was not expecting to fall have great resumes, you know; through six games. the womens soccer team and Stocker and decided to stick
Always doing the bare mini- in love with the school because why am I not here listening? Shes always wanted to play asked if there was an open with volleyball. Hes one of
mum ... At the end of my high I wanted to stay close to home Fricano was a leading figure professionally, and shes set on roster spot. When she retires, many people Fricano credits
school career I picked it up. and its 800 miles away from on a team that made it all the doing so after she graduates. she plans to start a non-profit for leading, along with Sagula
The importance of balanc- home she said. But it was way to the Sweet 16. She was She mentioned Team USA as a animal shelter. Shes already and UNCs fan base.
ing her studies and her sport really hard to say no. a second-team All-ACC selec- goal of hers. As someone with the proud owner of a chihua- Stocker, Sagula and Uncle
has stuck with her. Today, *** tion. And she wasnt skim- Italian heritage, shed love to hua named Peanut. He has his Bud have inspired her along
shes an honor-roll student As a redshirt sophomore, ming by with Bs anymore. In play overseas, too. own Instagram page, @pea- the way. But its Fricano alone
and an all-conference athlete. Fricano was starting to adjust 2016, she made the ACCs All- I took Italian in college nutthepoopy, and 35 followers. who has blocked out the
*** to life in Chapel Hill. Academic team, too. and now speak it fluently, Despite her allergy to dogs, obstacles on and off the
Fricano planned to com- In September 2015, trag- *** she said, and it seems like a Fricano said shes building up court to find success.
mit to Dayton, but decided edy struck when her great Once a stubborn eighth- great fit. an immunity to them. sports@dailytarheel.com

Q&A with an Old Winn scores twice for UNC


Dominion analyst MENS SOCCER defensive struggles against
the Tribe resulted in frus-
The North Carolina football
team (0-2) travels to Norfolk,
that competition progressing? NORTH CAROLINA 3 tration on his part, and he
knows immediate improve-
Va., this weekend to play Old RT: Youve got Blake LaRussa WILLIAM & MARY 2 ment is needed.
Dominion University. In and Jordan Hoy, both sopho- Sometimes youve just
the two teams last matchup, mores. Both are still learning. By Brennan Doherty got to make plays, he said.
UNC scored a school-record 80 Both are probably going to play Senior Writer Youve got to outcompete
points in its win. Theyre still learning. (Head your opponent. Youve got a
Ron Thulin, who has coach) Bobby Wilder told me in CARY The goals have one-versus-one situation. He
worked with Turner Sports July they need reps. been coming by the bunches wins or you win. Sometimes,
and Fox Sports, will be the He knew that. One is a better for the North Carolina mens thats what it comes down
play-by-play commentator passer than the other. I think soccer team this season. to.
for Saturdays game. In a con- LaRussa is probably the better Entering Wednesday, There has been attrition
versation with sports editor passer. the No. 8 Tar Heels were at key positions. A year ago,
Chapel Fowler, Thulin offered Hoy is the better runner. averaging 2.80 goals per seniors Colton Storm and
some insight on UNCs oppo- Hes good on option reads. contest, tied for the fifth- Walker Hume helped anchor
nent. Now, how hes going to do highest mark in Division I. a back line that helped UNC
against a Power Five confer- Meanwhile, defense has been reach the semifinals of the
The Daily Tar Heel: Old Dominion ence? a work in progress. NCAA Tournament. With
has recorded 15 sacks in just I dont know. Through six games, the both of those stalwarts gone,
two games. What makes its This is going to be a big test Tar Heels have yet to record UNC has had to retool a bit
defensive line so successful? for these guys, because they are a shutout, something they defensively.
going to see a lot of things from did in four of their first Regardless, junior defend-
Ron Thulin: They really run an the defense from North Carolina six matches a year ago. All er Alex Comsia isnt making
eight-man rotation. So every that they havent seen in their of that was illustrated on any excuses. His disappoint-
four plays, they change defen- last two games. Wednesday night, as eighth- ment with the two goals con-
sive linemen. ranked UNC won, 3-2, ceded in Wednesdays win
Guys can go longer but DTH: After playing UNC, Virginia against William & Mary in showed just that.
defensive coordinator Rich Tech is next up on ODUs sched- Cary at WakeMed Soccer Obviously its never DTH/TARYN REVOIR
Nagy really wants these guys ule. What is the teams philoso- Park, with its offense once a good performance if Senior forward Alan Winn (18) takes a shot against William &
to be fresh. And that has really phy when it comes to playing again doing the heavy lifting you give up two goals, he Mary on Wednesday night at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary.
helped. Guys like Bunmi Rotimi, bigger schools after moving up as the Tar Heels improved to said. If you give up one
Pat Toal Jr., Miles Fox, Oshane to the FBS level in 2014? 5-1 (1-0 ACC). goal, its not good enough. With first-year Alec Smir Duke gives UNC little time
Ximines thats the front four. Despite UNC leading So we spoke about it. Its starting at goalkeeper for to reflect upon Wednesdays
But you look at the 15 sacks, 13 RT: Well when Bobby started 1-0 and 2-1, a skilled and just teams are getting one UNC on Wednesday, the Tar win. And according to Winn,
and a half are by the defensive building this program, his motto determined William & Mary chance right now and put- Heels have now started three the Tar Heels will have to
linemen. was aim high. And if you ever squad drew even on two dif- ting them in the net so weve different players in goal be ready for a challenging
Thats pretty special And meet Bobby youd get a man ferent occasions, with the got to clean that up. this season because of inju- match.
these guys are playing with a lot crush on the guy. second equalizing goal com- The ACC slate is just one ries. James Pyle, the teams Just another tough
of confidence. Hes very Pete Carroll-ish in ing in 69th minute. game old, but the going is starter last season, and Drew opponent, he said. Theyre
And I remember a couple of the fact that hes never had a Four minutes later, senior about to get tougher for Romig have each started definitely having a good
years ago talking to Rich and bad day. I mean, this guy is real- forward Alan Winn provided UNC. multiple games. season, but we want to stay
he knew that this would be the ly, really up. He has never shied the game-winning goal for An upcoming game In regards to his teams consistent with the teams we
year that the defense would away from a challenge. the Tar Heels. It was his sec- against rival No. 23 Duke defensive woes, Somoano play, because every team we
be a lot better than people Bobby knew what he was ond score of the night. looms, and after that the agreed with Comsia, who play is good and thats our
thought they would What going to do when he brought Like any head coach, Tar Heels next two confer- believed the mistakes being outlook.
makes them go is the defensive the program back and hes UNCs Carlos Somoano ence matches come against made are correctable. @brennan_doherty
line. never veered from that. And prefers lamenting what his No. 12 Virginia, and N.C. Its will and desire, sports@dailytarheel.com
he wants to play (with) the big team could have done better State, which recently Somoano said. Its a choice.
DTH: Just like UNC, Old boys. proved its worth with an Youve got to make a choice
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