Not a great look, Daily Tar Heel! If your school is in the midst of a four-year long academic scandal involving fake classes, impermissible benefits and improper contact with professional athletes, you know what you probably shouldn't do? This: That's right, that's the September 17th issue of the Daily Tar Heel, poking fun at someone else's football-related classes. Okay.
The Daily Tar Heel University of North Carolina journalism students now enjoy some financial protection in the event of libel suits, thanks to a year-long multimedia insurance policy purchased by the school, according to a report in The Daily Tar … Read more
The Daily Tar Heel covers two Democrats already running to unseat DAG McCrony. Good article, but I'm sure we all would agree that James should have been the first candidate mentioned. If your approval rating was abysmal, and you had to run pathetic commercials, and you already had two qualified candidates running against you, wouldn't you be McWorried too?
UNC student paper The Daily Tar Heel takes a stand against campus sexual violence. The Princeton alum who wants students to get their MRSs ASAP is just digging herself deeper and deeper. “Withholding war-raped women the right to safe abortion is a form of violence.” Towson University’s White Student Union is terrifying. Men need to [...]
I asked University of North Carolina Daily Tar Heel editor-in-chief Andy Thomason to tell us about this April 1 Page One editorial: “The fact that it’s April Fools Day played no role in our decision to run the editorial today. Instead, the placement marks the conclusion of intense discussion and debate on how to address … Read More
Princeton Review just put Penn State’s Daily Collegian on the top of its 2012 Best College Newspapers list. Here are the Review’s #1 papers going back to 2002: 2011 The Daily Tar Heel, Univ. of North Carolina- Chapel Hill 2009 The Daily Tar Heel 2007 The Daily Tar Heel 2005 Arizona Daily Wildcat, University of … Read More
Newt Gingrich walked out of an interview with a Univ. of North Carolina newspaper on Saturday after a student reporter tried ask him about Fox News chief Roger Ailes, the paper said. Walker, a reporter for the Daily Tar Heel, claimed that Gingrich agreed to an interview with him following a campaign stop in Greensboro. [...]
Newt Gingrich had no problem bashing Fox News last week, but he apparently really does not want to be questioned about it now, as a reporter for the University of North Carolina's Daily Tar Heel found out Saturday. Memet Walker had scheduled a private interview with Gingrich at a Tea...
A reporter for the University of North Carolina's paper, The Daily Tar Heel, wrote a piece describing an interview with GOP hopeful (he's still in the race, in case you forgot) Newt Gingrich. While the student was told no topics were off limits, when Roger Ailes' remark about Gingrich came up, an aide immediately shot it down — cutting off the interview altogether.
The Herald-Sun | News14 | Daily Tar Heel The Fox News Chairman and CEO spoke to about 350 people, including young journalists Thursday as part of a special lecture series at the University of North Carolina at… Read more
The End To Occupy Chapel Hill - North Carolina's liberal bastion of academia and open mindedness aka Chapel Hill, put an end to a poorly conceived "Occupy" off-shoot.According to the Daily Tar Heel protesters occupying the former Chrysler building at 419 W. Show More Summary
North Carolina's student newspaper "The Daily Tar Heel" is obviously a fan of Rebecca Black's. Their weekend weather report has a really familiar ring to...
The Daily Tar Heel, the student newspaper for the University of North Carolina, published an editorial cartoon about Smithfield Pork.
It's an annual tradition for the editors of the Duke Chronicle and the Daily Tar Heel to exchange trash talk letters in advance of their schools' first matchup of the season. We got them both, and boy, do the young. minds of Tobacco Road have a way with words. More »
Daily Tar Heel "The silver lining of this ordeal is the transparency with which administrative decision-making was carried out," writes the Daily Tar Heel editorial board. "In the sunshine, the record seems clear that the best interests of the institution were upheld." > Monty Cook leaves UNC over inappropriate relationship with student
Poynter Online Daily Tar Heel general manager Kevin Schwartz thinks he knows why: "If something is free and it's convenient to get and whatever is in it is relevant to [students], they have no qualms about printed versus non-printed. A college newspaper, if it's done right, is all of those things."
by BBG Superchunk at South Street Seaport in 2009 (more by Chris LaPutt) The Daily Tar Heel: What's different about Majesty Shredding as opposed to past Superchunk records? Mac McCaughan: I think one thing that's really different..., we'd really written...
[Christopher Sopher is a senior at the University of North Carolina, where he is a Morehead-Cain Scholar and a Truman Scholar. He has been a multimedia editor of the Daily Tar Heel and has worked for the Knight Foundation. His studies have focused on young people's consumption of news and participation in civic life — [...]
[Christopher Sopher is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina, where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar and multimedia editor of the Daily Tar Heel. He is currently a Truman Scholar and has done work with the Knight Foundation. His studies have focused on young people's consumption of news and participation in civic life [...]
I am proud to live in Chapel Hill, the home of UNC and it's campus newspaper The Daily Tar Heel. As soon as they got elected to their new editorial and managerial positions a couple of months ago, Sara Gregory, Emily Stephenson, Andrew...Show More Summary