UNC takes precautions ahead of coming storm by Daily Tar HeelJan 01, 2009 “As Tropical Storm Hanna approaches the eastern seaboard, UNC officials are planning to deal with a situation they haven't seen in several years. Hanna is projected to hit the East Coast at the North Carolina-South Carolina border tonight with the potential of building into a hurricane, according to the National Weather Service.”
Same site, tougher foe for field hockey team by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “Less than a week after its first loss since 2006, the North Carolina field hockey team is returning to face an even more formidable opponent. After falling to No. 5 Iowa on Sunday at Wake Forest's Kentner Stadium, the Tar Heels have spent all week preparing to return to Winston-Salem to face No.”
Carolina Football 2008: Preparations and Expectations by Daily Tar HeelAug 28, 2008 “Students across campus talk about the preparations they have made and the expectations they have for the upcoming 2008 Carolina football season. Design and interactivity by Mary Katherine Ayers Audio and photos by Adam Graetz, Liz Deornellas, and Mary Ka”
Researchers study relationship between hurricanes and tornados by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “A new partnership between a UNC-Charlotte professor and a Chapel Hill-based research institute aims to increase understanding of hurricanes that make landfall in Brunswick County. This information will be used to better understand the relationship between hurricanes and the tornados they often spawn.”
Video: Welcome to Greek Life by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “On bid day, about six hundred women joined the ranks of UNC Greek life. Video by Mary Katherine Ayers, Elizabeth DeOrnellas and Nick Mendler/DTH”
Institute uses technology to facilitate global impact by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “Technological advances around the world and on campus are helping advance the University's mission in areas such as medicine and communication.
But an often overlooked beneficiary of such innovation is the artistic community. Today and Saturday on the second floor of Hyde Hall, the Institute for the Arts and Humanities is hosting workshops in preparation for Collaborations: Humanities, Arts and Technology, a digital arts festival slated for 2010 that will take place on UNC's campus.”
Eve honored through music by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “When Eve Carson was killed in March, high school classmate Andy Whitehead wasn't sure how to react. Separated by the hundreds of miles between their hometown of Athens, Ga., and his Illinois college, Whitehead couldn't attend the vigils or memorial services that took place in the days following.”
Classical quartet part of younger generation by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “For those who say classical music is dying, September Prelude counters with the poster child for a younger generation of musicians. The four members of the Chiara String Quartet are in their early 30s, and while that may not sound very young, violist Jonah Sirota said most quartets have spent decades performing together.”
North Carolina sports this week by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “FRIDAY MEN'S SOCCER vs. South Carolina Time: 5 p.m. Location: Winston-Salem WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL vs. Missouri State Time: 7 p.m. Location: Smith Center FIELD HOCKEY at Wake Forest Time: 7 p.m. Location: Winston-Salem WOMEN'S SOCCER vs. Notre Dame Time: 7 p.m.”
Soccer teams face tough tests, cross country starts up this weekend by Daily Tar HeelSep 04, 2008 “Women's soccer Last year's season-ending loss to Notre Dame still stings for this year's women's soccer squad - even more so in remembering that the loss came on Fetzer Field. The rematch of last year's heartbreaker, a 3-2 defeat in the third round of the NCAA tournament, comes this weekend.”
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