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Student opens beer delivery business

November 9, 2010

By Reema Khrais A UNC business student has found an unusual way to try to make some money. He’s opened a service that delivers beer to local residents.  Brew To You allows customers to order any quantity of beer from a six-pack up to four kegs. But the new business

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Ongoing investigation into sports tutoring

September 18, 2010

Running back Shaun Draughn was cleared this week to play this Saturday against Georgia Tech. The current investigations into player-agent relationships and academic fraud are still ongoing.

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Sitting on the job

September 18, 2010

A UNC housekeeper’s suspension shed light on a little known rule: Housekeepers aren’t allowed to sit on the job. A memo last week clarified the policy.

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New rush regulations

September 18, 2010

The Inter-Fraternity Court enacted new regulations this year for rush, moving it forward two weeks and eliminating alcohol.

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Chapel Hill’s first mosque

September 18, 2010

The Chapel Hill Islamic Society will build a mosque off Martin Luther King Boulevard and are waiting to for approval on the zoning change.

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Fraternity auctions abandoned bikes

September 18, 2010

Alpha Phi Omega annually pairs with the Department of Public Safety to raise money for charity by selling bikes left on campus during the summer.

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Remembering 9-11

September 11, 2010

By Adam Salloum Nine years later, the memory of 9-11 is still clear in many students’ memory. The College Republicans organized a memorial for the 9-11 Never Forget Project by setting out flags in UNC’s Polk Place. Students could adopt flags for $1. The money went to the Freedom Alliance

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Making music despite practice room madness

September 11, 2010

UNC’s finest musicians spend countless hours practicing riffs and scales in the bottom of Hill Hall. The basement is divided into small practice rooms separated by cinder block walls and wooden doors that are far from sound-proof.