The Daily Tar Heel is celebrating its 125th birthday

The Daily Tar Heel is celebrating its 125th birthday

The following is by Jane Stancill of The News & Observer.  For more than a century, The Daily Tar Heel student journalists have documented life at UNC-Chapel Hill and taken on the university on issues of free expression, integration, tuition, campus crime and big-time athletics. This weekend, the independent student newspaper will celebrate its 125th

The following is by Jane Stancill of The News & Observer. 

For more than a century, The Daily Tar Heel student journalists have documented life at UNC-Chapel Hill and taken on the university on issues of free expression, integration, tuition, campus crime and big-time athletics.

This weekend, the independent student newspaper will celebrate its 125th anniversary with two days of events, including panel discussions and a gala dinner fundraiser for 250 people. Alumni who have gone on to distinguished journalism careers will return to Chapel Hill for the birthday party.

One question on their minds will be: What’s the future of the DTH? The proud publication has been searching for the answer, and so have college newspapers across the United States.

Read the full story here.

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  • Nicole Travolta
    September 20, 2018, 12:58 pm

    Hey everyone
    I’m so excited. My ex-boyfriend is back after few months of breakup, I’m extremely happy that will are living together again. My boyfriend of 4yr just broke up with me and am 30 weeks pregnant. I have cried myself to sleep most of the nights and don’t seem to concentrate during lectures sometimes I stay awake almost all night thinking about him and start to cry all over again. Because of this I end up not having energy for my next day’s classes, my attendance has dropped and am always in uni and on time. Generally he is a very nice guy, he ended it because he said we were arguing a lot and not getting along. He is right we’ve been arguing during the pregnancy a lot .After the break up I kept ringing him and telling him I will change. I am in love with this guy and he is the best guy I have ever been with. I’m still hurt and in disbelief when he said he didn’t have any romantic feelings towards me anymore that hurt me faster than a lethal syringe. He texts me now and then mainly to check up on how am doing with the pregnancy, he is supportive with it but it’s not fair on me, him texting me as I just want to grieve the pain and not have any stress due to the pregnancy.
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  • sogodu
    December 31, 2018, 2:09 pm

    power as initiative of ideas tracing the political of situation as in this moment as observed prof dr mircea orasanu and prof drd horia orasanu appear as article publish and Journal in paper works that followed are considered as these lessons of historical and political difference from the Desert Rock struggle. In this moment of public lands and sacred lands continually coming under threat (e.g., Bears Ears Monument, Standing Rock, Chaco Canyon, and more), especially with the expansion of energy infrastructure, activists who care for “the environment” would be wise to begin with an inquiry into the patterns of displacement, labor, settlement, and significance in a particular landscape and are possible important situations for COLLEGE LYCEUM MAGNA and Louis university where activity with capacity Libraries and Publishers Working Together: an Interview with Project Euclid’s Leslie Eager
    Revue roumaine des sciences techniques. Série de mécanique appliquée.

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    Mechanics Research Communications
    Volume 16, Issue 3, May–June 1989, Pages 191-197

    An application of the dual integral equations for the flow through fissured rocks
    Mircea T. Orǎşanu’s scientific contributions
    Publications (5)

    An application of the dual integral equations for the flow through fissured rocks
    Article
    • May 1989
    • Mechanics Research Communications

    • Mircea T. Orasanu

    On the flow rates for the fissured rocks. Some considerations on the flow rates in the fissured rocks – Part I
    Article
    • Feb 1988
    • Mechanics Research Communications

    • Mircea T. Orǎşanu

    On the influence of a source for a compressible and immiscible filtration fluid
    Article
    • Jul 1987
    • Mechanics Research Communications

    • Mircea T. Orăşanu

    On the determination flow rates for the compressible and immiscible viscous filtration fluids
    Article
    • Mar 1986
    • Mechanics Research Communications

    • Mircea T. Orǎsanu
    The object of this paper is to treat the mathematical problem of the determination of flow rates for compressible and immiscible viscous filtration filtration with a free surface.
    Mechanics Research Communications The object of this paper is to treat the mathematical problem of the determination of flow rates for compressible and immiscible viscous filtration filtration with a free surface.
    The accurate expressions of infiltration flow rates for the immiscible viscous filtration fluids
    Article
    • May 1985

    • Mircea T. Orǎşanu

    Exact theory of flow into a partially penetrating well
    Don Kirkham
    First published: September 1959
    https://doi.org/10.1029/JZ064i009p01317
    Cited by: 30
    About and Studii şi Cercetări de Mecanică Aplicată
    Author: Academia Republicii Populare Romîne. Institutul de Mecanică Aplicată.
    Publisher: [Bucureşti] : Editura AcademRevue roumaine des sciences techniques. Série de mécanique appliquée = Romanian journal of technical sciences. Applied mechanics.

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  • cionogu
    January 3, 2019, 11:08 pm

    Commein these are considered for important aspects and with prof drd horia orasanu that followed in cases of LAGRANGIAN AND DEFINING A CONSTRAINTS
    1 LAGRANGIAN AND NON HOLONOMY PROBLEM
    In considering the future of teacher education at the present time, I believe that it is relevant to consider the wider social and political context in which schools and institutions of teacher education are placed at this time. In particular I wish to draw attention to what Prime Minister Tony Blair had to say in his speech to the 1998 Labour Party Conference, where he argued that:
    The centre-left may have lost in the battle of ideas in the 1980s, but we are winning now. And we have won a bigger battle today: the battle of values. The challenge we face has to be met by us together: one nation, one community.
    When a young black student, filled with talent, is murdered by racist thugs, and Stephen Lawrence becomes a household name not because of the trial into his murder but because of inquiry into why his murderers are walking free, it isn’t just wrong: it weakens the very bonds of decency and respect we need to make our country strong. We stand stronger together.
    But where is Mr. Blair’s vision of ‘the battle of values’ when it comes to education policy? Whilst accepting a need to improve levels of achievement, I want to argue that there is a lack of vision in relation to ‘values’ in education at the present time. Further I propose that the reasons for this lie in part in the recent social, political and historical context in relation to the National Curriculum and also, in the perspective of some of the key government agencies, such as the TTA. In particular there are problems about the way in which the National Standards for teacher education have been prescribed.
    Tooley’s (1990) support for such a position and his associated critique of arguments put by those in the mathematics education community he labelled as ‘multiculturalists’ is both misleading and flawed in several respects. He misleads by his mischievous suggestion that the ‘multiculturalists’ wished to dictate to teachers: e.g. he asserts that ‘the failure to ‘compel “multicultural” examples’ is not ‘a great handicap’ of the National Curriculum. In fact the pressure at that time was in precisely the opposite direction and compulsion was never part of the agenda of the so-called ‘multiculturalists’ in the first place. In his reflections on this context Woodrow (1996) has pointed out that the concerns of teachers, following the Swann Report and the tragedy leading up to the MacDonald report, have been dissipated as a result of the introduction of a National Curriculum in which there is ‘no internationalism … no celebration of a pluralist culture and no sense of diversity’. Tooley also creates a false dichotomy between those teachers ‘who prefer to raise the political consciousness of their pupils, rather than their mathematical attainment’. Can it not be the case that teachers of mathematics can do both? Is there not a case to be made for considering the contribution teachers of mathematics might make in terms of citizenship and democracy
    A consideration of some of the basic forces that drive and constrain motion in the atmosphere and oceans follows. The goal is to apply Newton’s second law,
    , (6.1)
    to a parcel of air or ocean, so we need to assemble the most important forces. Since it is difficult to keep track of mass in observing the atmosphere and oceans, we write these equations in terms of the forces per unit mass, or accelerations, acting on parcels of air or ocean water according to:
    (6.2)
    Equations in the form of Eq. (6.2) are called “equations of motion”. In this chapter, we will identify and derive expressions for the most important forces to include in Eq. 6.2 – the forces that govern large-scale motion in the atmosphere and oceans.
    Coriolis force
    The Coriolis force is an “apparent force,” arising because of the complicated frame of reference from which we observe the atmosphere. The laws of New and these works have been accepted by prof dr Constantin Udriste ,that have been published in this journal and other , and prof drd horia orasanu can be presented the doctoral thesis
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  • ciudeasu
    January 4, 2019, 1:59 pm

    for the many actions the Daily Tar Heel is welcome and can be considered by prof dr mircea orasanu and prof drd horia orasanu appear as followed as cases of COLLEGE LYCEUM MAGNA or Louis university with important results

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