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Asian Americans seek Why Orange


County lacks
representation at UNC a landfill
By Marin Wolf income neighborhood in
Staff Writer Roseboro.
Leaders like myself under-
Chapel Hills municipal stand that what we did is
solid waste continues to find we took it out of the Rogers
itself in the backyard of low- Road Neighborhood but we
income communities, despite put it in probably some other
the towns best efforts to keep neighborhoods backyard,
landfills out of these areas. most likely a lower-income
There is not a cohe- neighborhood, and most likely
sive plan for the future of a neighborhood of color,
Orange County, Chapel Hill said Orange County Board of
and Carrboros municipal Commissioner Penny Rich.
solid waste disposal system. Board of Aldermen mem-
Community leaders in Orange ber Randee Haven-ODonnell
County are pushing for a waste said, We have not dealt with
disposal system that will not the essential question, which
put an extra burden on low- is how do we want to deal
income communities like the with the waste that we gener-
current landfill option. ate in our own community?
The Orange County Board The Chapel Hill Landfill
of Commissioners voted to was built off of Eubanks Road
close the Chapel Hill landfill in 1972. The mayor at the time
in 2013 because of its close promised the landfill was only
proximity to the Rogers Road temporary, but it remained in
Community, a low-income and place until the Orange County
historically African-American Board of Commissioners voted
neighborhood. A large amount to close it in 2013, putting undo
of Orange Countys municipal stress on the Rogers Road
solid waste now goes to the Community.
Sampson County Landfill,
which resides next to a low- SEE LANDFILL, PAGE 5

Birth control bus


DTH/HANNAH LANG
Clockwise from left, professor Jennifer Ho, junior Jessie Huang, and professor Morgan Pitelka discuss Asian-American studies.

UNC lacks an Asian-American studies program


By Hannah Lang
Staff Writer
Asian-Americans in the United States.
People often cite statistics like,
While Asian studies examines the
history and cultures of countries in
visits campus
Asian-Americans are one of the most Asia, Asian-American studies exam-
Senior David Choi believes he has economically well-off (minorities) in ines the racial experience, history and
the right to an education on his own the nation (but) different populations culture of people of Asian descent in
racial history. within the Asian-American community America, many of whom have no direct
Right now, Asian-Americans have have different economic standings, experience with the languages and cul-
close to nothing, Choi said. And when Huang said. This myth is really harm- tures that someone like Pitelka studies.
I say nothing, I mean we have like, one ful because it also pits Asian-Americans Pitelka, who also serves as the
exhibit at Wilson Library, and we have against other racial minorities. director of the Carolina Asia Center,
one (book)shelf at Davis Library. Those Huang pointed out how she is learn- mentioned how Asian-American stud-
are the only spaces dedicated to Asian- ing about many of these racial myths ies professors have viewed academic
Americans on campus. for the first time in English 270, one approaches to Asian Studies as problem-
Choi is involved with the Asian of the few Asian-American studies atic for approaching Asia with a degree
American and Pacific Islander Working course offerings on campus, taught by of exoticism, suggesting that Asia is only
Group, a group that works to estab- professor Heidi Kim. Like Choi, Huang interesting for its history and culture
lish long-term resources for Asian- would like an Asian-American studies something most Asian-Americans have
Americans at UNC. And its not just the department to be created at UNC. limited personal connection to.
lack of physical space dedicated to AAPI While UNC currently has a Thats something that even some DTH/ABIGAIL TURNER
students that Choi finds concerning. Department of Asian Studies, this people in our fields are still wrestling Students sign the petition for free birth control on board Mission
The class of 2021, 16 percent of course of study is quite distinctive with: How are these things different or Control, the birth control bus that visited UNC on Nov. 10.
the class identifies as Asian-American. from Asian-American studies. Morgan not different? Pitelka said.
Thats a considerable amount of an Pitelka, a professor in the Department Although Pitelka affirmed there is
By Emily Davis this could mean a significant
incoming class, Choi said. Next of History and the Department of no longer the same tension between the difference to them financially
Staff Writer
semester, I think (therell be) one or Asian Studies, explained the difference. two academic disciplines, Choi men- and personally, she said.
two courses that teach Asian-American Historically, Asian studies and tioned how this attitude of exoticism still The Keep Birth Control Outside of Davis Library,
topics. Just one or two, for 16 percent Asian-American studies are completely affects Asian-American students today. Copay Free campaign came to students were invited to enter
of an undergraduate population. separate, Pitelka said. Historically, You dont look at a Latinx- UNC on Friday in the Mission the dorm-themed interior of
Jessie Huang, president of the Asian Asian studies focuses on the study of American student and ask, you know Control bus, its customized the Airstream and engage in an
Students Association, said there are the histories and cultures of these coun- Airstream. The Airstream iPad station allowing visitors to
many misconstrued perceptions of tries that are very, very, very far away. SEE ASIAN STUDIES, PAGE 5 parked outside of Davis send comments to the Trump
Library from 10:30 a.m. to 4 administration, as well as a spe-
p.m., and its team encouraged cialized invoice generator.

Junior roommates rise up to new roles


students and visitors to take The invoice generator,
part in the campaign to keep according to Reign, calcu-
birth control copays free. lates the annual cost of a
On Oct. 6, the Trump persons preferred method
MENS BASKETBALL and added 10 rebounds in his administration announced two of birth control and sends
second-ever collegiate start. new rules that would allow the bill to both the Trump
NORTH CAROLINA 86 Hes been confident, and
he should be, Williams said of
employers to stop covering
birth control on grounds of
administration and to the U.S.
Department of Health and
NORTHERN IOWA 69 Maye. Hes a very good bas- moral or religious conflicts. Human Services. The invoice
ketball player. His preparation, These rules would roll back the language is also being sent
By Alex Zietlow trying to take care of his body birth control benefit included to the federal register as an
Assistant Sports Editor and trying to become a better in the Affordable Care Act, official comment opposing the
player is Guys, its about as which established birth control new rules. The commenting
At Thursdays press confer- high as it could possibly be. as preventative health care, period ends on Dec. 5, Reign
ence, head coach Roy Williams Maye showcased the plethora making it and other preventive said.
said he didnt know who he was of offensive moves he honed health care services copay free. Jameela Davis, a member
going to start in the No. 9 North over the offseason in the Tar We believe that the deci- of the team campaigning with
Carolina mens basketball teams Heels season-opener. He made sion about whether or when the Airstream, said the goal
season-opening game. use of quick drop-steps and spin to have children should lie is to flood the administra-
Graduate transfer Cameron moves in the post and stretched with women and not with tion with as many invoices
Johnson whose arrival from the floor with the long ball Congress, and so we began and petitions as they can.
Pittsburgh headlined the Tar shooting 2-3 from behind the the Keep Birth Control Copay Jonathan Perron, a business
Heels offseason wasnt 100 arc. Hes confident hell be able Free Campaign, which is major, visited the bus and said
percent healthy after tweaking to pose mismatches for future designed to raise awareness his decision to sign the peti-
his neck at Tuesdays practice. teams because of his versatility. about the critical importance tion was based on his belief
And North Carolinas unques- Out of high school, I wasnt of copay free contraception, that this is womens health
tioned leader at the point guard very highly recruited, and I said April Reign, the digital issue.
spot, Joel Berry II, was still side- feel like that was kind of a dis- strategist and spokesperson Its up to them to have
lined with a right hand injury. service to me because I feel like for the Keep Birth Control power over their own bodies,
Kenny sprained his ankle yes- I did as much if not more than Copay Free campaign. and it gives a little bit more
terday, Theo sprained his ankle a lot of guys, said Maye, who Reign said the Airstream autonomy and control to
the day before, Williams said. ranked 97th in ESPNs top-100 is visiting various schools in women, and thats why Im for
Williams knocked on wood. recruits. I really feel like I had the South to empower people it and thats why I decided to
Lukes going to start, he said, a great opportunity here. And who are concerned about this sign the petition, Perron said.
starting to break into laughter. a lot of people kind of doubted health issue. Hallie Smith, who was
And if he gets hurt today, I will me, and I just wanted to prove I think one of the impor- touring campus on Friday,
never freaking tell you that again people wrong. tant points here is that many expressed her support for
for the rest of my life. The Huntersville native of the women that we are see- what the campaign was doing.
In UNCs 86-69 victory over became a Tar Heel the same year ing on our college tour actu- I have 11 grandchildren,
Northern Iowa on Friday, junior his current roommate and close ally came of reproductive age and I want them to have any
forward Luke Maye proved as friend, Kenny Williams, did. during the Obama years, and protection they need for what-
DTH/SARAH DWYER reliable as his coach let on. He The junior guard who origi- so these women have never ever reason, Smith said.
Juniors Luke Maye (32) and Kenny Williams (24) celebrate led North Carolina in scoring even had to think about pay- @emilykdavis1
during the second half against Northern Iowa on Friday. with his career-high 26 points SEE JUNIORS, PAGE 5 ing for birth control, and so state@dailytarheel.com

Because the system works, the system called reciprocity.


MATRON MAMA MORTON
The Daily Tar Heel News Monday, November 13, 2017 5
STEM, Ho said, and this is Although an Asian-
ASIAN STUDIES problematic.
When you start talking
American studies program
could contribute greatly
JUNIORS Like his junior teammate,
Williams was not a lottery
Coach Williams said of
Williams. Its like a rebirth
FROM PAGE 1 about white students and to the discussion of race at FROM PAGE 1 pick waiting to happen when for him to be back out there
What is it like in Ecuador, underrepresented minorities, UNC, Ho noted the extensive nally committed to Virginia he arrived in Chapel Hill. He on the court having fun.
or Honduras? Choi said. right, thats great, but youre requirements for creating a Commonwealth before flipping was listed at a wiry 6-foot-4, Two years ago, the two
But when we look at Asian- actually completely leaving department. to UNC was one of three 175 pounds and converted just juniors hadnt convinced any-
American students, theyre out of that equation Asian- It takes $1 billion to create Tar Heels to end their season eight field goals his entire first one besides themselves that
like Where are you from? American students, Ho said. a department, Ho said, men- opener in double figures. season. By his sophomore sea- theyd lead North Carolina
Where are you really from? Ho said that such an invis- tioning hiring new faculty He smiled and took a bee- son, after gaining a significant at any point in their careers.
In addition to helping ible Asian-American racial members and an administra- line for his head coach after amount of weight, Williams Now, with their team 1-0 even
dispel stereotypes, both Choi category is monolithic, and tive staff as formidable costs. he drew a charge. He played started 22 games and Coach without some of its integral
and Huang mentioned how does not account for more The idea that youre going to the crowd after hed hit the Williams labeled him as his pieces, the juniors are the
an Asian-American studies underrepresented sectors of to start from zero and develop floor in pursuit of a loose ball. best perimeter defender. ones drawing the attention.
program could help Asian- the Asian-American popu- a department with a major, Simply put, he had fun. All this happened, of And even though their
American students under- lation, such as Burmese or or house a major within an Im just playing hard, so it course, before tearing a menis- personalities dont steer typi-
stand their own racial identity. Filipino-Americans. existing department youre makes it a little bit more fun cus in his right knee, which cally steer them towards the
Jennifer Ho, professor in We do within Chapel talking about a lot of resourc- for everybody, he said. I know ended his 2016-17 season. spotlight, they seem to be
the department of English Hill, within UNC, have this es that are going into that, coach appreciates that. Thats I mean he has had some comfortable enough with all
and Comparative Literature Asian-American community and the question is, to what all he wants. So when he sees tough times, he hasnt had eyes on them.
and associate director of the that I would say is under- end? Ho said. that, he appreciates it a lot. the chance to play as much, sports@dailytarheel.com
Institute for the Arts and represented, but theyre not Pitelka seemed optimis-
Humanities, said the field of considered underrepresented tic for the future of Asian-
Asian-American studies is
often viewed as a place for
because technically speaking
they fall under this Asian-
American studies on campus.
Theres no immediate
LANDFILL use their own trucks to bring
municipal solid waste to the
rent system to remove munici-
pal solid waste.
Asian-American students to American umbrella, Ho said. plan that Im aware of, but I FROM PAGE 1 transfer station. The website An option being discussed
learn about their own identi- One of the things that Asian- believe in the power of per- The closing of the Chapel for the transfer station says is building a waste transfer
ties and experiences. But she American studies does is to suasion, Pitelka said. And Hill Landfill was considered a that municipal solid waste station within Chapel Hill
wanted to clarify the schol- shine a light on that. Im working with Professor social- and racial-justice win loads cost $44.50 per ton. in partnership with Orange
arly value of Asian-American Heidi Kim, associate Ho and Professor Kim to try and was celebrated by commu- Roseboro is a town of only County, Rich said. While this
studies as an academic disci- professor of English and to slowly gather data, gather nity members. Because Chapel 1,180 people according the would reduce the cost to the
pline. Comparative Literature, com- evidence that this would Hill was unable to find a new latest census data. In 2015, county and the municipalities
If students want to take mented on the far-reaching really make a big impact on location for the landfill within Roseboro was 36.5 percent within it, it would not neces-
Asian-American students for benefits of an education in campus. Orange County, the town had black and 19.8 percent of the sarily change where the waste
a variety of reasons, personal Asian-American studies. Despite administrative to look elsewhere for a place population was under the would ultimately go. Haven-
reasons, thats great, Ho I could go on all day about obstacles and a slow rate of to dispose of residential solid poverty level. The Sampson ODonnell said Carrboro is
said. I do not think Asian- the issues that Asian-American change, Choi has no inten- waste. Chapel Hill Solid Waste County Landfill is 1.2 miles working toward reducing the
American studies exists as a studies can illuminate, Kim tion of giving up his push for Services Manager Wendy away from the Bluegrass amount of solid waste pro-
form of identity formation. wrote in an email, but the the creation of the program Simmons said municipal solid Mobile Home Estates, a mobile duced through community
Ho continued, I think bottom line is that students, or the recognition of Asian- waste is now transported to the home neighborhood, which is composting.
the value of Asian-American both Asian-American and non- American students on cam- Waste Disposal & Recycling almost identical to the distance Rich said the problem
studies is that it is a rigorous Asian-American, can learn so pus. Center in Durham, a transfer between the Rogers Road surrounding the landfill is a
discipline that asks interest- much from seeing how these Its so unfair to Asian- station that then ships the Community and the now- moral question for the county.
ing and important and timely political issues and identi- American students, Choi waste out to the Sampson closed Chapel Hill Landfill. Its a social justice issue,
intellectual questions that all ties intersect, and what our said. Because we just want to County Landfill. Rich said the Solid Waste its a racial justice issue and
students would benefit from. ongoing social, legal, ethical get our education, and we just The Durham transfer sta- Advisory Group (SWAG) is its far from being solved,
Asian-Americans arent and artistic challenges are in want to be able to study and tion is owned by the private planning on meeting in the Rich said.
discussed as underrepre- confronting these issues openly learn about who we are. company Waste Industries. upcoming months to discuss @maringwolf
sented minorities in fields like and equitably. university@dailytarheel.com Chapel Hill and Carrboro the future of the countys cur- city@dailytarheel.com

Undercover cops, speech discussed at faculty council meeting


By Summer Epps of an undercover officer tion on Aug. 26 and his last House Bill 527, which prohib- Speech and Expression draft lution in appreciation of
Staff Writer around Silent Sam. day was Sept. 7. its protesters from disrupting policy, which the BOG is professor Dan Reicharts
We dont normally run campus events, was enacted required to draft because
Fridays Faculty Council undercover operations, on July 31. Muller gave back- of HB527, is still undergo-
service.
To address the motive
meeting covered everything behind the undercover McCracken said. This was ground of the legislation, stat- ing many developments and Reichart was injured while
from undercover cops to cur- officers, McCracken first extremely rare and the cir- ing it was modeled after the changes. trying to extinguish the fire
riculum changes. Heres what described the heightened ten- cumstances necessitated it. Goldwater proposal. Part of the reason that at the Davie Poplar tree on
you need to know: sions around Silent Sam. I think it is important for we are a little bit hesitant in Nov. 2.
(Silent Sam) has kind of Law professor Eric Muller people to understand that describing this, is that it is still The last line of the resolu-
Chief of Police Jeff B. been a lightening rod for a gave an update on the this legislation is a model a working progress, Muller tion states, Now, therefore,
McCracken and Derek number years, he said. legislation that was initially said. Changes are still being be it resolved, that we com-
A number of people from all
Board of Governors proposed by the Goldwater made, even as we speak.
Kemp, associate vice mend his courage, thank him
different points of views show Freedom of Speech and Center, which is a conserva- for his dedicated service to
chancellor for campus up in that area, and its obvi- Expression draft policy. tive/libertarian think tank Chris Clemens, senior our university, and wish him a
safety and risk manage- ously a potential for conflict. that looks at a variety of cam- associate dean for natu- speedy recovery.
ment, defended the use McCracken said the under- The Restore/Preserve pus issues, Muller said.
ral sciences, gave a reso- university@dailytarheel.com
cover officer began his opera- Campus Free Speech, or He said the Freedom of

Beep beep
The Keep Birth Control
Copay Free campaign came
games to campus in their bus. See
front for story.
2015 The Mepham Group. All rights reserved.

Level: 1 2 3 4 Matcha made in heaven


Students and residents
held vigils to stand with
Complete the grid Charlottesville. See pg. 4 for
so each row, column
review.
and 3-by-3 box (in
bold borders) contains
every digit 1 to 9. Folks are atwitter...
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it, some love that you can
type without running out of

Sports! Sports!
How are our basketball
teams doing as they start
up? See pg. 6 for Sports
Monday.

Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle


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1 Not as available 59 Doesnt back away 28 Mandelas org. 41 Salsa brand
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15 Athens eatery gp. 43 Where to emulate
16 Where to view Down 30 Trickery the natives
Duck Dynasty 1 Was googly-eyed 32 Cabbage family 44 More unpleasantly
17 Oath sworn in a 2 Place to bring a suit member moist
kosher kitchen? 3 Wading bird 33 Detroit labor org. 49 Dominate
19 Hightailed it 4 Put on a pedestal 34 Letters in personal 50 Some Ivy Leaguers
20 Le Mans law 5 Beliefs columns 52 Words with limit or
21 Great Plains tribe 6 Bambi doe 35 Get trap
22 9-Down opener 7 Award-winning 36 First poet interred 55 Agnus __
23 50s pres. candidate political cartoonist in Westminster 56 Its in many poems
25 Long of Third Ted Abbeys Poets Corner
Watch 8 Word with able or full 38 Immobilize, in a
26 New Years Eve get- 9 Munich : Jahr :: way
togethers? Madrid : __ 39 Something to eat in
27 Double-dealing in 10 Hawaii Five-O a Western?
Delhi? nickname 40 Miss America
30 A symptom of 11 Landlocked Asian
mans failure as a nation
thinking animal: 12 Heightened
Steinbeck 13 Slow movements
31 Old knives 14 Insult
32 Cutthroat 18 Some bank files
entrepreneur? 24 1980 Oscar winner
36 Pool option who portrayed
37 Six-time 70s Loretta
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40 Unyielding
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Asian-American films highlighted
124 years of editorial freedom By A.J. OLeary Communications this past we have a lot of different
Staff Writer summer are what inspired backgrounds from all over
TYLER FLEMING CineMASH. Asia, and one thing that
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF UNC Mixed AAPI I was like, Hey, why seemed to be in common was
EDITOR@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Students Heritage (MASH), shouldnt we have this here, that many of these countries
JESSICA SWANSON in its efforts to promote too? he said. have some sort of dumpling-
MANAGING EDITOR Asian-American and Pacific Some of the films to type dish. Its something
MANAGING.EDITOR@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Islander culture, will host its be shown next Friday at that, this demographic that
first ever UNC CineMASH CineMASH were also were shooting for, that they
RACHEL JONES
event on Friday from 6:00 to screened at the Los Angeles can all enjoy, and they can all
ONLINE MANAGING EDITOR
9:30 p.m. Asian Pacific Film Festival connect to.
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The Asian-American film this year. CineMASH was made pos-
COREY RISINGER festival will be complete with People who plan to attend sible by MASH, the Carolina
DIRECTOR OF ENTERPRISE dumplings and a discussion the festival should expect a Union Activities Board and
ENTERPRISE@DAILYTARHEEL.COM panel to talk about the issues varied mix of six thought-pro- the Carolina Asia Center.
KIANA COLE brought up in the films after voking short films, ranging It is part of a month-
DIRECTOR OF PROJECTS AND the event. from five to 30 minutes long, long series of events called PHOTO COURTESY OF UNC MASH
INVESTIGATIONS Josh Jiang, UNC student about issues Asian-Americans APIAutumn, aimed increas- UNC MASH will host CineMASH, a food and film festival, on Nov. 17.
SPECIAL.PROJECTS@DAILYTARHEEL.COM and MASHs political chair, face. ing awareness and catering
LEAH ASMELASH had the idea for CineMASH In addition to the screen- to the needs of the Asian- American for my entire I received from the films
UNIVERSITY EDITOR after interning with an ings, attendees should expect American community in life, and I dont see a lot of was gratitude, Yang said.
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Asian-American film and free food. MASH will be serv- Chapel Hill. representation of the Asian- Gratitude of being able to
media company called Visual ing homemade dumplings for Helen Yang, a Duke stu- American population in watch films that verbalize the
REBECCA AYERS Communications. anyone who attends. dent who will be a panelist at media, she said. emotions that Ive had for so
CITY EDITOR During his internship, We wanted the food the event, was surprised that Yang also communicated long, and have had a lot of
CITY@DAILYTARHEEL.COM
Jiang helped the film group part to be meaningful. We CineMASH existed at all. how important and refresh- trouble expressing myself. As
ANA IRIZARRY put on the annual Los couldve just done pizza, or Knowing that there is the ing the event is for members a child of immigrants, grow-
STATE & NATIONAL EDITOR Angeles Asian Pacific Film something that we knew capacity to have an Asian- of the Asian-American com- ing up has been a very hard
STATE@DAILYTARHEEL.COM Festival. would be popular, Harrison American film festival is munity in the Triangle. navigation of emotions.
Jiang explained that his Lee, MASHs main events beyond shocking. Ive been I think the underly- @aj_oleary55
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In the Nov. 10 story, UNC settles By Samantha Yi View Farm and Ninth Street
anti-trust lawsuit, Dean Harvey Staff Writer Bakery. Routinely, someone
ZSOFIA VOROS was mistakenly quoted as saying offered samples inside and
DESIGN & GRAPHICS EDITOR Duke opposed the settlement Tama Tea recently opened outside the cafe. The staff was
DESIGN@DAILYTARHEEL.COM of the case. Duke opposed the on Franklin Street, serving very friendly, hand-delivering
NATHAN KLIMA motion to certify a litigation loose-leaf tea among other the food and recommend-
PHOTO EDITOR class. According to Harvey, there menu items. Staff writer ing tea flavors if needed. The
PHOTO@DAILYTARHEEL.COM are two separate classes, the Samantha Yi spent an after- cafes facilities include gen-
settlement class and the litiga- noon taste-testing the drinks. der-neutral bathrooms and a
SARAH LUNDGREN, tion class. The Daily Tar Heel conference room a pleasant
KAREN STAHL apologizes for the error.
Atmosphere surprise that I discovered on
COPY CHIEFS The Daily Tar Heel reports any inac- the way to the restroom. The
COPY@DAILYTARHEEL.COM curate information published as As soon as you walk in, Think Tank room includes
soon as the error is discovered. you notice how spacious the a table that can seat four, a
Mail and Office: 151 E. Rosemary St.
Editorial corrections will be cafe is, which is quite differ- chalkboard and a large televi-
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 printed on this page. Errors com- ent from the other cramped sion screen. The room can be
Tyler Fleming, editor-in-chief, 962-4086 mitted on the Opinion Page have eateries on Franklin Street. booked online or in the store. DTH FILE/NASH CONSING
Advertising & Business, 962-1163 corrections printed on that page. There are nine tables of vary-
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Tama Tea, originally from Wilmington, has expanded to Chapel Hill.
Corrections also are noted in the ing sizes, excluding sofas and Taste: Matcha Matcha
One copy per person; online versions of our stories. armchairs, and indie music have been discovering tea as an ing a wide range of tea prices
additional copies may be purchased Contact Managing Editor Jessica
(Hot), Mariner Toast and
plays at a low volume. alternative to coffee but I inter- for every budget. The orga-
at The Daily Tar Heel for $.25 each.
Swanson at managing.editor@ The cafe is proud of its Jasmine Pearls Tea (Hot) nally started jumping with joy nization of the tea pouches is
Please report suspicious activity at
our distribution racks by emailing dailytarheel.com with issues dedication to sourcing their when I took my first sip. pretty spectacular, especially
about this policy. The Matcha Matcha, which
dth@dailytarheel.com ingredients locally, as dis-
cost $4.45 for a small, was for someone who is type-A
2012 DTH Media Corp. played by the chalkboard out-
bland. I ordered it hot so the Variety of Menu like me. Every tea option is
All rights reserved side: Counter Culture, Maple
drink was essentially matcha accompanied with a detailed
The drink menu is helpfully description of the flavor and

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with milk. As I took my first
sip, I made an involuntary face organized into categories like caffeine level as well as a
at the lack of sweetness. The signature drinks, smoothies, glass jar of the tea leaves. The
manager and the lady at the caffeine-free drinks and loose- wall is helpfully divided into
cash register both informed leaf tea. In terms of meals, the categories of Premium, Pure,
me this was one of their most menu offered toast, oatmeal Bold, Decadent, Fruity, Citrus
popular drinks. and sandwiches. The tea cat- & Herbs and Spicy.
The Mariner Toast was also egories included black, green,
a letdown. The avocado was white, oolong, mate, herbal and Conclusion
made into a paste and slath- pu-erh tea.General manager
ered1 onto the whole grain Lawrence Perkins said due to Tama Tea stands out for
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toast. Unlike at The Purple suggestions and requests for its affordability, customiza-
Bowl, the bread was not more options on the menu, tion and studying ambience.
customizable and the propor- Tama Tea is planning to release I do think Tama Tea is a bet-
tion of avocado to toast was new meal options, including ter choice than Starbucks.
lacking. a Middle Eastern inspired Although Starbucks has
The Jasmine Pearls Tea pork sandwich, Laos-inspired cheaper options than the
was the equivalent to the New chicken dish and a quinoa avo- Frappuccinos, there are only
England Patriots comeback in cado wrap. a few. However, Tama Tea has
the 2017 Super Bowl. I loved more than 40 options that
it. The smell of the tea was flo- Cost cost at most six dollars, most
ral and crisp, exactly how the of them cost three dollars. My
sign described the tea. I may The prices for a cup of tea bank account says thank you.
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LETTERS TO Rationing freedom
at UNC
Sure, THE EDITOR
UNC Hillel opposes
TO THE EDITOR:
I am surprised by

Gorka Gorka presence


TO THE EDITOR:
your editorial Was No
One Else Free? on Nov.
10.

can come,
We, student leaders You seem to distin-
of UNC Hillel, strongly guish among speakers
oppose the appearance on the basis of their

but why?
of Sebastian Gorka on associations and exper-
our campus on Nov. 13. tise.
Gorka is slated to talk You conclude, with
about U.S.-Israel rela- baffling circularity, that

T
oday, UNC College tions and the state of campus speakers should
Republicans, UNC the Middle East under be held to the same
Christians United for
Israel, UNC Turning Point USA
EDITORIAL the Trump administra-
tion.
standard as our univer-
sity.

Actions over actors


are hosting Sebastian Gorka. As Jews, it is our What is that recom-
Nominally this speech is responsibility to for- mended standard if, as
meant as an insightful com- mally denounce this you seem to imply, it
mentary on U.S.-Israel rela- speaker for his ties to may be rationed accord-
ing to a capricious mea-
tions and the state of Middle
Eastern affairs. Identity informs, may have made a mistake
not a pervert or rapist
the damage to Rapp, or
the number of other men
groups that sympathize
with Nazis, his explicit sure of worthiness?
However, this is contradicted
both by Gorkas own lack of
but does not justify taking advantage of young who have come forward in Islamophobia and his
lack of qualifications to
Your masthead boasts
125 years of editorial
men. identifying Spacey as an
actual expertise and UNC harmful actions. To be gay in the 80s, abuser. They dont revoke
speak on the aforemen- freedom, but you hint at

A
College Republicans past track tioned idea of someone a standard that narrows
record of bringing controversial nthony Rapp said the time of the crime, was Spaceys ability to make being invited to our freedom if and when we
but substantively empty speak- he was 14 years only recently a crime in choices, to make conscious campus who has been dislike or deplore its ori-
ers. Like Ben Shapiro and David old when Kevin and of itself, and coming decisions. repeatedly condemned gins and content.
Horoitz, Gorka has gained fame Spacey, who was 26, sexu- out as gay in the 80s after At UNC, we love to for connections to anti- The current editors of
by explicitly endorsing the worst ally assaulted him. an accusation of sexual analyze the who with the Semitic groups that the DTH are too young
racist tendencies of more tradi- 30 years later, in assault would have been what. We emphasize the allied with Nazis during to recall the long, dreary
tional conservatism. response to Rapps sexual a nail in the coffin for his identity of the actor just WWII, especially fol- battle of the 1960s
In Gorkas case, this has assault claims, Spacey career. But these gross as much as their actions. lowing last weeks cam- against a restrictive law
manifested in academically- tweeted a short apology. associations and stigmas For example, many would pus visit by Tibor Spitz, banning known com-
unfounded claims about the The two worked have largely been erased, react much differently a Holocaust survivor. munists from the UNC
inherent violence of Islam and As leaders of a pro- campus.
together at the Old Vic and we have the work of to a woman catcalling a It was almost certain-
affiliation with traditionally Israel campus organi-
fascist organizations. Gorkas Theatre in London, and many resilient gay men to man than a man catcall- zation, it is important ly conceived by the late
core claim about the Middle Rapp recalled an event thank for it. ing a woman. The act of for us to distinguish Jesse Helms to punish
East is that instability in the in which Spacey thrust This history of the catcalling is condemnable. between varying pro- student and faculty civil
region has not been caused by himself onto Rapp. In his persecution of gay men Yet when we toy with the Israel stances and rights demonstrators.
poverty, colonialism, recent tweeted statement, Spacey only adds a bitter irony to identity of the actor, a gray acknowledge that being The nominal protec-
American policies or failed describes the incident as his coming out story. He area appears. pro-Israel and anti- tion of students from
governance but is instead the dated and immemorable took the work of gay men So will our moral stand- Semitic are not mutu- communism was a
result of a fundamentally total- to him. And, in a move before him to help himself ing on sexual assault ally exclusive. mere smokescreen and
itarian and violent religion. that was surprising to apologize for the same act waver as assailants come Islamophobic senti- the law was correctly
This ignores almost all of many, Spacey also found for which these gay men out as gay or lesbian? For ments are intolerable, identified as a gross
the existing scholarship on the and in this case they abridgment of academic
room in his short apology were wrongly persecuted. many, they did not. For all,
subject. This view fits unfor- diminish the possibility freedom.
tunately snugly with Gorkas
to come out as a gay man. In 2017, people stepped they should not. Calling a for productive discus- It was strenuously
more controversial affiliations. Like statements back to re-analyze this gay man a sexual predator sion about Israel and opposed by the presi-
Not only has he been con- released by other sex scenario given Spaceys may feel uncomfortable; the Middle East. dent and chancellor,
nected to the Order of Vitz, offenders, the statement sexuality especially this statement may feel There are academics tested in an embarrass-
an organization the State was self-serving, and given the juxtaposition of reminiscent of a homo- and government offi- ing physical exclusion
Department listed as under Spacey was desperately his apology and his com- phobic past. But these cials from a variety of of one or two prominent
the direction of the Nazi hoping to mitigate the ing out. feelings of discomfort political ideologies who communists from the
Government of Germany dur- severity of Rapps claims. His sexuality was most should not shift our moral can valuably contribute campus, and ultimately
ing World War II, he has also He framed his apology as likely repressed; he didnt compass; these feelings to discussions on Israel overturned on First
expressed explicit support for an if then conditional know how to control his must be secondary to what and the Middle East. Amendment grounds by
the Hungarian Guard. statement: suggesting he feelings or emotions; he is objectively right and Due to his dubious a Fourth Circuit judicial
That organization func- academic credentials panel.
didnt remember if the was a victim of his time. wrong. It happens that
tioned as the paramilitary wing and extremist views,
of Hungarys nationalist party incident played out as These are the hesita- In conversation and Sebastian Gorka is not October 2017 marks
which has been repeatedly Rapp claimed, but that tions Spacey likely hoped thought, do not be afraid among those whose per- the centennial of the
decried as neo-Fascist, and was if it did, he regretted his to conjure. In 2017, his to separate the what spectives contribute to Bolshevik revolu-
eventually banned by the EU actions. sexuality grants him from the who. The iden- the intellectual discourse tion in Russia, which
due to its material threat to And his decision to entrance to a club of tity of an actor may offer around Israel at UNC. under Lenin and Stalin
minority groups in the country. come out in the same oppression not a club of insight and context, but Allowing Gorka to dwarfed other ideolo-
These affiliations and opinions breath? An attempt to predators. does not justify an act of add to the discussion gies, save Adolf Hitlers,
are that of a fringe figure, not a thrust the accusation Any and all of these harm. on Israel makes the in oppression and mur-
legitimate intellectual. into a new light. A light statements may be true, Gay men are condemn- U.S.-Israel relationship der.
His credentials do little to in which he was once a but they dont lessen the ing Spacey for his actions, a partisan issue, under- Do you mean to
offset these concerns, as covered mines UNC Hillels imply that UNC should
closeted gay man who offense. They dont undo and you should too. have submitted tamely
by the DTH editorial board. As mission and pluralistic
an advisor he proved too contro- values and is dangerous 50-odd years ago to a
versial and unqualified for even to Israel and the Jewish law that banned the
the Trump administration, itself People. known advocates of
the poster child for controversial EDITORIAL Hillel seeks to estab- communism, nominally
lish an inclusive space associated as they were

Better safe than sorry


and unqualified government.
His time in the administration for all students from with a bloodthirsty tyr-
was so short in part because across the political spec- anny?
he was never able to obtain the trum. Gorkas presence Freedom of speech in
appropriate security clearance. on campus discredits any setting is a seamless
entity open, as one
He has been the subject of
broad derision in academic and Take the necessary ations are impossible to
avoid.
Additionally, its worth-
while to speak to your
the important work that
has been done to create jurist memorably said,
policy circles. To say there are
dozens of individuals more suit-
steps to keep your If youre considering liv- landlord about install- productive dialogue and
to foster a safe com-
even to freedom for the
thought we hate.
ed for this talk would drastically belongings safe. ing off-campus next year
or are off-campus now,
ing additional security,
such as digital locks or an
munity for everyone at The doctrines and

T
oversell Gorkas credentials. Carolina. associations of Donald
None of this is to say that here are few things some important steps alarm system. It might We stand with all Trumps sometime
Gorka cannot come to campus, more precious to can be taken to ensure even fall within your students who may feel henchman Mr. Gorka,
but it should illustrate the a college student that your belongings are rights as a tenant. unsafe and unwelcome are indeed distasteful,
bad faith in which he is being than a laptop. secure. Lastly, one of the best as a result of Gorkas but irrelevant.
brought. His speech will likely Having that laptop Besides just simply ways to get to know your visit to campus. I wish you had said so
generate facile debates of com- snatched from your grasp, locking your doors and neighbors is to talk to clearly.
monly accepted knowledge. without any chance to windows, speak to an them about safety in the Emily Adcock
This event delegitimizes save, back-up or capture insurance company about area or simply getting to Katy Smith Edwin Yoder, Jr.
the civic discourse it suppos- any of its contents com- possibly being covered know them. If youre leav- Oliver Mitchell-Boyask Former DTH Editor
edly enhances, and it serves as pletely devastating. Student leaders of UNC 1955-1956
with renters insurance. ing town or feel unsafe,
a reminder that recent action Hillel Chapel Hill
For students living in One example is USA having a good relationship
by the Board of Governors and
NCGA is meant to silence pro-
houses, and even apart- Today Colleges partner- with your neighbor can
ments off-campus, this is a ship with GradGuard come in handy.
tected protest against speakers
like this rather than truly ensure real threat. that offers UNC students This can give you peace
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Syllabus says no Duke Chronicle students


By Lucas Risinger Law, said the discretion could the syllabus is centrally a dis-
Staff Writer allow for more worthwhile crimination concern.
discussions with the speakers. I dont think theres any-
A Duke University econom- There is a level of freedom thing reasonable about it, he
ics professors syllabus pro- that comes with confidential- said. I think its completely
hibiting writers for the Duke ity, she said. But I dont think wrong to discriminate against
Chronicle from taking his class that such an extreme step is any student based on student
has been met with public con- necessarily warranted in order activities. Theres no reason
cern and outcry.Inside Hedge to promote that concept. why you should treat any
Funds, the class taught by Chris Roush, a journalism student differently in this situ-
Linsey Lebowitz Hughes, lists professor at UNC, has had ation.
a variety of high-profile guest Jon King the chief invest- McCartney said the stipu-
speakers in the syllabus. ment officer for UNC come lation in the syllabus was not
Michael Schoenfeld, Dukes to his business reporting class necessary to address the pro-
vice president for public affairs in the past. The talks have fessors concerns.
and government relations, been off-the-record. So if you want to make a
released a statement distanc- There have always been class off-the-record, thats fine.
ing the university from the Daily Tar Heel students in Any student that works for a
syllabus. the class, and I have always student newspaper knows the
The statement in the sylla- encouraged them that if they rules far better than other stu-
bus was the instructors clum- think something is newswor- dents, and The Chronicle kids
sy way of saying that guest thy to follow up with him, deal with off-the-record infor-
speakers should be considered Roush said. It has been mation from the Duke admin-
off the record so they could off-the-record because that istration, he said. Theres no
be candid in their conversa- has given King the comfort reason they cant be trusted DTH FILE/REBECCA LAWSON
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or ever will be, barred from later on-the-record in more the syllabus is not as black- ball game if this was the regulations on private concerned and strikes fear, she
enrolling in any class because detail later on if he needs to. and-white as it would be at University of North Carolina, schools, Jones said the syl- said. Hopefully they wont get
they are affiliated with The Scott McCartney, Wall UNC. but with Duke, they do have labus could have established a away with it because, if they
Duke Chronicle or any other Street Journal writer and Because Duke is a private a little more leeway because worrisome precedent. do, then that will be a practice
student organization. chairperson of the Duke institution, it has a differ- they are a private institution If this is something that we may see more professors or
Rachael Jones, media law Student Publishing Company, ent set of rules, she said. It to make calls like that. is accepted by Duke and is private schools try to do.
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The Internet Archive: Online history preserved


The founder of the web captures, 2.2 million
films and videos, 2.5 million
States Government and
we won, Kahle said. As a
tion is created and shared
and used and managed, and
archive spoke on audio recordings, 140,000
live concerts, 8 million texts
library, the idea of protect-
ing our patrons reading
so hes kind of been one of
the pioneers its kind of
access to knowledge. with 3 million digital books, habits is something that is a no-brainer, Marchionini
100,000 software programs very important to us. Theres said.
By Mark Burnett and 3 million hours of televi- a long history of bad things First-year graduate student
Staff Writer sion. happening when people can in the School of Information
Its been a dream since get rounded up for things and Library Science, Spencer
If youve ever wanted to the Library of Alexandria, that theyve read in librar- Bevis, recommends that
visit a website that doesnt and I think we can actually ies. undergraduates visit and use
exist anymore or watch tele- do it now, Kahle said. We Dean of the School of the Internet Archive.
vision clips from years ago, have the technologies to do it. Information and Library If theyre curious to see
your solution has arrived: the Weve got the political spirit Science, Gary Marchionini, what Google looked like 10
Internet Archive. to be in a free and open envi- wanted to bring the Internet years ago its great, Bevis
Founder of the Internet ronment. Archive to campus because said. If theyre curious to see
Archive, Brewster Kahle, Kahle discussed how hav- it is changing the way that what free movies there are DTH/MICHELLE LI
gave the 2017 Lucile Kelling ing access to everything is people think about librar- on there that they might like, igital Librarian and Internet Archive Founder, Brewster Kahle,
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by the UNC School of long it will last. been a visiting professor at thats on there.
Information and Library In 2007, the FBI asked UNC and has been a pioneer Kahle said it is not merely knowledge it is quite of the greatest achievements
Science on Friday. the Internet Archive for in the field information sci- enough to put the informa- doable, Kahle said. Were humans have ever done, like
His talk outlined their goal information on one of its ence. tion in the Internet Archive, in a unique time frame, the man on the moon or the
of Universal Access to All users because of national As an information school but it is necessary to put it in technologically and politi- Library of Alexandria.
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Asian Americans seek Why Orange


County lacks
representation at UNC a landfill
By Marin Wolf income neighborhood in
Staff Writer Roseboro.
Leaders like myself under-
Chapel Hills municipal stand that what we did is
solid waste continues to find we took it out of the Rogers
itself in the backyard of low- Road Neighborhood but we
income communities, despite put it in probably some other
the towns best efforts to keep neighborhoods backyard,
landfills out of these areas. most likely a lower-income
There is not a cohe- neighborhood, and most likely
sive plan for the future of a neighborhood of color,
Orange County, Chapel Hill said Orange County Board of
and Carrboros municipal Commissioner Penny Rich.
solid waste disposal system. Board of Aldermen mem-
Community leaders in Orange ber Randee Haven-ODonnell
County are pushing for a waste said, We have not dealt with
disposal system that will not the essential question, which
put an extra burden on low- is how do we want to deal
income communities like the with the waste that we gener-
current landfill option. ate in our own community?
The Orange County Board The Chapel Hill Landfill
of Commissioners voted to was built off of Eubanks Road
close the Chapel Hill landfill in 1972. The mayor at the time
in 2013 because of its close promised the landfill was only
proximity to the Rogers Road temporary, but it remained in
Community, a low-income and place until the Orange County
historically African-American Board of Commissioners voted
neighborhood. A large amount to close it in 2013, putting undo
of Orange Countys municipal stress on the Rogers Road
solid waste now goes to the Community.
Sampson County Landfill,
which resides next to a low- SEE LANDFILL, PAGE 5

Birth control bus


DTH/HANNAH LANG
Clockwise from left, professor Jennifer Ho, junior Jessie Huang, and professor Morgan Pitelka discuss Asian-American studies.

UNC lacks an Asian-American studies program


By Hannah Lang
Staff Writer
Asian-Americans in the United States.
People often cite statistics like,
While Asian studies examines the
history and cultures of countries in
visits campus
Asian-Americans are one of the most Asia, Asian-American studies exam-
Senior David Choi believes he has economically well-off (minorities) in ines the racial experience, history and
the right to an education on his own the nation (but) different populations culture of people of Asian descent in
racial history. within the Asian-American community America, many of whom have no direct
Right now, Asian-Americans have have different economic standings, experience with the languages and cul-
close to nothing, Choi said. And when Huang said. This myth is really harm- tures that someone like Pitelka studies.
I say nothing, I mean we have like, one ful because it also pits Asian-Americans Pitelka, who also serves as the
exhibit at Wilson Library, and we have against other racial minorities. director of the Carolina Asia Center,
one (book)shelf at Davis Library. Those Huang pointed out how she is learn- mentioned how Asian-American stud-
are the only spaces dedicated to Asian- ing about many of these racial myths ies professors have viewed academic
Americans on campus. for the first time in English 270, one approaches to Asian Studies as problem-
Choi is involved with the Asian of the few Asian-American studies atic for approaching Asia with a degree
American and Pacific Islander Working course offerings on campus, taught by of exoticism, suggesting that Asia is only
Group, a group that works to estab- professor Heidi Kim. Like Choi, Huang interesting for its history and culture
lish long-term resources for Asian- would like an Asian-American studies something most Asian-Americans have
Americans at UNC. And its not just the department to be created at UNC. limited personal connection to.
lack of physical space dedicated to AAPI While UNC currently has a Thats something that even some DTH/ABIGAIL TURNER
students that Choi finds concerning. Department of Asian Studies, this people in our fields are still wrestling Students sign the petition for free birth control on board Mission
The class of 2021, 16 percent of course of study is quite distinctive with: How are these things different or Control, the birth control bus that visited UNC on Nov. 10.
the class identifies as Asian-American. from Asian-American studies. Morgan not different? Pitelka said.
Thats a considerable amount of an Pitelka, a professor in the Department Although Pitelka affirmed there is
By Emily Davis this could mean a significant
incoming class, Choi said. Next of History and the Department of no longer the same tension between the difference to them financially
Staff Writer
semester, I think (therell be) one or Asian Studies, explained the difference. two academic disciplines, Choi men- and personally, she said.
two courses that teach Asian-American Historically, Asian studies and tioned how this attitude of exoticism still The Keep Birth Control Outside of Davis Library,
topics. Just one or two, for 16 percent Asian-American studies are completely affects Asian-American students today. Copay Free campaign came to students were invited to enter
of an undergraduate population. separate, Pitelka said. Historically, You dont look at a Latinx- UNC on Friday in the Mission the dorm-themed interior of
Jessie Huang, president of the Asian Asian studies focuses on the study of American student and ask, you know Control bus, its customized the Airstream and engage in an
Students Association, said there are the histories and cultures of these coun- Airstream. The Airstream iPad station allowing visitors to
many misconstrued perceptions of tries that are very, very, very far away. SEE ASIAN STUDIES, PAGE 5 parked outside of Davis send comments to the Trump
Library from 10:30 a.m. to 4 administration, as well as a spe-
p.m., and its team encouraged cialized invoice generator.

Junior roommates rise up to new roles


students and visitors to take The invoice generator,
part in the campaign to keep according to Reign, calcu-
birth control copays free. lates the annual cost of a
On Oct. 6, the Trump persons preferred method
MENS BASKETBALL and added 10 rebounds in his administration announced two of birth control and sends
second-ever collegiate start. new rules that would allow the bill to both the Trump
NORTH CAROLINA 86 Hes been confident, and
he should be, Williams said of
employers to stop covering
birth control on grounds of
administration and to the U.S.
Department of Health and
NORTHERN IOWA 69 Maye. Hes a very good bas- moral or religious conflicts. Human Services. The invoice
ketball player. His preparation, These rules would roll back the language is also being sent
By Alex Zietlow trying to take care of his body birth control benefit included to the federal register as an
Assistant Sports Editor and trying to become a better in the Affordable Care Act, official comment opposing the
player is Guys, its about as which established birth control new rules. The commenting
At Thursdays press confer- high as it could possibly be. as preventative health care, period ends on Dec. 5, Reign
ence, head coach Roy Williams Maye showcased the plethora making it and other preventive said.
said he didnt know who he was of offensive moves he honed health care services copay free. Jameela Davis, a member
going to start in the No. 9 North over the offseason in the Tar We believe that the deci- of the team campaigning with
Carolina mens basketball teams Heels season-opener. He made sion about whether or when the Airstream, said the goal
season-opening game. use of quick drop-steps and spin to have children should lie is to flood the administra-
Graduate transfer Cameron moves in the post and stretched with women and not with tion with as many invoices
Johnson whose arrival from the floor with the long ball Congress, and so we began and petitions as they can.
Pittsburgh headlined the Tar shooting 2-3 from behind the the Keep Birth Control Copay Jonathan Perron, a business
Heels offseason wasnt 100 arc. Hes confident hell be able Free Campaign, which is major, visited the bus and said
percent healthy after tweaking to pose mismatches for future designed to raise awareness his decision to sign the peti-
his neck at Tuesdays practice. teams because of his versatility. about the critical importance tion was based on his belief
And North Carolinas unques- Out of high school, I wasnt of copay free contraception, that this is womens health
tioned leader at the point guard very highly recruited, and I said April Reign, the digital issue.
spot, Joel Berry II, was still side- feel like that was kind of a dis- strategist and spokesperson Its up to them to have
lined with a right hand injury. service to me because I feel like for the Keep Birth Control power over their own bodies,
Kenny sprained his ankle yes- I did as much if not more than Copay Free campaign. and it gives a little bit more
terday, Theo sprained his ankle a lot of guys, said Maye, who Reign said the Airstream autonomy and control to
the day before, Williams said. ranked 97th in ESPNs top-100 is visiting various schools in women, and thats why Im for
Williams knocked on wood. recruits. I really feel like I had the South to empower people it and thats why I decided to
Lukes going to start, he said, a great opportunity here. And who are concerned about this sign the petition, Perron said.
starting to break into laughter. a lot of people kind of doubted health issue. Hallie Smith, who was
And if he gets hurt today, I will me, and I just wanted to prove I think one of the impor- touring campus on Friday,
never freaking tell you that again people wrong. tant points here is that many expressed her support for
for the rest of my life. The Huntersville native of the women that we are see- what the campaign was doing.
In UNCs 86-69 victory over became a Tar Heel the same year ing on our college tour actu- I have 11 grandchildren,
Northern Iowa on Friday, junior his current roommate and close ally came of reproductive age and I want them to have any
forward Luke Maye proved as friend, Kenny Williams, did. during the Obama years, and protection they need for what-
DTH/SARAH DWYER reliable as his coach let on. He The junior guard who origi- so these women have never ever reason, Smith said.
Juniors Luke Maye (32) and Kenny Williams (24) celebrate led North Carolina in scoring even had to think about pay- @emilykdavis1
during the second half against Northern Iowa on Friday. with his career-high 26 points SEE JUNIORS, PAGE 5 ing for birth control, and so state@dailytarheel.com

Because the system works, the system called reciprocity.


MATRON MAMA MORTON
The Daily Tar Heel News Monday, November 13, 2017 5
STEM, Ho said, and this is Although an Asian-
ASIAN STUDIES problematic.
When you start talking
American studies program
could contribute greatly
JUNIORS Like his junior teammate,
Williams was not a lottery
Coach Williams said of
Williams. Its like a rebirth
FROM PAGE 1 about white students and to the discussion of race at FROM PAGE 1 pick waiting to happen when for him to be back out there
What is it like in Ecuador, underrepresented minorities, UNC, Ho noted the extensive nally committed to Virginia he arrived in Chapel Hill. He on the court having fun.
or Honduras? Choi said. right, thats great, but youre requirements for creating a Commonwealth before flipping was listed at a wiry 6-foot-4, Two years ago, the two
But when we look at Asian- actually completely leaving department. to UNC was one of three 175 pounds and converted just juniors hadnt convinced any-
American students, theyre out of that equation Asian- It takes $1 billion to create Tar Heels to end their season eight field goals his entire first one besides themselves that
like Where are you from? American students, Ho said. a department, Ho said, men- opener in double figures. season. By his sophomore sea- theyd lead North Carolina
Where are you really from? Ho said that such an invis- tioning hiring new faculty He smiled and took a bee- son, after gaining a significant at any point in their careers.
In addition to helping ible Asian-American racial members and an administra- line for his head coach after amount of weight, Williams Now, with their team 1-0 even
dispel stereotypes, both Choi category is monolithic, and tive staff as formidable costs. he drew a charge. He played started 22 games and Coach without some of its integral
and Huang mentioned how does not account for more The idea that youre going to the crowd after hed hit the Williams labeled him as his pieces, the juniors are the
an Asian-American studies underrepresented sectors of to start from zero and develop floor in pursuit of a loose ball. best perimeter defender. ones drawing the attention.
program could help Asian- the Asian-American popu- a department with a major, Simply put, he had fun. All this happened, of And even though their
American students under- lation, such as Burmese or or house a major within an Im just playing hard, so it course, before tearing a menis- personalities dont steer typi-
stand their own racial identity. Filipino-Americans. existing department youre makes it a little bit more fun cus in his right knee, which cally steer them towards the
Jennifer Ho, professor in We do within Chapel talking about a lot of resourc- for everybody, he said. I know ended his 2016-17 season. spotlight, they seem to be
the department of English Hill, within UNC, have this es that are going into that, coach appreciates that. Thats I mean he has had some comfortable enough with all
and Comparative Literature Asian-American community and the question is, to what all he wants. So when he sees tough times, he hasnt had eyes on them.
and associate director of the that I would say is under- end? Ho said. that, he appreciates it a lot. the chance to play as much, sports@dailytarheel.com
Institute for the Arts and represented, but theyre not Pitelka seemed optimis-
Humanities, said the field of considered underrepresented tic for the future of Asian-
Asian-American studies is
often viewed as a place for
because technically speaking
they fall under this Asian-
American studies on campus.
Theres no immediate
LANDFILL use their own trucks to bring
municipal solid waste to the
rent system to remove munici-
pal solid waste.
Asian-American students to American umbrella, Ho said. plan that Im aware of, but I FROM PAGE 1 transfer station. The website An option being discussed
learn about their own identi- One of the things that Asian- believe in the power of per- The closing of the Chapel for the transfer station says is building a waste transfer
ties and experiences. But she American studies does is to suasion, Pitelka said. And Hill Landfill was considered a that municipal solid waste station within Chapel Hill
wanted to clarify the schol- shine a light on that. Im working with Professor social- and racial-justice win loads cost $44.50 per ton. in partnership with Orange
arly value of Asian-American Heidi Kim, associate Ho and Professor Kim to try and was celebrated by commu- Roseboro is a town of only County, Rich said. While this
studies as an academic disci- professor of English and to slowly gather data, gather nity members. Because Chapel 1,180 people according the would reduce the cost to the
pline. Comparative Literature, com- evidence that this would Hill was unable to find a new latest census data. In 2015, county and the municipalities
If students want to take mented on the far-reaching really make a big impact on location for the landfill within Roseboro was 36.5 percent within it, it would not neces-
Asian-American students for benefits of an education in campus. Orange County, the town had black and 19.8 percent of the sarily change where the waste
a variety of reasons, personal Asian-American studies. Despite administrative to look elsewhere for a place population was under the would ultimately go. Haven-
reasons, thats great, Ho I could go on all day about obstacles and a slow rate of to dispose of residential solid poverty level. The Sampson ODonnell said Carrboro is
said. I do not think Asian- the issues that Asian-American change, Choi has no inten- waste. Chapel Hill Solid Waste County Landfill is 1.2 miles working toward reducing the
American studies exists as a studies can illuminate, Kim tion of giving up his push for Services Manager Wendy away from the Bluegrass amount of solid waste pro-
form of identity formation. wrote in an email, but the the creation of the program Simmons said municipal solid Mobile Home Estates, a mobile duced through community
Ho continued, I think bottom line is that students, or the recognition of Asian- waste is now transported to the home neighborhood, which is composting.
the value of Asian-American both Asian-American and non- American students on cam- Waste Disposal & Recycling almost identical to the distance Rich said the problem
studies is that it is a rigorous Asian-American, can learn so pus. Center in Durham, a transfer between the Rogers Road surrounding the landfill is a
discipline that asks interest- much from seeing how these Its so unfair to Asian- station that then ships the Community and the now- moral question for the county.
ing and important and timely political issues and identi- American students, Choi waste out to the Sampson closed Chapel Hill Landfill. Its a social justice issue,
intellectual questions that all ties intersect, and what our said. Because we just want to County Landfill. Rich said the Solid Waste its a racial justice issue and
students would benefit from. ongoing social, legal, ethical get our education, and we just The Durham transfer sta- Advisory Group (SWAG) is its far from being solved,
Asian-Americans arent and artistic challenges are in want to be able to study and tion is owned by the private planning on meeting in the Rich said.
discussed as underrepre- confronting these issues openly learn about who we are. company Waste Industries. upcoming months to discuss @maringwolf
sented minorities in fields like and equitably. university@dailytarheel.com Chapel Hill and Carrboro the future of the countys cur- city@dailytarheel.com

Undercover cops, speech discussed at faculty council meeting


By Summer Epps of an undercover officer tion on Aug. 26 and his last House Bill 527, which prohib- Speech and Expression draft lution in appreciation of
Staff Writer around Silent Sam. day was Sept. 7. its protesters from disrupting policy, which the BOG is professor Dan Reicharts
We dont normally run campus events, was enacted required to draft because
Fridays Faculty Council undercover operations, on July 31. Muller gave back- of HB527, is still undergo-
service.
To address the motive
meeting covered everything behind the undercover McCracken said. This was ground of the legislation, stat- ing many developments and Reichart was injured while
from undercover cops to cur- officers, McCracken first extremely rare and the cir- ing it was modeled after the changes. trying to extinguish the fire
riculum changes. Heres what described the heightened ten- cumstances necessitated it. Goldwater proposal. Part of the reason that at the Davie Poplar tree on
you need to know: sions around Silent Sam. I think it is important for we are a little bit hesitant in Nov. 2.
(Silent Sam) has kind of Law professor Eric Muller people to understand that describing this, is that it is still The last line of the resolu-
Chief of Police Jeff B. been a lightening rod for a gave an update on the this legislation is a model a working progress, Muller tion states, Now, therefore,
McCracken and Derek number years, he said. legislation that was initially said. Changes are still being be it resolved, that we com-
A number of people from all
Board of Governors proposed by the Goldwater made, even as we speak.
Kemp, associate vice mend his courage, thank him
different points of views show Freedom of Speech and Center, which is a conserva- for his dedicated service to
chancellor for campus up in that area, and its obvi- Expression draft policy. tive/libertarian think tank Chris Clemens, senior our university, and wish him a
safety and risk manage- ously a potential for conflict. that looks at a variety of cam- associate dean for natu- speedy recovery.
ment, defended the use McCracken said the under- The Restore/Preserve pus issues, Muller said.
ral sciences, gave a reso- university@dailytarheel.com
cover officer began his opera- Campus Free Speech, or He said the Freedom of

Beep beep
The Keep Birth Control
Copay Free campaign came
games to campus in their bus. See
front for story.
2015 The Mepham Group. All rights reserved.

Level: 1 2 3 4 Matcha made in heaven


Students and residents
held vigils to stand with
Complete the grid Charlottesville. See pg. 4 for
so each row, column
review.
and 3-by-3 box (in
bold borders) contains
every digit 1 to 9. Folks are atwitter...
Solution to ... about Twitters new
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it, some love that you can
type without running out of

Sports! Sports!
How are our basketball
teams doing as they start
up? See pg. 6 for Sports
Monday.

Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle


(C)2012 Tribune Media
Services, Inc.
All rights reserved.

Across 58 No-win situation 27 Actor McKellen contestants array


1 Not as available 59 Doesnt back away 28 Mandelas org. 41 Salsa brand
8 Red herring, to a cop 60 Gold rush figure 29 Exhibition funding 42 Room to maneuver
15 Athens eatery gp. 43 Where to emulate
16 Where to view Down 30 Trickery the natives
Duck Dynasty 1 Was googly-eyed 32 Cabbage family 44 More unpleasantly
17 Oath sworn in a 2 Place to bring a suit member moist
kosher kitchen? 3 Wading bird 33 Detroit labor org. 49 Dominate
19 Hightailed it 4 Put on a pedestal 34 Letters in personal 50 Some Ivy Leaguers
20 Le Mans law 5 Beliefs columns 52 Words with limit or
21 Great Plains tribe 6 Bambi doe 35 Get trap
22 9-Down opener 7 Award-winning 36 First poet interred 55 Agnus __
23 50s pres. candidate political cartoonist in Westminster 56 Its in many poems
25 Long of Third Ted Abbeys Poets Corner
Watch 8 Word with able or full 38 Immobilize, in a
26 New Years Eve get- 9 Munich : Jahr :: way
togethers? Madrid : __ 39 Something to eat in
27 Double-dealing in 10 Hawaii Five-O a Western?
Delhi? nickname 40 Miss America
30 A symptom of 11 Landlocked Asian
mans failure as a nation
thinking animal: 12 Heightened
Steinbeck 13 Slow movements
31 Old knives 14 Insult
32 Cutthroat 18 Some bank files
entrepreneur? 24 1980 Oscar winner
36 Pool option who portrayed
37 Six-time 70s Loretta
Dodger All-
Star
38 Demand from
a Stooge fan?
40 Unyielding
45 Lobbying gp.
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Turk.
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48 Riches
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drillers
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an option,
too?
57 Nervous __
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SportsMonday
SCOREBOARD
Field hockey: UNC 3, Princeton 2
Mens swim: Texas 162, UNC 137
Womens swim: Texas 172, UNC 125
Volleyball: UNC 3, Clemson 0
Womens soccer: UNC 3, High Point 0

First-years debut, impress in opener


Brooks,
Manley,
Felton all play
significant
minutes
By Chapel Fowler
Sports Editor

The lights in the Smith Center were


already dimmed, and the blue and
yellow industrial vacuums already
at work on its floor, as three players
exited the locker room for their first
interviews as members of the North
Carolina mens basketball team.
The season-opening win over
Northern Iowa on Friday night was
a comfortable one. In an 86-69 vic-
tory, No. 9 UNC shot 50 percent
from the floor, won its 19th straight
home game and committed just
seven turnovers its fewest in a
season opener since 1997.
So, naturally, the in-game focus
shifted to other things. Who would
step up in the frontcourt? Luke Maye
definitely made a mark with a career-
high 26 points in 28 minutes. With
Joel Berry II out for the first two
games and perhaps more who
would handle the ball and run the
offense? Theo Pinson and Kenny DTH/SARAH DWYER
Williams, both of whom had five North Carolina guard Jalek Felton (5) defends against Northern Iowa guard Juwan McCloud (13) during a game in the Smith Center on Friday evening.
assists, played well as temporary
replacements. And although he hadnt checked his 6-foot-11 frame. During high school in surreal to him. really calm today, Brooks said. In
But now, for the first time since phone yet, it was a safe bet his uncle Ohio, Manley broke both of his legs. The last out was Garrison Brooks. the exhibition game, I was really
enrolling at UNC, working out Raymond Felton had already texted Now, he had put up nine points and Before Friday night, the last two nervous. But today, I decided in my
over the summer and scrimmag- him a congratulations. eight rebounds in 14 minutes. Tar Heels to start in their debuts mind it was just basketball.
ing Memphis in secret, Barton Its a blessing, he said. Joel Seeing the fans and people call- were Wayne Ellington and forward The three players, who are room-
College at home and three more just told me to take it all in, take it ing out your name and stuff that Brandan Wright in 2007. Felton and mates, exited through the same
North Carolina schools for charity, one play at a time, try to be the best really got to me, he said. People Brooks now hold that honor. glass door they came into. For the
Jalek Felton, Sterling Manley and defender and set the tone from the saying, Sterling! Sterling! when Im Brooks put up 14 points on 5-6 first time in their careers, they had
Garrison Brooks gave their answers beginning. about to run an out-of-bounds play. shooting and six rebounds. He participated in shoot-around, ran
to these questions. The 6-foot-3 guard had five That got me. scored the teams first four points out of the Smith Centers tunnel and
Felton was first. Wearing a T-shirt points in 22 minutes of play. He shot Three of Manleys rebounds came and hit Maye for two easy layups stepped onto the court as Tar Heels.
featuring a young Michael Jordan 1-3 on 3-pointers and scored his first on the offensive end. He shot 3-5 on in less than one minute while There were positives and, as Roy
and a black jacket with No. 23 on it, career field goal on a spin move that free throws, and he drew multiple he worked out of the high post. Williams emphasized, still plenty
he chose a stool in the far corner of began outside the paint and ended fouls on Northern Iowa while fight- Williams may have been most happy of problems that needed work.
the interview room. He figured out he with a soft right-hand scoop. He ing for position down low. Even with Brooks when he hit the floor Regardless of performance, one
was getting the start at point guard added two steals and one assist. though he and head coach Roy for a loose ball, something he didnt thing was clear.
over sophomore Seventh Woods just By this point, Manley had sat down Williams agreed he still needs to do in the scrimmages last Sunday. Their first chapter was complete.
moments before the game started. at a nearby table and stretched out his work on his floor running, it was all You know what? I was actually sports@dailytarheel.com

Cherry and Kea Defense delivers for


orchestrate comeback womens soccer
WOMENS SOCCER (NCAA FIRST ROUND) nent had zero in all three of those categories.
WOMENS BASKETBALL The second goal of the game came in
NORTH CAROLINA 3 the 39th minute off one of those many cor-
NORTH CAROLINA 87 HIGH POINT 0
ners. North Carolina had been had been
ricocheting the ball off the Panther defense
COLORADO80 in search of a score deep in the box, until
By Jack Frederick junior Julia Ashley followed a rebound
By Holt McKeithan Staff Writer from a Kate Morris shot, powering the ball
Staff Writer into the left corner of the goal. Morgan Goff
CARY At this point in the season, any piled on another goal in the 69th minute
All things considered, the win be it a nail-biter or a blowout is after a cross from Elinsky and a header
comeback seemed improbable. good enough for a team to survive. from Madison Schultz.
At halftime, the North The No. 1-seeded North Carolina wom- While the UNC offense was thriv-
Carolina womens basketball ens soccer teams chose the latter in the ing, High Points was not. The Big South
team trailed Colorado, 47-32. first round of the NCAA Tournament on Conference champion sat back for much
UNC struggled to score in the Saturday, leaving no doubt about who should of the contest in hopes of preventing any
first 20 minutes and relied on move on in a 3-0 win over High Point. North Carolina scores until the game was
redshirt junior Paris Kea to We dont care if we advance on penalty nearly over. The Panthers did not take a
create offense. Coming off the DTH/NASH CONSING kicks, but its nice to advance by scoring a shot all game, due in part because when
heels of a Friday loss in the sea- North Carolina guard Jamie Cherry (10) passes the ball during a couple goals, head coach Anson Dorrance they did push for a goal, the Tar Heel
son opener to Hampton, which game against Colorado on Sunday afternoon in Carmichael Arena. said. Its nice to not have an injury, so we defense wouldnt allow it.
competes in the MEAC, North feel really good about all of this. The whole No one is going to get through us,
Carolinas situation seemed dire. We were calling plays for ment on an overtime posses- point right now is just to advance and so Ashley said. We have each others backs
Head coach Sylvia Hatchell these two to get shots, Hatchell sion when Kea caught a pass after every NCAA game if we are advancing, constantly and our chemistry is great.
had a message for her team. said, and they produced. on the left block and posted up Im going to be happy. The defense put up its 12th shutout of
I tried to challenge them The pair ended up combining her defender. UNC (16-2-2) entered Saturday with a the year while allowing no shots or cor-
to compete harder and just for 34 points and seven assists Latta prophetically screamed 125-12-3 record in the NCAA Tournament. ners. The last time the program allowed
correct a few things defen- after halftime. A clutch play at the Tarboro native from the In the 36-year history of the tournament, zero shots in a game was on Oct. 17, 2013,
sively, she said. It was about from Cherry put North Carolina sidelines: Oh yeah, buckets! the Tar Heels have never missed the post- against Syracuse in a 1-0 win. The defenses
rebounding and challenging ahead late in the game. Buckets! Kea turned around season or lost in the first round of the tour- impressive performance was part of the
them to have the heart and pas- With 18 seconds left in the and laid it off the glass over the nament. But they knew history wouldnt reason the game never drew close, and
sion to compete harder. fourth quarter and the Tar Colorado guard for two of her guarantee an easy win. that group expected to be a crucial part of
The team took that mes- Heels down, 72-71 Cherry seven overtime points. I think we have such great potential for whether the team continues to advance.
sage to heart. North Carolina received a pass from Kea at the UNC would go on to win, our team and I would hate to see it go to Its definitely crucial to shut down the
came out of the locker room top of the arc. She stared down 87-80, in overtime. With the waste, senior Abby Elinsky said. So I think attack of the other side and make their
re-energized, gained a siz- her defender and let it fly. absence of the injured Destinee we should capitalize on all our chances and forwards really work for anything, Elinsky
able rebounding advantage Every time I pass it off to Walker and Stephanie Watts, really come out to play and not leave any- said. Defensively its just one missed step,
and threw Colorado off with a Jamie, I know Im getting an Kea and Cherry knew that as thing behind each game. one anything, one miscommunication and
2-3 zone. The Buffaloes didnt assist, Kea said. veteran leaders, they needed to In an early afternoon match at WakeMed being taking advantage of and that can be
score a field goal for over three Swish. Cherry drained the step up. Soccer Park, North Carolina came out and the margin of error.
minutes during a third-quarter shot that put the Tar Heels up They definitely bring a worked hard to create as many chances to The Tar Heels wont be awarded more
drought. two, and Kea got her assist. lot to the table, Kea said of win as they could. An aggressive first several room for error moving forward, but they
North Carolina began to She tapped three fingers to her Walker and Watts. I know minutes of the match lead to an Elinsky goal will have another chance to survive and
chip away at the Buffaloes lead. left temple in celebration with them out, me and Jamie in the sixth minute, her second of the season advance on Friday in the second round
Senior guard Jamie Cherry one finger for each point she have to play for a whole forty into the upper right corner of the goal. of the tournament. Theyll the winner of
scored twice in the first three just put on the board. minutes, or more. I just saw a look at the goal and took it, a Nov. 12 match between Colorado and
possessions of the second half, However, that shot wasnt Hatchell recognized their Elinsky said. A big factor in these tourna- Denver. One game at a time, UNC will
and then hit Kea streaking on enough to put North Carolina importance as well. ment games is to score first and score early. continue to prove their worth in search of
a fast break for an and-one fin- up for good. The following pos- Theyre our leadership, Before Saturday, the team hadnt been another national championship.
ish. With less than two minutes session, Colorado converted on she said. You know Jamie is able to score in the first half in recent win Each game were going to play elevating
left in the third quarter, the Tar a layup that sent the game to our only senior and, right now, against N.C. State in the ACC semifinals and competition, Dorrance said. I mean the
Heels had come within two, but overtime. Paris is our only junior. Theyre Duke in the ACC Championship, relying NCAA designed it that way The next game
two late threes from Colorado In overtime, Kea proved to two great players, and young on late-game goals to win. That wasnt so will be harder than this game. If we survive
gave it a 59-51 lead entering the be too much for the Buffaloes kids look to them. against the Panthers, as UNC created oppor- that one, the game following that will be
fourth. just like she had all game. They have to put the team tunities off 10 corners for the half, including harder than the game before it and thats the
At that point, Cherry and Ivory Latta, a former Tar Heel on their back at the end. six in the first eight minutes of the game. way its going to be from here on out.
Kea entered full takeover and 2006 ACC Player of the @holtmckeithan UNC eventually finished the game with 24 @_JACKF54_
mode. Year, gave voice to that senti- sports@dailytarheel.com shots (10 on goal) and 17 corners. Its oppo- sports@dailytarheel.com