A lesser-known Black Friday

Almost all U.S. citizens know of Black Friday, the day when large retailers offer amazingly generous deals, resulting in malls packed full of oppor-tunistic shoppers; however, “Black Friday” didn’t always refer to a yearly consumer craze, but a gold scandal […]

A Look at Carrboro Segregation

Subarus smattered with Bernie Sanders bumper stickers, moms coming out of yoga in peace sign shirts and little boys running around Weaver Street Market in princess dresses; the slogan of the Town of Carrboro reads “feel free.” Local food markets […]

BTS: a Look at One Acts

December 14 through 16, the JagTheatre put on a series of performances in Carrboro High’s Blackbox Theater. A product of roughly two months of preparation, the performances—called One Acts—carried on an annual tradition. One Acts have always been student-led; responsible […]