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Deunta Williams’ senior season was derailed by a suspension and a career-threatening injury. Williams has had
this week's NFL Draft on his mind for the past four months as he returns to health, and now he is…

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Deunta Williams, above, enjoyed four seasons on the field for UNC. Above left, he returns an interception against Boston College in 2009. Above center, he sits injured at the Music City Bowl. Above right, he rehabs his right foot.

By Jonathan Jones Collins had to see her son. The senior safety, who had arrived in Chapel Hill in 2006.
Sports Editor already served a four-game suspension and was a few The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game was UNC’s chance to
months away from this week’s NFL Draft, had been carted show the nation during prime time that it was a national
Danine Collins had never seen her son get injured in a off the field. He underwent X-rays on his ankle after his championship contender. The Tar Heel defense was touted
football game. foot was turned to the 7 o’clock position just 10 minutes as one of the best in the nation, and Williams was one of
All the Saturday morning Pop Warner games, the into the first quarter of the bowl game. four members of the defense whom ESPN draft analyst
middle school games, the Friday nights at White Oak High To Deunta’s mother, it seemed like three hours to weave Mel Kiper said was one of the top five returning seniors at
School and the Saturday afternoons at Kenan Stadium — through security and finally get to her son, who was sitting his position.
never had she seen Deunta Williams injured. on the trainer’s table and looked up at his mother when But two nights before the game, the Tar Heels found
He was down on LP Field in December’s Music City she entered the room. out they would be playing without Williams and 12 others
Bowl, but Collins believed her boy would get up just like “I’m OK,” Williams told her. “It’s in God’s hands.” following the NCAA investigation into possible improper
every other time. Then, he banged his hands on the field She knew everything was going to be all right. relations with agents along with the University’s probe
and fear gripped his mother. into academic misconduct.
She didn’t watch the trainers tend to her son. Instead September 4, 2010 After Thursday’s team meeting, Davis asked all the
she grouped together with family among the thousands of
Tennessee fans and prayed in the stands. It was the biggest game since head coach Butch Davis See Williams, Page 5

Journalism school names dean finalists Initiative aims to fix

Candidates show a track Carol Pardun, of
the University of
John Pavlik
dealt with a 15
Perlmutter , of
registration problems
record of facing budget South Carolina, percent budget the University of A new system will In the past, graduate grades,
will have her open cut at Rutgers. He Iowa, will have which are H, P or L and not A
cuts, finding funding. forum Wednesday will have a forum a forum today ensure undergraduates through F, were not compatible
at 2 p.m. in May 5 at 2 p.m. in at 2:45 p.m. in with an undergraduate GPA, so
By C. Ryan Barber Gerrard Hall. Gerrard Hall. Gerrard Hall. receive proper credit. while undergraduates received
University Editor course credit for graduate classes,
Victoria Cook their scores didn’t figure into
As another state appropria- 30 viable candidates, the three Kenan-Flagler Business School mendation to Carney and Thorp. Staff Writer their GPAs.
tions cut threatens to pinch the will visit campus in coming weeks and chairman of the 11-member Although Carney said he But at the end of the fall
School of Journalism and Mass for public forums and further search committee. “You can either expects the school’s next dean to Undergraduate students semester, the Office of the
Communication’s ability to remain interviews, with Perlmutter’s visit simply reduce things as the public come from the list, he acknowl- sometimes take graduate cours- University Registrar filled out
relevant in an ever-evolving media beginning today. funds are eliminated, or you can edged that Dean has been in es, though often they aren’t sup- more than 600 grade change
industry, the school’s dean search With each finalist, the com- find private funds to enhance the talks with professionals in the posed to. forms for undergraduate stu-
committee selected three finalists mittee has offered Chancellor programs. broadcasting industry. And their grade point averages dents to translate their graduate-
well-versed in making the most of Holden Thorp and Executive “We were looking for someone “The issue is that the three don’t reflect the type of grades class scores into usable grades.
lean budgetary times. Vice Chancellor and Provost who could do both.” people we’ve got are more on the those classes give. At its April 13 meeting, the
In an email to faculty Thursday, Bruce Carney a distinct vision Carney and Dean said the list academic side than on the profes- But a new Educational Policy committee discussed how to pre-
the school unveiled former fac- for the school, whose endeavors of finalists is by no means exhaus- sional side,” Carney said. “I don’t Committee initiative aims to vent the grade mismatch prob-
ulty member Carol Pardun of to keep pace — or take the lead tive, as the search will stray from want to leave any stone unturned.” ensure that students only take lem in the future.
the University of South Carolina, — with changes to the journal- the three if none are the best fit. He added that an extension to classes if the teacher or depart- Bobbi Owen, senior associate
John Pavlik of Rutgers University ism field will require alternative “If our decision or the provost’s the search would likely require ment says they’re qualified to. dean for undergraduate education
and David Perlmutter of the sources of funding. decision is that we haven’t seen an interim dean, as Folkerts is The policy would also ensure in the College of Arts and Sciences,
University of Iowa as finalists to “They’ll be making hard deci- the best candidate, then we’ll looking to step down June 30. that undergraduates approved said the change is long overdue.
succeed Jean Folkerts as dean. sions about what to keep and what keep going,” said Dean, whose for graduate classes get quality
After emerging from a field of to cut,” said Jim Dean, dean of the committee will submit a recom- See journalism dean, Page 5 point credits for their work. See graduate classes, Page 5

Today’s weather
FOREIGN TARPEGGIOS This day in history
SCHOLAR DEBUT APRIL 25, 1929 Exactly as it was
May 4, 1879
TENNIS WINS J.J. Kim will return to The Tarpeggios, UNC’s A debate between UNC H 87, L 65
ACC TITLE South Korea after a newest a capella group, and University of Virginia
The women’s tennis year of doing media reflect on its inaugural year, students was broadcast on Tuesday’s weather
team won the ACC research at the which saw its a Richmond radio station. It
Championship journalism school. debut performance earlier was the first UNC debate to mind-blowing
Sunday. Page 12. Page 6. this month. Page 6. air on the radio. H 81, L 65

(Design) is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.
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The Daily Tar Heel DAILY Easter Sunday

Established 1893
118 years of editorial freedom Men drop $5,000 on taxi ride

SARAH FRIER From staff and wire reports
EDITOR-in-chief wo men provided a cab driver the fare of a lifetime — a $5,000
STEVEN NORTON cross-country ride from New York to Los Angeles.
Managing editor Investment banker John Belitsky and his friend Dan Wuebben
jarrard cole wanted to do something “magical,” Belitsky said, so they found cab
visual Managing editor driver Mohammed Alam at LaGuardia Airport and struck him with the deal.
C. Ryan barber The six-day trip covered 2,448 miles and included a stop in Las Vegas, where
university EDITOR the men won more than $2,000 playing craps and blackjack. Belitsky wrote on
VICTORIA STILWELL Twitter the men “woke up Alam to a shower of $100 bills at sunrise.”
CITY EDITOR The driver said a friend will help him make the drive back to the East Coast.
Tarini Parti A New York blog estimated the trip would have cost $17,000 if the meter had
Nick Andersen
Arts Editor NOTED. An Ohio man charged with barking QUOTED. “I’ve never seen anyone post a crime at a police dog is fighting the city law that on Facebook.”
linnie greene prevents taunting the canine units. — Attorney Richard Kuniansky, after his cli-
diversions editor The client’s attorney said barking and hiss- ent confessed to helping rob a Texas bank and DTH/Logan Savage

ing at a police dog, like the man did earlier bragging about it the next day on Facebook. onsignor John Wall prepares the Eucharist at
jonathan jones this month, represents free speech. “U HAVE TO PAST THE LINE
The police report from April 3 quotes the SOMETIMES!! TO GET DIS MONEY!!” one the Newman Catholic Student Center’s 11 a.m.
lauren mccay intoxicated man as saying “the dog started it.” of his client’s posts read. Easter mass Sunday. The center was overflow-
photo co-editors ing, leaving people standing along the walls and even out-
side in the warm and humid weather.
emily evans, jenny smith
ONLINE EDITOR n An intoxicated suspect debit cards, a driver’s license, an and a third watch valued at jumped off a parking deck and Old Navy wallet valued at $15 $200, reports state. today Time: 9 p.m.
kelly mchugh injured himself at 1:54 a.m. and $60 in cash, reports state. Location: Cat’s Cradle, 300 E. Main St.,
Pie a Pi Chi: Pie selected members of
design editor Saturday at 150 E. Rosemary St., n Someone reported that his the Lambda Pi Chi sorority in the face Carrboro
according to Chapel Hill police n There was a disagree- lunch was stolen between 11:10 for $1, with some of the proceeds
Ryan kurtzman reports. ment between a hotel guest a.m. and 11:25 a.m. Thursday at
graphics editor and a housekeeper at 1:23 a.m. 606 Estes Drive, according to
going to the Red Cross. TUESDAY Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
n An intoxicated person Saturday at Aloft Chapel Hill at Chapel Hill police reports. Documentary night: Watch student-
ZACH EVANS, RACHEL SCALL Location: The Pit made documentaries, including
multimedia editorS kicked and damaged another 1001 S. Hamilton Road, accord- The stolen consumable food- person’s front door at 3:41 a.m. ing to Chapel Hill police reports. stuffs valued at $3 were recov- “Bathroom Texts,” “Mr. Enthusiasm,”
Holocaust remembrance: Take a “Rastafarianism,” “The Making of ‘Kind
allyson batchelor Saturday at 500 Umstead Drive, ered, reports state. shift reciting the names of Holocaust
special sections editor according to Chapel Hill police n Someone entered an of Blue’” and “Health Care.” victims during N.C. Hillel’s 16th an- Time: Swain Hall, Room 1A
reports. unlocked car and removed a n A suspicious person
nual 24-hour Reading of the Names
Damage to the front door was purse between 7 p.m. Thursday approached people in a parking Location: 5 p.m.
ceremony and learn about modern
TIPS valued at $200, reports state. and 6 a.m. Friday at 207 lot at 12:31 a.m. Sunday at the genocides.
Pittsboro St., according to intersection of Legion Road and Islam speaker: Religious studies
Time: Noon Monday to noon Ph.D. candidate Zahra Ayubi will
Contact Managing Editor Someone forced open the
n Chapel Hill police reports. Ephesus Church Road, accord- Tuesday
front door of the Sigma Chi The $100 purse contained ing to Chapel Hill police reports. lecture on the roles and practices in
Steven Norton at Location: The Pit fraternity house at 12:10 a.m. Motorola telephone equipment medieval Islamic mysticism as a part
with news tips, comments, corrections Friday, according to Chapel Hill worth $100, credit and debit n Someone stole a license of the Islam in the Global Context
or suggestions. Zebrafish lecture: Stanford Speaker Series.
police reports. cards and $5 in cash, reports plate between 12 a.m. April 18 University developmental biology
Damage to the front door was state. and 12 a.m. Thursday at 113 Time: 6 p.m.
Mail: P.O. Box 3257, professor William Talbot will discuss Location: FedEx Global Education
Chapel Hill, NC 27515
valued at $100, reports state. Grant St., according to Chapel glial development and myelination
n Someone broke into a Hill police reports. Center, Room 1005
Office: 151 E. Rosemary St. in zebrafish.
Sarah Frier, Editor-in-Chief, 962-4086 n Someone entered an residence by forcing open a back The stolen license plate was Time: Noon
Advertising & Business, 962-1163
News, Features, Sports, 962-0245 unlocked car and took property door at 2:22 p.m. Friday at 22 valued at $15, reports state. Location: Medical Biomolecular To make a calendar submission,
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at The Daily Tar Heel for $.25 each. according to Chapel Hill police Stolen items include com- sticks between 7 p.m. and 7:40 the subject line, and attach a photo if
Please report suspicious activity at our Hip-hop concert: Texas rapper
distribution racks by emailing reports. puter software valued at $1,400, p.m. Thursday at 1749 Dobbins Devin the Dude will perform, along you wish. Events will be published in Stolen items include a UNC a Pilot watch valued at $400, Drive, according to Chapel Hill with CunninLynguists, Homeboy
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Programs for kids face cuts UNC system cut

By Eric Pesale
Staff Writer
prepare children from birth to
enter grade school.
to preschool children,” said Todd
LoFrese, assistant superintendent
said its hands-on teaching is
enlightening for many children.
more than others
More at Four provides a pre- for support services for the district. “It really helped not only to
Two early childhood develop-
ment programs used in Orange
school setting for four-year-olds at-
risk of school failure. It would be
“Identifying what resources
those kids need in providing them
develop an academic readiness
for school but also a social readi-
Universities may absorb children,” Robertson said in an
County could face cuts of up to
20 percent if the N.C. House of
moved from the state Department
of Public Instruction into the
an early start is critical to ensur- ness for school,” Nicholson said. a greater hit than K-12 Jay Schalin, a senior writer
ing their successes later on in their “For me, it helped my child for the John William Pope
Representatives’ budget is passed. Division of Child Development. schooling and eventually their life.” who wasn’t in day care to catch and community colleges. Center for Higher Education
The budget proposal designed Smart Start’s health-related The Orange County up on the social skills he missed Policy, a nonprofit institution
to counter a deficit of at least $2.4 programs would be eliminated. Partnership for Young Children while being home with me.” By Elizabeth Johnson dedicated to improving higher
billion could result in major cuts Between 2,000 and 4,000 administers both programs, and One Duke University study Staff Writer education in the state, said the
for both Smart Start and More at student slots for Smart Start and Executive Director Margaret found third-graders in counties variance in cuts is justified.
Four pre-kindergarten programs. More at Four would be cut, said Samuels said a 20-percent cut that received more funding for Public education officials in The public education system
As a result, the programs will N.C. Rep. Verla Insko, D-Orange. would affect how it identifies and Smart Start and More at Four the UNC system, community does not have access to alterna-
likely be privatized. The subsidy program already has serves children in need. programs performed better on colleges and K-12 schools are tive funding sources like the
“(Private centers are) rated, a 45,000-member waitlist. “Given the success of these standardized tests and had lower bracing for deep budget cuts. university system does, such
they’re inspected and they’re Sanderson said government-run programs, none of this makes any special education placement rates But exactly how deep they will as tuition and endowments,
just really good programs,” said childhood programs will be trans- sense that these programs are than counties that did not. be and who will bear the greater Schalin said.
Norman Sanderson, R-Craven, ferred to the private sector, such as being reduced as much as they “In many ways those first three burden is still uncertain. “If you just look at who’s
who is vice-chairman of the N.C. to private day cares, to create less are,” she said. “These are long- years set up the academic, eco- A proposed budget calls for a going to get the bigger cut,
General Assembly’s appropria- of a burden for taxpayers. standing programs that helped nomic and social success of a child 17.4 percent cut in state funding you’re probably going to look at
tions subcommittee on education. Chapel Hill-Carrboro City get our community to where it is, for their lifetime,” Insko said. “If for UNC-system schools, an 8.8 the UNC system,” he said.
“We know (Smart Start and Schools district received about and losing these programs can they have deficits during those first percent cut for K-12 education “K-12 is focused on educa-
More at Four) are necessary … so $450,000 from More at Four to jeopardize children’s successes as three years, they’re very difficult and a 10 percent cut for com- tion, whereas UNC does many
we’ll look at the private sector.” subsidize pre-kindergarten edu- they go through school.” and very expensive to make up.” munity colleges. other things, such as hospi-
Smart Start is geared for chil- cation in 2010-11. Hillsborough resident Laura In the past legislators have tals, independent centers and
dren less than six years old and “Generally we’ll see a reduction Nicholson has two children who Contact the City Editor worked with administrators to research,” Schalin said.
provides support services that on what we’ll be able to provide went through More at Four, and at preserve the University system’s “This recession is giving the
budget, so this year’s dispropor- University the opportunity to
tional proposed cuts in the edu- do some needed restructur-


cation sector are creating a stir. ing without drastically hurting
“After our discussions with the the system,” Schalin said. “The
House leadership, we hoped we’d UNC system should look at this
be treated fairly,” said Hannah as an opportunity to do some
Gage, chairwoman for the UNC- very needed house cleaning.”
system Board of Governors. But Gage said officials in dif-
“I think everyone is disap- ferent education sectors need to
pointed that the University’s work together to advocate for
cuts are so much larger than lower cuts to the entire educa-
the community colleges’ and tion system’s budget.
K-12,” she said. “I would certainly not want
However, despite the com- to take from K-12 to even it
paratively lower cuts to K-12 out,” Gage said.
education, its defenders are But if the proposed cuts are
also upset about the proposed approved, they will severely
budget. inhibit the University’s programs.
Kyle Robertson, president “You don’t chop $1 billion
of the N.C. Parent Teacher plus and not expect to see a
Association, said her office is slide toward mediocrity,” she
still reviewing the proposed cuts. said.
“We do have grave concerns
about the impact the cuts will Contact the State & National
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Protesters marched three miles across Chapel Hill Friday supporting immigration reform as part of the Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace. covered. For the past few weeks, Things to look for
we’ve debated headline position,

Advocates fight for undocumented immigrants’ rights shades of blue and red, column
width and other details of the
Centered headlines
All corrections can be
newspaper’s design.
found on page 2
By Chelsey Dulaney But the walk through Chapel Hill was
“They’re criminalizing Our goals for this new design
Staff Writer only one portion of the group’s pilgrimage. were threefold: to make the Left-aligned text instead of
A group of advocates visited cities across immigrants. If we don’t paper more engaging for our justified
Alicia Torres stopped believing in the North Carolina last week for the Pilgrimage
American dream the same day she realized for Justice and Peace, a 25-year tradition do something, it’ll just get readers, to better accommodate
our content and to update our New score lines on sports
she wouldn’t become a nurse in the United that raises awareness for issues like work- worse.” overall look. stories
States. ers’ rights, immigration reform and fair To reach these goals, we’ve
Torres, a local undocumented immi- trade policies. Gail Phares, added more space around Bolder colors, including
grant, moved to the U.S. with her family During the past 10 years, the focus of the founder, Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace stories, made text left-aligned “Not N.C. State Red” for
when she was 6 years old because the econ- pilgrimage has turned toward the treat- instead of justified and intro- emphasis
omy in her town was at a standstill. Her ment of Latin American immigrants. local law enforcement the authority to duced longer “read-ins” to give
parents, like many immigrants, believed “They’re criminalizing immigrants,” said enforce immigration violations. more information than head- A new typeface for our
America was the land of opportunity. Gail Phares, founder of the pilgrimage. “If “Recently it’s become a way for sheriffs to lines alone. sans-serif elements
After she received a college degree from we don’t do something, it’ll just get worse.” make a lot of money,” Phares said. “They’re We’ve also brought back the New “read-in” text to give
Stephen F. Austin State University, Torres One-eighth of Carrboro’s adult popula- filling our jails, and they get money for put- bottom quote. This feature,
found out she would not be able to take her tion is Latino, and the town has been cen- ting these immigrants in jail.” which alumni may remember, more information than head-
nurse licensing exam because she was an tral to these struggles. Many area undocu- Rocha-Goldberg said undocumented adds a light-hearted element lines alone
undocumented immigrant. mented immigrants work as day laborers immigrants are often targeted by police to our top news page. The The return of the bottom
“I realized I wouldn’t get there, that all to support their families and are often paid officers for small infractions, leaving them quote will be selected by a
my hard work had meant nothing because I below minimum wage or not at all. vulnerable to arrest and deportation. quote, a front-page staple
member of our staff each night
was undocumented,” she said. “As a person, Phares said U.S. trade policies like the “They’re afraid because every time they and will be exclusive to the many alums will recognize
I had no value because I didn’t have a Social North American Free Trade Agreement go out they might be sent to jail,” she said. print edition. Incorporation of the ink-
Security number.” have led to many of the problems that Latin “They have to work, and every morning You may wonder why we’re
well logo in print and online
Torres and a diverse group of about 30 American immigrants now face. they go outside they’re scared to do it. launching the new look at the
others gathered Thursday on the steps of “Our trade laws bankrupt small farmers Under this legislation, there is no progress.” end of the semester. We’ve real-
South Building to raise awareness of the in Latin America, and that’s why they’re Although the pilgrimage does help to ized the benefits of it, and want- We heard the advice of DTH
injustices local Latino immigrants suffer. coming here,” she said. “Politicians use raise awareness of these issues, Phares said ed to present it to our readers as staff members and local profes-
Holding wooden crosses that read immigrants as scapegoats. We have some she thinks it will be hard to change them. soon as we were done. This step sionals to get to this point.
“Education for All” and “Take our Country serious economic problems, but (Latino “Right now, its going to be really hard,” represents a great accomplish- But the most important
Forward,” the group spoke out about the immigrants) aren’t the ones that caused it.” she said. “We’re going to need people who ment for our staff. voice is a reader’s. Send us an
struggles immigrants face. Afterward, Pilar Rocha-Goldberg, president and care enough about the issue to do some- Still, we’re always trying new email if you have any questions,
in varying bursts of song, laughter and CEO of El Centro Hispano, said the biggest thing about it.” things to enhance the DTH. comments or suggestions.
silence, the group walked the 2.6 miles struggle local Latinos face is laws that leave We’ll continue to fine-tune our
through Chapel Hill to Carrboro’s El Centro many undocumented immigrants in fear. Contact the City Editor design in the weeks and months Contact the Design Desk
Hispano, a Latino resource center. Legislation like the 287(g) program gives at ahead. at

CAMPUS Briefs candidates in the humanities and

social sciences addressing questions
Student wins fiction award to attend Cornell University in
the fall where he will enter the
Registration for after-school Board of Aldermen that he plans
to retire in late summer or early
for story about point guard care program begins today
Three win ethical, religious of ethical and religious values. university’s MFA creative writing fall.
Twenty-one Charlotte W. UNC undergraduate Adam Price program. Registration for the 2011-12 Stewart is a native of
values research fellowships recently won a fiction prize in the Community Schools After-School
Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation This is his first story to be pub- Burlington and has been the
Three UNC Ph.D. students Fellows were named for the 2011- Intro Journals Project, sponsored lished in a major publication. program opens today. The pro- town manager since September
have won fellowships for their 2012 academic year out of 585 by the Association of Writers and gram operates in all of the schools 2003. He was worked in local
research on ethical and religious applications. Writing Programs, for his story City Briefs in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City governments since March 1974
values from the Woodrow Wilson The Charlotte W. Newcombe about a point guard playing in the Schools district from 2:30 p.m. to and has been a local govern-
National Fellowship Foundation NBA Developmental League. Pittsboro Express Route to 6 p.m.
Foundation continues Charlotte ment manager for more than 34
and the Charlotte Newcombe Newcombe’s lifelong interest in His story, “D-League,” will be continue until August 2012 Tuition will be $215 per month. years in North Carolina, South
Foundation. supporting students pursuing published in an upcoming issue of Chapel Hill Transit and the A $40 registration fee is due Carolina and Virginia.
Kathleen Curtin, Carrie degrees in higher education. Mid-American Review. Chapel Hill Transit Partners, with the registration form, and He said he expects to con-
Duncan and Kathleen Foody were The Woodrow Wilson National Michael McFee, director of the which include the towns of an additional $110 deposit is due tinue living in Carrboro after his
named fellows. Curtin studies Fellowship Foundation awards creative writing program at UNC, Chapel Hill and Carrboro and later. retirement.
English and comparative lit- fellowships to enrich human said most winners of the award the University, have commit- Stewart is a member of the N.C.
erature, and Duncan and Foody resources, works to improve are enrolled in MFA programs at ted to operate the Pittsboro Carrboro manager to retire City and County Management
focus on religious studies. the graduate level, which makes
The fellowships, created in 1981,
public policy, and assists orga- Express Route (PX) until Aug. in late summer or early fall Association and has obtained the
nizations and institutions in Price’s award a special distinction. 17, 2012, working with the town Credentialed Manager designation.
are the nation’s largest and most enhancing practice in the U.S. Price is an English major and of Pittsboro and other interested Carrboro Town Manager Steve
prestigious award for doctoral and abroad. creative writing minor. He plans stakeholders. Stewart has announced to the -From staff and wire reports
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graduate classes arose after the numbering system
for courses changed in 2006,
“It’s basically a procedural mat-
ter,” he said.
said the new system allows profes-
sors to input grades. Those profes-
journalism dean department, he confronted the
New Jersey governor’s cuts with
from page 1 allowing undergraduates to regis- But Perrin, associate chairman sors realized scores weren’t trans- from page 1 new endowments for student schol-
“There are no quality points ter for graduate classes. of the sociology department, said lating for undergraduate GPAs. Carol Pardun arships and faculty development.
associated with them,” she said. The new system allows under- many undergraduates are not “The problem was relevant and By securing gifts from alumni,
“It’s such a different system.” graduates to enroll in 700-level interested in taking graduate level it existed (with Student Central), In Pardun, director of the including endowment gifts of
Owen said the old system could courses, which they don’t techni- classes, so the problem is minor. it just wasn’t being recognized,” USC School of Journalism and more than $300,000, Pavlik said
harm undergraduates who per- cally qualify for. Serena Witzke, president of the Perrin said. Mass Communications, Thorp he was able to help offset that cut.
formed well in graduate classes. “There’s a difference between Graduate and Professional School The change will have to be and Carney have the choice of “I would expect my priorities to
“Those students who you think how the numbering system is Federation, said undergraduates approved by the Faculty Council, an experienced administrator include generating new programs,
would be on the Dean’s List did working and how it’s supposed to should satisfy criteria to take which met for the last time this who has led the journalism pro- endowments and student schol-
not have the benefit of quality work,” she said. graduate courses so they don’t academic year on April 15. grams at Middle Tennessee State arships,” he wrote in an email
points,” she said. Andrew Perrin, a member of drag graduate students down. Owen said she thinks the coun- University and USC. Since taking Sunday while traveling abroad.
She said the new system will the committee, said the easiest Perrin said the grade mismatch cil will approve it. the reins in Columbia, S.C., three
ensure students receive GPA credit, way to handle the issue is to allow came to light after the University “It’s a reasonable request.” years ago, she has confronted David Perlmutter
but also that they only take courses undergraduates to only enroll in switched to the Connect Carolina state appropriations cuts of 43
they have been approved for. these courses with the permission system for the 2010-2011 academ- Contact the University Editor percent — more than double the During his two years as direc-
Owen said that the problem of the department or professor. ic year. Unlike Student Central, the at percentage UNC has faced in the tor of the University of Iowa’s
same span. School of Journalism and Mass

williams Jamie Harper at the end of the

first quarter. Williams timed the
greeted Williams with his cham-
pionship hat and T-shirt along
how to be in the sky or taught the
sun how to set and how to rise
“You don’t know about horrible
budgets until you’ve been in the
Communication, Perlmutter said
he has been forced to prioritize —
from page 1 play perfectly and blitzed off the with several hugs. again?’” Williams said. “So when I state of South Carolina,” she said. especially his time.
players who were in doubt of par- edge in a cover-2 defense, leapt Davis explained to the media looked at that, it kind of makes you “The silver lining in a tight budget About two-thirds of his work-
ticipating to stay afterward. for Harper and tackled him for a that it was a minor fracture of the think, ‘Well who am I to question is it brings your priorities to light.” load concerns fundraising, he said,
“It was three different groups of one-yard loss. fibula, but “the good news is it’s God’s will for my life?’” The selection of Pardun, once a as the school has looked outward in
guys: Guys that definitely weren’t He was back in action and something that’s going to be fix- UNC advertising professor, would the face of state budget cuts.
going to play, guys that were kind ready for the final seven games of able.” April 15, 2011 be reminiscent of the School of “This is an era where you have
of in the middle — that’s where the season. He had no regrets for Williams had a long recovery Dentistry’s dean search, which to look at new sources of support,”
I was kind of at — and guys his actions because he felt he was ahead of him, but just how long Just a day before, Williams had resulted in the hiring of Dr. he said.
that probably are going to play,” clean. And he was smart enough depended on his faith and his will. surgery to remove the screw in his Jane Weintraub earlier this year. In a state with the 30th largest
Williams said. to avoid temptations and not get foot. But rather than taking the Like Pardun, Weintraub left the population, Perlmutter said he
Williams had not been sus- himself into even more trouble. March 31, 2011 pin out of his foot, doctors had to University’s faculty to gain admin- has strived to create philanthropy
pended yet, but he was held “I got invited to Miami prob- take out pieces of it. istrative experience elsewhere. and health communication pro-
out of the game for precaution- ably 10 times since I decided to Nearly three months to the day “My screw broke a little bit “I know the culture of the place, grams that set the University of
ary reasons. Had he played come back,” Williams said. “I since Williams suffered his injury, earlier than they thought it was I know what makes UNC unique,” Iowa apart, luring students, fac-
and later been ruled ineligible, would just tell them ‘no.’ I don’t UNC held its Pro Day in front of going to break, but that can just Pardun said. “That’s a unique per- ulty and outside donors.
North Carolina would have been want to get down with that, I hundreds of NFL scouts. He sat in be attributed to my healing going spective, to have both an outside “Iowa basically is a farm econo-
stripped of the potential win. But want to keep my hands clean and the bleachers for support, hiding a little bit better,” he said. and an inside perspective.” my. We don’t produce people with
UNC lost 30-24 despite the best worry about that when the time his disappointment of not being He walks around his apart- millions of dollars to give to a
efforts of quarterback T.J. Yates comes.” on the field. ment, barefoot on his left foot John Pavlik school,” he said. “We’ve done well
and the other Tar Heels who were Weight rooms, pools and tread- with his right wrapped tightly in last two years I’ve been here
thrust into starting roles. December 30, 2010 mills had been Williams’ life dur- with a blue sock covering the In 2010, a 15 percent state with programs for major giving.
“It would have been another ing his rehab process. His main bandages. He has to keep his foot budget cut was not the worst case “I became so interested in this.”
opportunity to showcase to the Much like two and a half focus was regaining flexibility and propped up, so he sits on his bed scenario but rather the reality for
world how good we were going to months earlier, Williams had to strength in his ankle and he used with his back supported by the Pavlik. As chairman of the Rutgers Contact the University Editor
be,” Williams said. keep calm. calf raises and ankle bounces to wall. He said he’ll be back to 100 journalism and media studies at
“If we would have had all our He touched down in Nashville get that back. percent by June 1.
horses, it probably would have and reflected on his four sea- Williams would backpedal on Williams has plenty of faith,
gotten ugly.” sons at North Carolina — his the treadmill using a special vest both in God and in himself. He
When investigators came to ACC defensive rookie of the year that lifts some of his body weight, believes God will take care of
Chapel Hill, they questioned sev- award, his six interceptions his making him lighter on his feet him, and he also believes he’ll be
eral Tar Heel horses, including junior year and everything that when he runs and putting less selected in the second or third
Williams, Marvin Austin, Robert had transpired in the past season. pressure on his ankle. He spent round of this week’s NFL draft.
Quinn and Greg Little. Now he stood four quarters away four days a week in the weight His mother is in the next room
The latter three eventually from the end of his college career room because he didn’t want to with a box of Mexican food as
were removed from the team for and the next chapter in his life. lose his upper-body size. At Pro her son’s lunch. Collins drives to
violating rules on agent benefits, Williams had gotten into the Day, his arms were measured at Chapel Hill from Jacksonville
preferential treatment and ethi- zone just 10 minutes into the 32 3/8 inches. about once a week, or so often
cal conduct. Williams knew tell- game and knew where Tennessee “When that injury happened, that her car “knows the way here
ing the truth was paramount to quarterback Tyler Bray was going it hurt me so bad. He’s a warrior by itself.”
getting a light sentence from the to throw the ball. The UNC and he’s going to keep his head up She’s been preparing herself for
NCAA. defense was playing a cover 3, and and always be on the positive side, draft night and all the emotions
“I did not think I was breaking Williams started moving toward so I just wish the best for him,” that will come. She’s trying to stay
any rules, so that’s why I was so the intended target as the ball was Burney said at Pro Day. “And I’m calm, but she’s already poured
honest with everything,” Williams snapped. sure when he comes back and through online NFL stores shop-
said. “They asked a lot of ques- Bray went to his empty check, able to do the things he do, it’s ping for what apparel she wants
tions about the other guys and I a short pass to tight end Luke going to be remarkable.” when his name is announced.
didn’t have any answers for them. Stocker, and Williams collapsed Earlier in the month Williams “I know I’m going to be cry-
It was tough because they put you on him. But Williams couldn’t get went to Indianapolis for the NFL ing and thanking Jesus,” Collins
in a bad position to snitch on your his right foot planted correctly on Combine. He watched the other said. “I really can’t imagine, but
friends like that. But fortunately, LP Field, and it slid underneath top safeties compete in front of I will be so happy for Deunta
they weren’t telling me stories. his leg and turned 210 degrees to scouts and got sick to his stom- because this period has been a
I would hear little stuff, but I the 7 o’clock position. ach. Williams didn’t throw up, but trying experience. I know every-
couldn’t confirm that was true As Williams rolled on his back, he had to leave the event early. day wasn’t a good day, but Deunta
and I never asked.” linebacker Kevin Reddick rec- “I was watching these guys always stayed positive.”
The ruling was frustrating for ognized his teammate’s situation competing, and I know my num- Williams watched his injury a
Williams because he felt he was and quickly grabbed Williams’ bers in the back of my head,” few times after it happened, but
innocent of any wrongdoing. For foot and turned it back to its regu- Williams said, “so it was kind of since his rehabilitation started
what he would later call actions lar position. tough just to sit back and watch, he said he hasn’t watched it since
that were “innocent” and “pure,” “He hit my foot trying to stabi- knowing you can do better than then. He’s moved on from the
Williams would have to sit out the lize because my foot was hanging that and everyone would be in injury, and he feels NFL teams
first four games of the season. to the side,” Williams said. “And awe of what you do.” should as well.
“It was difficult, but like I tell I appreciate him for doing that He turned to his Bible and “This is really how I feel: If a
Deunta, nothing happens unless because by the time (trainer) began reading the Book of Job. team passes up on me because of
the Lord allows it,” Williams’ Scott (Trulock) and them came on He read about Job’s tribulations, my injury now, then they lost out.
mom said. “You have to look at the field, I had all the feeling back how he lost every possession and They missed out,” Williams said.
the picture and say, ‘OK he’s not in my leg. So it would have been every loved one, but remained “And that’ll be something I use
on the field, but eventually he’ll be extremely painful for them to do faithful to God. From the book, as fuel when I play them.”
on the field.’” that to me.” Williams drew wisdom.
Williams yelled out twice “God started asking Job, ‘Were Contact the Sports Editor
October 9, 2010 before falling quiet. He knew you there when I taught the clouds at
“football’s a man’s game,” and he
“Anyone who knows Deunta couldn’t be out there “screaming
knows that he is a man of integ- like a little child.” Meanwhile, his
rity, so at any point if he thought teammates watched the replay on
it would have come to this point
or even a suspicion, he wouldn’t
have done it,” Collins said.
the big screen.
“To see a senior and a leader
and an extraordinarily good
One delicious part
of your healthy
A couple of trips to California player that was going to help us in
and some drink tabs cost a game like that go down, I know
Williams a third of his senior sea- everybody was feeling for him,”

son, but he was ready to get back Yates said. “It was a pretty nasty
to Saturdays on the field at Kenan injury, so it shook people up.”
Stadium. The Clemson Tigers The trainers put a splint on his
were his first victims. leg and helped him onto the back
Williams didn’t want to get too of a John Deere Gator. Members
high on excitement and at some of UNC’s secondary approached
points had to calm himself down. him to offer words of encourage-
The NCAA had kept him away ment, but Williams had no time
from the field for too long, in his to be down on himself.
opinion, and he was ready to get “I was telling them to watch
back to form. out for this or that — that’s what
Former UNC player Omar I was trying to do,” Williams said.
Brown had welcomed Williams “I’m trying to make sure we would
and Kendric Burney to California win this game.”
the previous two summers. The After one of the wildest finishes
NCAA said Williams received in the bowl season was complete, 106 W. Franklin St. (next to He’s Not Here)
$1,426 in extra benefits from the Tar Heels walked away with 942-PUMP
Brown, but Williams upholds the a 30-27 victory and went back Mon-Thurs 11:30am-11:30pm
investigators didn’t count it cor- to the locker room, where they Fri-Sat 11:30am-12:00am • Sun Noon-11:30pm
Williams said he and Burney
split the hotel costs while
Williams paid for everything that
he did. Brown would swipe his
card for the hotel and the occa-
sional drink with the two players
paying him back, he said, but the
NCAA saw it differently.
“He bought me and K.B. a
drink, but we bought drinks for
him the other night, so it kind
of equaled out,” Williams said.
“But at the same time I did not
pay him the money back for that
drink because I paid for drinks for
him the other night.”
Four games he had to sit on
the bench. But Collins told her
son not to waste his emotions on
something he couldn’t control.
She would tell him man doesn’t
dictate his destiny, God does.
So when he got back to com-
petition, Williams took his emo-
tions out on Tiger running back
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On the wire: National and world news

Know more on today’s stories:
Libyan rebels say they swift morning shootout that ended
after barely an hour, when about
need foreign help to win 100 pro-Gadhafi fighters retreated
over the sandy hills into Tunisian
NALUT, Libya (MCT) — Fresh territory. They left behind anti-
Courtesy of the tarpeggios from seizing a key border crossing aircraft weapons, rockets, auto-
The Tarpeggios perform “I’m Yours” at Olde Dirty Bash on April 15. from Moammar Gadhafi’s forces, matic rifles and three pickup trucks
rebels in this rugged mountain

UNC sees new

mounted with machine guns,
town said Sunday that they’re win- which the under-equipped rebels
ning a tough and largely unseen were happy to have.
war in western Libya but need for-
eign intervention to finish the job.
Obama expects Rep.
a cappella group
The fall on Thursday of a
Gadhafi military post at Wazin,
on Libya’s southern border with
Paul Ryan to run
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ply route for the rebels and a safety —Eager to start campaigning for
By Jenna Stout start an a cappella group before,” valve for thousands of besieged re-election next year, President
Staff Writer Dunlap said. “Finding students to civilians, who have streamed over Barack Obama is painting Rep.
arrange music was a rarity. This the newly open border carrying Paul Ryan, R-Wis. as his opponent.
Chapel Hill has always had a past year we found the perfect bulging suitcases and colorful Obama professes to like Ryan,
special sound. combination and it was an abso- foam mattresses to seek refuge in but is attacking Ryan as the face
A cappella groups welcome stu- lute blast.” Tunisian towns. of a Republican Party that he says
dents at Sunset Serenade during The Tarpeggios see their mis- On a rare visit by a Western would use the government’s debt MCT/ Adam Baron
the first week of classes. They sing sion as larger than just offering journalist to the remote area since crisis to turn America in a radical Thousands of protesters took to the streets during Friday prayers in
in the Pit, by the Old Well and more musical opportunities for fighting began, rebels described a new direction. Sanaa, Yemen, to demand the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
sometimes even at graduation. interested students, Kuo said.
Their sound got a little louder “In our charter we emphasize
this year with the addition of
UNC’s newest a cappella group,
the Tarpeggios.
a commitment to a high level of
music and diversity in every single
way possible — from serious cho-
After a year of preparation, the rale music to viral internet con-
Asian scholars come more frequently
co-ed vocal group had its first offi- cepts and tasteful radio arrange- By Ana Rocha “This is an ideal place for many
cial performance this month. ments,” he said. Staff Writer of the Asian families because they
“We’ve got something in it for After a fall of preparation and value education so much, and the
everybody,” said Tarpeggio mem- a spring semester of rehearsal, the J.J. Kim and his family put community values education so
ber James Kuo. “Something for group compiled 11 songs for its their life in South Korea on pause much,” she said. “They find this
every kind of audience.” first performance on April 14. to spend a year more than 7,000 area very attractive.”
The group said it hopes to help The group aimed to sell 100 miles from home. For the past school year, Kim
diversify the saturated a cappella tickets for the concert. Quick sales Kim, a visiting scholar at conducted media research at
community on campus. saw the group nearly sell out for UNC’s School of Journalism and the journalism school, but his
“A cappella groups bring its performance in Carroll 111. Mass Communication, is return- exchange visitor visa only allows
a special energy to campus The Achordants performed at ing to Seoul in July, but he’s him to remain in the United
through a love for music,” said the concert, and Porter said that already looking for ways to come States until July.
Chuck Porter, a member of the he was impressed with the new back to the U.S. The contract he signed with his
all-male a cappella ensemble the group. “I would like to stay more company in Korea, Kukmin Daily
Achordants. “The Tarpeggios are very ener- because my wife and kids love this newspaper, also requires that he
“They are like UNC sports — getic and organized,” Porter said. life,” he said. return at the same time.
but more entertaining.” “Everyone in the group is paying From July 2009 to June 2010, Kim said he chose to study at
The road to the first Tarpeggio attention and ready.” 503 scholars came from China Chapel Hill after hearing his col-
concert started in September. The group’s synergy and desire and Korea, a more than 40 per- leagues talk about how great the
The popularity of campus a to present a wide range of music cent increase from the 2005-2006 community is for families.
cappella groups — and the high is foundational in its charter at school year. The countries have “Many Korean visitors, as far
amount of interest from would- UNC, Kuo said. been the top two contributors of as I know, are satisfied with this
be singers — convinced the As they prepare for another foreign scholars to UNC every life because of the nice weather,
Tarpeggio founders that another year, the members are excited for year since 2005. well-organized public education,
group was needed. more singing, they said. Sarah Whang, chairwoman of good security, low price and good
“In all honesty there are a ton of “Everything about the group the Chapel Hill Asian American neighbors,” he said.
talented singers and not enough is so multifaceted, from the most Parent Advisory Council, said Seven of the 11 visiting scholars
spots available,” said Tarpeggio serious song in one mode to a many visiting Asian scholars in the journalism school are from
president Lance Dunlap. ‘Bed Intruder’ song in the next,” move their families to Chapel Hill Korea. Three are from China, and
When Dunlap found students Kuo said. rather than places like New York one is from Finland. dth/Katie Sweeney
willing to arrange music, he found City because they can get a great Kim said the lifestyle in the Jae Joong Kim, Stephano Kim, 6, Ji Yoon Kim, 11, and Jung Mi Choi came
the beginnings of his group, he said. Contact the Arts Editor education at a fraction of the big United States is much more to the U.S. and UNC for one year to learn and improve their English.
“I had thought about trying to at city’s cost. relaxed for him and his wife, Jung
Mi Choi. But adjusting to the area ticket for failing to pull over. school.
was harder than he expected at “In Korea the sirens are very Kim said his family is sad to
first, he said. loud,” he said. “Here there was the leave so soon, but they have made
“I failed to get a driver’s blue light and sirens but I didn’t the most of their short time in the
Once you decide where to pursue education, license, and I was very frustrated hear.” U.S.
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said. “He was very tough, very 11, had a difficult time adjusting miles since we arrived,” Kim said.
a place to live. Should you rent or buy? strict. I asked, ‘Please speak to school stateside, although she The family has been to Quebec,
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purchase? These questions about residential Kim got his license the sec- She couldn’t find the after- in the country.
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at any level with minimal background in ticket. children. “That dream came true,” he
economics and finance. “I drove carelessly, so a police- Ji Yoon said she likes school said.
man chased me, but I didn’t better in the United States than
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Hernandez outplays Blue Devil foe Cunha

By David Adler Duke on April 13 by beating notching his second straight win He said he was happy with the
Staff Writer Cunha in the deciding match. against the Blue Devil. way he played individually and
When the two players met Hernandez controlled points that he didn’t need to work on
CARY — When Jose Saturday in the Tar Heels’ 4-0 with his powerful forehand anything specific in practice other
Hernandez was a freshman, he ACC tournament loss to the Blue throughout the match, hitting than starting to get ready for the
wasn’t good enough to be paired Devils, Hernandez was in com- winner after winner against one NCAA Championships.
against Duke’s Henrique Cunha mand again when the match was of the country’s best players. He “Today, I executed the points
on the tennis court. cut short. also ran down most of Cunha’s very well, I did what (assistant
Hernandez watched from the Hernandez won the first set 6-4 shots and successfully handled the coach Tripp Phillips) told me to
second flight as Cunha, then also and was ahead 4-3 in the second Blue Devil’s powerful serve. do, and it turned out pretty well,”
a freshman, picked apart UNC’s when Cunha rolled his ankle and At one point early in the sec- Hernandez said.
best player, senior Clay Donato, collapsed trying to chase down a ond set, Cunha, who in general is But he was visibly dejected
on court one in the Tar Heels’ Hernandez winner that set up a exceptionally calm on the court, after the team loss. With the rest
regular-season and NCAA tour- break point for the Tar Heel. grew so frustrated by Hernandez’s of the Tar Heels waiting on the
nament matches against the Blue Cunha took a medical timeout play that he screamed and cursed team bus, Hernandez sat alone on
Devils. for his ankle, removed his shoe at himself in Portuguese. a curb in the tennis center’s park-
But as a sophomore in 2011, and sock and was likely about to Hernandez said his success ing lot.
No. 22 Hernandez has been all retire and concede the match. But against Cunha has come as a “It was bad luck, a bad day,”
over No. 7 Cunha in team play. during the timeout, Duke won result of his preparation off the Hernandez said. “But we’ve got
“Jose’s been working hard all its fourth point on court two to court. NCAAs and I still believe in my
year,” coach Sam Paul said. “He clinch the team win. “I’m just fighting a little bit team.”
Dth FIle/Eliza Williams deserves to be where he is.” Instead of Cunha forfeit- more,” Hernandez said. “I’m
Sophomore Jose Hernandez dominated Duke’s Henrique Cunha before Hernandez led UNC to an ing, the match was abandoned working the points more, being Contact the Sports Editor
the match was cut short due to the Blue Devils clinching the victory. emotional comeback win against with Hernandez on the verge of more patient and that’s it.” at

Despite title game loss, Maksym shines in goal

By Justin Mayhew games for the Tar Heels, post- defensive group gave up nine
Staff Writer ing a total of 24 saves during the goals in the half, including an 8-0
weekend. run for the Terps to close out their
As Maryland attacker Sarah Her instinctive play and ability win.
Mollison wrapped around the to deflect shots led the Tar Heels’ But Levy was quick to remove
crease, getting ready to rip defensive effort, which held oppo- blame from Maksym.
a shot at the North Carolina nents to an average of just more “In the second half the goals
goal, sophomore goalie Lauren than four goals per half. that were scored, those weren’t on
Maksym wasn’t thinking about North Carolina tied its second- Maks,” Levy said. “That’s us trying
her lightning-quick reflexes or best performance in goals allowed to create some turnovers, and in
ability to block the ball with her against Virginia on Friday, giving that situation you give up two or
body — she was just relying on up just five goals to the sixth- three goals at the end of the game.
her memory. seeded Cavaliers. “When we’re switching around
“It’s kind of funny—one of our Maksym’s impact was also felt our defense, good teams are going
coaches, Cookie (Kristen Carr), on the offensive side of the ball. to find those outlets. Your oppor-
who was on the team last year, “When you have your defense tunity to create turnovers is right
warms me up so a lot of times I and your goalie make big saves away, if you don’t get that then
actually picture her at the angles and big plays like that it defi- you’re in trouble.”
and just think in my head about nitely fires you up,” senior Corey Maksym certainly didn’t
what we do everyday,” Maksym Donohoe said. receive any help from the UNC
said. “It’s just muscle memory.” “It makes you more motivated offense, which got off only five
Maksym used her memory to as an offensive player to credit shots to Maryland’s 14 in the sec-
anticipate Mollison’s shot, step- that and score a goal for that.” ond half.
ping in front of Mollison’s stick to Maksym fueled the Tar Heels’ But Levy didn’t let one bad
stuff the ball before it could travel first-half performance of the half break her confidence in her
more than a few inches. championship game with eight goalkeeper.
Maksym’s momentum-killing saves. The defense held the “I said this in the beginning of
saves led third-seeded North Terrapins to only three goals, the year, I said it in the middle of
Carolina all the way to the cham- a season-low for top-ranked the year and I’m going to say it
pionship game Sunday, where it Maryland. It was also the first right now, I think she’s one of the
lost 12-7 to first-seeded Maryland. time the Terrapins had trailed at best in the country.”
But Maksym, who was named the half all season. dth/BJ Dworak
to the ACC’s All-Tournament The second half was a differ- Contact the Sports Editor UNC depended heavily on the play of goalie Lauren Maksym in the ACC Championships during the weekend.
team, put on a show in all three ent story, entirely. The Tar Heels’ at She had several key saves in the semifinals against Duke and held a powerful Maryland offense in check.

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Established 1893, 118 years of editorial freedom
EDITorial BOARD members “This is really how I feel: If a team
Cameron Parker Opinion EDITOR,
callie bost
Robert Fleming
Sam Jacobson
Maggie Zellner
Shruti Shah passes up on me because of my injury
Nathan D’ambrosio
Pat ryan associate opinion EDITOR,
Taylor Holgate Greg Smith Taylor Haulsee now, then they lost out. They missed
out. And that’ll be something I use as
fuel when I play them.”
Deunta Williams, senior safety, UNC football team.

Taylor Holgate Featured online reader comment

Editorial Board member
Senior journalism and political science “But, no doubt, these players must
major from Cary.
Email: focus on each game and not the hype.”

CSCSC, on next season’s highly anticipated basketball team.


Underage drinking bad it was to be a UNC basketball

credibility for NC public health

fan this past season. In my
four years I saw the Tar Heels
make it to at least the Elite

In response to the Apr. 18 Eight three times.
editorial “End ALE this year,” As great as those years
I feel that dismantling the were, this past season may
North Carolina Alcohol Law have been the most fun I had

n a world where Google Enforcement division would watching UNC basketball.
search results have value, it harm the public health of the There is something special
is worth it to put time into state. about seeing a group of young,
managing your digital self. We are
all aware of the perils of failing
Editorial The Daily Tar Heel’s lack
of statistics to back up their
talented players transformed
from an amalgamation of

Supreme priorities
to think before you tweet — just position shows they don’t individual talent into a true
ask the UNC football team about care about the public health team.
the infamous Twitter ban — but implications of eliminating Next season could really
students might not realize their ALE or about underage drink- be something special, but
professors and TAs are making ing issues. It’s also clear that don’t fail to appreciate what
it more difficult to maintain an A student ‘public ence representing students
against student government.
that this is a real possibility.
They say they have spoken to
they’ve never interviewed an the team accomplished this
ALE agent. year.
appropriate online reputation.
Blogging, tweeting or other- prosecutor’ is still Students are of course Student Body President Mary If the seller asks for an ID, After all, next year’s prom-
allowed to represent them- Cooper and other leaders
wise debating publicly online for
class credit has become a wide-
needed, even if its selves, but it’s a daunting task. about this undertaking, and
the young person working
with ALE never pushes. They
ise is only possible as a result
of what this year’s team
spread course requirement. Yet strongest advocates Title III is the section of the the consensus is that a public apologize for not having an
ID and walk out. How is that
instructors who make students Student Code that outlines prosecutor is both needed and
post on the Internet could be set- are changing roles. judicial procedures. It is a feasible. coercion? John Tobben
ting them up to have problems in 22-page document that can Students can’t predict when The editorial went on to say Class of ’10

the future. he average student is seem overwhelming at first they will need to challenge ALE develops a culture of fear
The recent proposal to add rather than respect. It’s not ‘Wall of Lies’ is a racist
neither an expert on glance to the average student. student government on a deci-
ENGL 105 — a required four- bad if fear motivates behav- attack on Arabs, Muslims
the Student Code nor It is tough to find anyone sion, and cases against student ior, especially if the modified
hour class which would include a
heavily involved in student familiar with the text, which is government keep its power in behavior allows us to lead lon- TO THE EDITOR:
multimedia or blogging require-
ment — could mean that every- government. And that’s not why Davies’ and Dent’s knowl- check. If students don’t feel ger and healthier lives. Last Monday, UNC’s
one would post on the Internet likely to change soon, which edge of the document comes at like they have the knowledge The DTH needs to inform College Republicans dis-
for credit. is why students who want to a premium. to hold student government itself on the public health played David Horowitz’s
Using the Internet to spread challenge student government Davies’ and Dent’s future accountable, nobody will. model and understand that propaganda piece entitled
information for educational pur- need a permanent position for positions could be an easy out This accountability is alcohol citations are the wrong “Wall of Lies” in the Pit.
poses sometimes makes sense. It a student legal counsel who to abandon their past effort. It already lacking in no small metric to judge preventing The Horowitz Foundation
is impossible to learn about web knows the Code and can repre- could just as easily put them measure because student gov- underage drinking efforts. has a long history of reach-
design or online journalism with- sent them. in the position to effect real ernment seems confusing and We would be better to use ing out to student groups
out using the Internet. rates of alcoholism, alcohol- in order to spread its mes-
And no one has been more change. insular. It is crucial that Davies
But students who are forced related illnesses and the finan- sage of fear, division and
vocal about this than Erik In fact, Davies and Dent and Dent find a way to reform cial burden underage drinking
to discuss things that are contro- thinly veiled racist attacks
Davies and Anthony Dent. both acknowledged that since this inadequate level of advo- puts on our state. The science on the Palestinian, Arab and
versial, or who develop ideas as
they get more information, could Both may now have plans to they are likely to assume cacy while serving with and on says society has many more Muslim communities.
write something that reflects join student government, but student government roles, the Student Supreme Court. public health problems when The College Republicans’
poorly upon them or offends that’s no excuse for them to students won’t have a com- Davies and Dent are cogni- younger people are allowed to agreement to host it should be
someone in the future. You can drop an important effort they petent team of advocates at zant of students’ needs. Their drink. disturbing to those of us who
be pretty sure that employers, cli- have championed. their disposal come next year. prior experience as advocates Current alcohol laws are value equality, social justice
ents or family members are going If both appointments This could be a serious disad- for a plaintiff ’s counsel on the based on science and protect- and constructive dialogue on
to Google you, and they might are confirmed by Student vantage to the student body if court have made them aware ing public health. They aren’t campus.
not like what they find. Congress on Tuesday, Davies Davies and Dent don’t push of what reform is needed. They about young people’s respon- The “Wall” uses a font
I had my own experience with will be the next student body for a permanent position. need to be kept to their word sibility. resembling dripping blood,
required blogging when I enrolled Underage drinking, not the with a masked figure holding
solicitor general and Dent will Davies says one of his first — especially if they transition
in CMPL 121, “Romancing the enforcement of laws, is what’s an AK-47 and a Quran as a
be an associate justice of the initiatives as solicitor general to positions in student govern- costing us money and lives. backdrop, while launching
World.” I chose CMPL 121 because
Student Supreme Court. would be to hire a paid “public ment. I support ALE in their sweeping (yet unsourced)
it fulfilled a general education
requirement and didn’t meet on The solicitor general is prosecutor” — somebody who Without meaningful repre- efforts to make our communi- attacks which paint all
Fridays; I’ll admit that I was not responsible for representing is trained specifically to rep- sentation, students will have ties safer. Palestinians as enemies of
the most dedicated student. student government in suits, so resent students in the Student a much harder time holding Israel and potential terror-
On the first day of the recita- Davies would essentially swap Supreme Court. their own against student gov- Aidil Ortiz Collins ists.
tion, my TA announced that our roles from his previous experi- Davies and Dent both say ernment abuses. Durham Resident Further, it denigrates all
participation grades would be pro-Palestinian, Arab, and
based on posts discussing the Never forget excitement Muslim populations on cam-
readings on a blog she had cre-
ated. She instructed us to create
column of UNC’s run this year pus by suggesting that they
are also enemies of Israel and

The new student activism

profiles with usernames that TO THE EDITOR: cannot be trusted.
made us easily identifiable and Upon hearing of Harrison When the DTH published
to post discussion questions and Barnes’ decision to return the wall as a full page ad in
answers several times a week. for his sophomore season, I March, it was rightfully con-
immediately thought that in demned by N.C. Hillel and

The blog that resulted was
made up of poorly researched ow do you eat a whale? Residence Hall won the many ways next year will be students representing both
posts from students who didn’t That’s an analogy one Environmental Protection like the 2009 season. Jewish and Arab perspectives
care, mixed in with a handful of UNC environmentalist Agency’s National Building Then another thought came on campus as needlessly divi-
thoughtful posts by the students used for the scale of the chal- Competition for energy reduc- to my mind: Only the seniors sive, inaccurate and border-
who did. I deleted my posts after lenge of creating a world with tion, beating out malls and office at UNC will have had been line racist.
I found them in my Google search clean energy and environmental blocks across the country. students during the 2009 Students for Justice in
results a couple of months later. security. And other proposals from campaign. As such, I figured Palestine thanks them for
My experience wasn’t particu- One weekend ago, 10,000 Mark Laichena across the country, such as a I would give all the fresh- their principled stand.
larly damaging, but it does serve students gathered in Washington, Capitol Letters revolving loan fund to support men, sophomores and juniors The College Republicans
to illustrate a larger problem. D.C. for Power Shift, a national cost-effective energy efficiency out there an idea of what to have yet to provide any ratio-
conference hosted by the Energy Junior political science and peace, war improvements, are being imple-
The Internet is more than a pub- and defense major from London, UK. expect. nale for agreeing to host the
lic place — it has a searchable Action Coalition. mented on campus. Watching a team as talented aptly named “Wall of Lies.”
The last time Power Shift was Email: Admittedly, there have been
memory that has the potential to as next year’s will undoubtedly However, as the only
follow you forever. held, back in 2009, Obama had hitches along the way. be fun, but there will also be group on campus which
Discussion among peers is a just been elected president with ing technology, finance and local For all the student and admin- a sense of pressure. Suddenly has embraced its hate-filled
great way to tackle new ideas a host of clean energy promises, organizing, and planning out istration efforts in the energy task you may not be relieved when rhetoric, they owe it to the
and expand your horizons, but and the global climate summit at how to reach their goals. force, it’s been a struggle to find UNC pulls out a close game, campus community to explain
the Internet is not usually a good Copenhagen was just months away. I’m told some Power Shift the woodchip suppliers neces- but instead worried as to why their decision to acquiesce to
forum. Students develop and Little wonder attendees attendees even went door-to- sary to begin the transition from the game was close in the first the Horowitz Foundation’s
change their ideas over time. It thought their task was easy. door in D.C. neighborhoods, coal at the University’s electricity place. request and what they hoped
isn’t fair for professors to force UNC senior Chris Lazinski connecting residents with local cogeneration plant. There is only one outcome to achieve.
students to preserve their process describes the sentiments at the contractors to save them money And a tight schedule for this by which the season will be
of intellectual development — or time, “Now that Obama was in on energy bills through efficiency year’s coal contracts prevented deemed a success: another Ken Norman
even to play devil’s advocate for office, it was like our work was improvements. the University meeting its com- banner. President
ideas they don’t support — pub- already done — we could just sit Their solution-focused activ- mitment to stop buying from Consequently, never fail to Students for Justice in
licly on the Internet. back and wait for our environ- ism is a world away from empty mountain-top removal sources. appreciate just how much fun Palestine
It isn’t realistic to take the mental goals to happen.” slogans, arrests or even vandal- So these successes are just
Internet out of the equation Things didn’t quite pan out ism often associated with small steps forward, after all.
as hoped — the president’s students. But the takeaway message is
entirely, but professors and stu-
dents need to work together to energy efforts didn’t really follow Rather than “fighting the sys- that students can do more than SPEAK OUT
make sure discussion forums are him off the campaign trail, and tem,” these students are working just get “fired up,” whatever one’s Writing guidelines
appropriate for the kind of edu- Copenhagen was an abject failure. within it, in their towns and cit- political orientation. • Please type: Handwritten letters will not be accepted.
cational experience they are try- But if they’ve lost the naive ies, toward realistic policy goals. Each step is a proof point, • Sign and date: No more than two people should sign letters.
ing to create. If a professor insists optimism this time around, stu- And this solution-focused showing that as students, we can • Students: Include your year, major and phone number.
you blog about something you dent environmentalists are dig- activism is taking hold at UNC. act on the power of our ideas and • Faculty/staff: Include your department and phone number.
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determination. Student Body President Mary And that’s not a lesson limited to 250 words.
on the Internet, you might want
to ask them to move the discus- Lazinski came up to D.C. for Cooper among their fiercest to energy and the environment: SUBMISSION
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Tuesday EDITOR’S NOTE: Columns, cartoons and letters do not necessarily represent
Each evening they came back and committed last May to taking Still wondering how to eat that the opinions of The Daily Tar Heel or its staff. Editorials reflect the opinions of
Noah Brisbin reflects on past whale?
ticket policies.
animated, discussing actionable the university off coal by 2020. The Daily Tar Heel editorial board. The board consists of eight board members,
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The Daily Tar Heel Sports Monday, April 25, 2011 11

UNC drops 3rd ACC series men’s tennis sets combined.

The results Sunday surely sports briefs
from page 12 weren’t up to par with what the
“I’ve faced him three or four team had envisioned, and there Men’s golf
By Michael Lananna In the bottom of the first, Emanuel received were more than times, but I’ve never beaten him,” was an air of disappointment North Carolina’s men’s golf-
Staff Writer an infield single by Moran and enough. The left-hander chewed Hardy said on Friday. “And so it’s after the match. ers tied for eighth at the ACC
a walk by Jesse Wierzbicki set through the Hurricanes’ lineup, very sweet to take home a win, get Still, Paul emphasized moving Championship in New London
After Miami rallied late and up a RBI opportunity for left- using a changeup to keep the a little revenge and get to advance on and focusing on the upcoming by scoring a 15-over 879.
took home wins in both games fielder Frank, and the sophomore Miami hitters off balance. When to the next round.” NCAA tournament, which begins Sophomore Michael McGowan
of Saturday’s doubleheader, the answered by ripping a double to Miami made adjustments in the Unfortunately for Hardy and in May. had the best performance for
North Carolina baseball team right field. The hit brought two middle innings, Emanuel made the Tar Heels, neither he nor the “Sometimes you just want some- UNC by placing tied for eighth
made sure to bury the Hurricanes runners home, with one scoring adjustments of his own. team had the same luck against thing too much in life,” Paul said. with a 2-under 214.
early on Sunday. after Miami’s Dale Carey mis- A key to the freshman’s outing Duke. The senior dropped both “And that’s what happened today.” Georgia Tech won the title.
With timely hits from the likes of handled the ball. was his overall pitch efficiency, as of his sets to Chris Mengel — 6-2,
Chaz Frank and Colin Moran, the “As I was heading up to the he finished the game with just 118 6-1 — and the team as a whole Contact the Sports Editor Softball
Tar Heels (32-10, 13-8 ACC) scored plate, I’m thinking, ‘I need to get pitches. only managed to win two singles at
The North Carolina softball
five runs in the off to a good start today. I need to “We were watching his pitch
baseball team closed its home slate on a
first two frames, get on top of them,’” Frank said.
13 lending support “I put a good swing on the ball,
count a little bit,” Fox said. “But
it was pretty special for a fresh- women’s lacrosse That was the difference in the
second half.”
high note by sweeping a Senior
Day doubleheader from Boston
from page 12
UNC  6 to the dazzling and it fell and scored the first two man to get a complete game in Lynch’s four goals highlighted College.
Kent Emanuel. runs. It was a good feeling.” this league. It doesn’t happen very for the first time all season. Becky a Tar Heel attack that was other- The Tar Heels (30-19, 11-6
Miami 5 The freshman Before the first inning could often.” Lynch, who finished the game wise shut down by the Maryland ACC) won game one 4-0 and the
UNC  3 pitcher acted as end, catcher Jacob Stallings drove The last Tar Heel to pitch a com- with four goals and tied a tourna- defense. second game 6-2.
a stopper as he in another run with a single to plete game was current Mets farm- ment record with 11 goals on the North Carolina only had two The opener saw UNC freshman
Miami 1 notched the first right field. That pushed the Tar hand Matt Harvey, who accom- weekend, netted three of them in assists on the game and no other hurler Lori Spingola blank the
UNC  8 complete game Heel lead to 3-0, which was plished the feat May 15, 2010. the first half. Tar Heel scored more than one Eagles (11-27, 5-10 ACC) for her
of his career already the largest UNC advan- The pitching and overall team UNC goalkeeper Lauren goal. Donohoe, UNC’s all-time third complete-game shutout of
and yielded just one run in the 8-1 tage of the series. performance Sunday was a far Maksym recorded eight first-half leading point-scorer, was held to the season.
victory. But the Tar Heels weren’t cry from how the Tar Heels per- saves and held Maryland (17-0) zero goals and one assist. Spingola threw another five
With the win, the Tar Heels sal- done. In the second inning, formed in their 13-6 and 5-3 loss- to a season-low three goals before “They aren’t going to create scoreless innings in game two of
vaged the final game of the series Moran poked a little opposite- es in Saturday’s twin bill. And Fox the break. offense for you,” UNC coach Jenny the double-header and received
and avoided their sixth straight field grounder through the hole said he considers the victory one But then the wheels came off Levy said. “We played into their help from Brittany Robinson, who
ACC loss. between shortstop and third base of the most important of the year. for the Tar Heels. hands in the second half with not went 2-for-3 with a double and
“It was an important part of for a RBI. Then a wild pitch from “You can’t lose back-to-back “We got a little lax, and maybe moving the ball as well. an RBI.
today, scoring runs early in the Miami pitcher E.J. Encinosa series in this league,” Fox said. a little anxious, and kind of com- “The shots that we were getting
first inning and getting some big created a five-run padding that “It can hurt you emotionally and fortable with it,” Lynch said. were being changed … we didn’t
hits with two outs,” coach Mike Miami would never approach. confidence-wise and everything, The momentum changed Track and field
have a lot behind those shots a lot
Fox said. “It took some pressure “I’m never going to complain so this was big for us.” behind tournament MVP of times.” The North Carolina men’s
off us I think, and most impor- about a five-run cushion to start Laura Merrifield of Maryland. The Maryland offense, which
and women’s track and field
tantly, took some pressure off of off the game,” Emanuel said. Contact the Sports Editor Merrifield scored the Terrapins’ leads the ACC with an average of
teams both sprinted to third
Kent.” The eight runs of support at first two second-half goals, the 16.4 goals per game, couldn’t be
place finishes in this weekend’s
second of which kick-started the stifled for more than one half.
ACC Outdoor Championships at
run that ran the Tar Heels out of While Maksym denied the
Duke’s Wallace Wade Stadium.
women’s tennis captains chose me, but I feel that it’s a
team award.” contention. Terrapins eight times in the first
Senior LaToya James earned
from page 12 from page 12 For the co-captains, prevailing During the run, Maryland had half, she could only muster two
one of UNC’s two individual titles
Last year as the No. 1 seed in Not only did Durisic and against tough odds is nothing new. a 6-3 advantage in draw controls saves while allowing nine goals on
with her first-place finish in the
the tournament, the Tar Heels fell Featherston provide crucial wins “Those two both tore their ACL and caused five Tar Heel turn- 14 second-half shots by Maryland.
women’s 400-meter hurdles.
to No.7-seed Georgia Tech in the against FSU, they did so against freshman years,” head coach Brian overs. Those advantages allowed “In the second half we had to
The men’s team was led
final. opponents each had recently lost Kalbas said. “For them to come Maryland to keep the ball out generate more offense, move off
by a medal-stand sweep of
“We were the ultimate favorite,” to when UNC fell 4-2 to FSU in through today for the team as cap- of the hands of North Carolina, the ball, move through each other
the 400-meters. Sophomore
senior Jelena Durisic said. “We the regular-season finale. tains speaks to their leadership.” which scored 33 goals in the pre- and work with each other, and we
Reynaldo Radlin won the event
went undefeated in the (ACC) In that loss, Francesca Segarelli Featherston and Durisic have vious two tournament games. did that,” Maryland coach Cathy
with a time of 51.89, followed by
regular season and came into (last beat Durisic in straight-sets, and been clutch for UNC all season. “Defensively, we really stepped Reese said. teammates Roy Smith and Devon
year’s) tournament basically think- Noemie Scharle narrowly beat Featherston formed a domi- it up,” Maryland midfielder Katie Carter.
ing we already won it in a way.” Featherston. nant doubles tandem with sopho- Schwarzmann said. “We always Contact the Sports Editor
Following that defeat and For the second straight day, more Lauren McHale. The duo is say our defense starts our offense. at - From staff and wire reports
a shocking loss in the regular- Featherston earned the vital ranked sixth nationally.
season finale to FSU (15-7), the singles win. After securing her Durisic had the best overall
talented Tar Heel squad was title-clinching win, Featherston singles record during the season, The Daily Tar Heel Office will be closed April 29-May 8. Any classified
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“I just did not want to have the teammates in celebration. sibility as the lone senior on this at no extra charge.
feeling like we had last year in the “I knew my team wanted this year’s team.
final where we just came short,” and so did I, and I didn’t want to In the end, Durisic said failure
Durisic said. let them down,” Featherston said. was not an option after last sea-
Kalbas, the ACC’s coach of the Featherston was named MVP son’s disappointment.
year, acknowledged that the loss of the tournament for her efforts, “I wanted to do everything New dean for J-school
to FSU instilled the Seminoles not losing a singles or doubles possible for this team, fight until The search for a journalism
with a great deal of confidence, match all weekend. the end, and it just worked out,” school dean is down to three
but also made his own team men-
tally tougher.
“I just happened to come out
with a win today and last night,
Durisic said.
games finalists. See pg. 1 for story.

“We knew how good they were, but everyone stepped up this Contact the Sports Editor © 2009 The Mepham Group. All rights reserved. Walking for justice
we weren’t going to take it for weekend,” Featherston said. “They at
granted,” Kalbas said. Level: 1 2 3 4 About 30 people raised aware-
Featherston was crowned the ness of the struggles of Latino
MVP of the tournament, but
made sure to recognize the contri-
men’s lacrosse Complete the grid
immigrants. See pg. 3 for story.
from page 12 so each row, column
butions of her teammates. and 3-by-3 box (in
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Gina Suarez-Malaguti, who called a timeout to rest his defense. today. See pg. 3 for column.
clinched the ACC quarterfinal “Momentum had clearly swung
against Georgia Tech on Friday. in the other direction,” Breschi Solution to
Thursday’s puzzle State budget cuts
After leading 3-1 in that match, said. “They were clearly gassed
the Tar Heels trailed in all three and Maryland capitalized on State lawmakers could cut from
remaining singles matches before those opportunities.” two early childhood development
Suarez-Malaguti came back from But a timeout would not be programs. See pg. 3 for story.
a four-game deficit to end the enough to stop the Terrapins.
Yellow Jackets’ comeback. Soon Owen Blye scored two Terps down Tar Heels
“I feel like I did things I really straight goals to tie the score.
UNC goalie Lauren Maksym
didn’t think I was capable of The Terrapins weren’t satisfied
shone in the women’s lacrosse
doing, especially with the con- with just a tie. Catalino, whose six-
team’s loss. See pg. 7 for story.
fidence I had,” Suarez-Malaguti goal performance led Maryland to
said. its ACC semifinal win against UNC
last year, scored the game-winning dth/bj Dworak
At first singles Sunday, sopho-
goal for the Terrapins. Nicky Galasso recorded two assists,
more Zoe De Bruycker posted a
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6-2, 6-1 rout in her final match. “I was moving a lot in the
The Tar Heels won a con- crease all game and they were the Tar Heels couldn’t find the back
ference that Kalbas says will staying with me,” Catalino said. of the net in the fourth quarter.
likely field nine or 10 teams in the “But it’s just that one time at the

NCAA tournament, and currently end that they lost me.” by the Terrapins and an epic col-
holds seven spots in the top 25. Catalino was able to get free lapse by the Tar Heels.
“For us to win this tournament and catch the ball just outside the “We know the ball can’t roll your
is a tribute, especially because crease and to the left of Rastivo. way the whole game,” Catalino
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dth/Erin Hull
North Carolina first singles player Zoe De Bruycker helped the Tar Heels to their first ACC tournament title since 2002 by winning her match against Florida State’s Katie Rybakova 6-2, 6-1.

leaving it on the court

WOMEN’S tennis: Florida State 3, UNC 4 inside the match
UNC women’s tennis ed wins from four of their six
singles players to prevail.
UNC co-captains win crucial matches
capture elusive ACC title “I had each person look me to give team ACC title.
in the eye and tell me they were
with thrilling win. going to give me everything they By Zach Hamilton
had, and leave it all on the court,” Staff Writer
By Jonathan LaMantia UNC coach Brian Kalbas said.
Staff Writer When four Tar Heels out of CARY — When the North Carolina women’s ten-
six took their first set, the team nis team dropped the doubles point to scorching-
CARY — Less than 24 hours gained some breathing room, but hot Florida State in the ACC Championship final,
after clinching second-seeded the Tar Heels (22-5) once again history seemed to be repeating itself.
North Carolina’s semifinal match found themselves gasping for Last season, in this same tournament, UNC
at the ACC women’s tennis tour- air as the teams became tied at fell one win short of capturing its first ACC
nament, UNC junior Shinann three. Championship since 2002, falling to Georgia Tech
Featherston was once again the Though Scharle led in the final round.
center of attention against fifth- Featherston 5-3 in the third set, But this year, when staring at a similar situation
seeded Florida State. Featherston forced a 6-6 tie- and another potential heartbreaking loss in the
This time, a chance at North breaker to win 7-4 on a return final, UNC co-captains Jelena Durisic and Shinann
Carolina’s first ACC champion- from Scharle that landed just Featherston simply refused to let their team falter.
ship since 2002 hung in the bal- beyond the baseline. Durisic and Featherston each notched clutch
ance. “My coach told me, ‘We need three-set singles wins to help No. 5 UNC dispatch
And once again, Featherston you Shinann,’” Featherston said. of No. 18 Florida State 4-3 and finally claim the elu-
delivered, trumping Noemie “I didn’t know what was going on sive ACC Championship.
Scharle 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (4) to secure in the other courts, but I just fig- “We finally got it after nine years. I’m very
the 4-3 win and the title. ured it was going to come down dth/Erin Hull proud,” Durisic said. “It’s exciting … I really wanted
After losing the doubles point to me.” UNC’s Jelena Durisic and fellow co-captain Shinann it last year, and this year, I wanted it even more.”
for the first time in this year’s Featherston came up with big victories against FSU.
tournament, the Tar Heels need- See women’s tennis, Page 11 See captains, Page 11

men’s lacrosse: Maryland 7, unc 6 women’s lacrosse: unc 7, maryland 12

Tar Heels collapse late Maryland fends o≠ UNC

INSIDE: UNC goalie Lauren Maksym played well against a
Men’s lacrosse goes “They made a run in the fourth
quarter and we couldn’t stop it,”
was proud of the way his team The top-ranked Terrapins win their tough Maryland offense.
didn’t quit despite the deficit
scoreless in the fourth, UNC coach Joe Breschi said. after three quarters of play. third-straight ACC title.
UNC took a 6-2 lead into the “Everybody agreed this was
falls to the Terrapins. fourth quarter, but Maryland not out of reach and we just By Chris Moore
dominated the final period. Grant needed to get the first one,” Staff Writer
By Evan G. Marlow Catalino’s behind-the-back goal Tillman said. “We really wanted
Staff Writer with 3:04 left gave Maryland its to get that next goal and turn the CARY — The North Carolina women’s lacrosse
first lead of the game. momentum.” team got a taste of ACC tournament glory when it
DURHAM — Sometimes in The two teams exchanged long, Once the Terrapins got the led first-seeded Maryland for more than 36 min-
lacrosse the ball rolls one way. drawn-out possessions in the first next goal in the form of a John utes Sunday in the tournament final.
And sometimes it rolls the other. three quarters, and UNC was able Haus rising shot that beat UNC But an 8-0 second-half run by the Terrapins
For the North Carolina men’s to take a lead by hitting cutters goalie Steven Rastivo with 12:25 made sure the Tar Heels didn’t get a full bite.
lacrosse team in the ACC tourna- and scoring quick-stick goals. remaining, they didn’t look back. Despite a 6-3 halftime deficit, Maryland held
ment semifinal against Maryland, The Terrapins were able to Maryland then won the next UNC to just one goal in the second half en route
the ball rolled its way for the first control possession in the fourth faceoff and scored another goal to its third straight ACC championship with a
45 minutes, but the final 15 min- thanks to UNC’s four turnovers just a minute later to cut the Tar 12-7 victory.
utes cost the Tar Heels a spot in and Maryland’s 10-4 advantage Heels’ lead to two. “In the second half, we didn’t stick to our
the ACC championship game. in the groundball battle. “I think as soon as we got two game plan,” senior Corey Donohoe said. “We
Friday in Durham, the “The biggest thing is we’ve in a row, now all of the sudden didn’t work like a team.”
Terrapins scored five unanswered got to clear the ball and pick up we were able for the first time to The first half was all North Carolina (12-5),
goals in the fourth quarter to ground balls,” UNC defenseman put two together,” Tillman said. as Maryland entered the locker room trailing dth/BJ Dworak
stun the Tar Heels and win the Ryan Flanagan said. UNC’s Becky Lynch chases a ground ball in UNC’s12-7
ACC semifinal, 7-6. Maryland coach John Tillman See men’s lacrosse, Page 11 See women’s lacrosse, Page 11 loss to Maryland in the ACC tournament title game.

men’s tennis: UNC 0, Duke 4

Blue Devils avenge regular-season loss, crush UNC men’s tennis
By Michael Lananna 15 Tar Heels (15-7, 10-3 ACC) against No. 7 Henrique Cunha of they deserved to win today.” of our guys out emotionally.” DTH inside: Jose Hernandez has
Staff Writer couldn’t recover from a doubles Duke. Hernandez won the first The Tar Heels’ hopes turned On Friday the doubles point stepped up his game since the first
loss, dropping three matches in set 6-4 and was poised to win the sour after juniors Cameron wasn’t an issue, as the Tar Heels time he played Duke’s Henrique Cunha.
CARY — On the strength of singles and falling 4-0. second until Cunha injured his Ahari and Brennan Boyajian easily won two of the three
three tiebreaker wins, the North “I mean, that’s tennis — one ankle while trying to play a ball failed to pick up a win in the matches against Wake Forest Atkinson — against whom he has
Carolina men’s tennis team began day you win, one day you lose,” to his right. doubles-deciding tiebreaker. For with scores of 8-5 and 8-2. had little luck in his career.
its ACC tournament run Friday sophomore Jose Hernandez said. By that point, though, Duke Paul, that signaled a significant The singles matches proved Hardy fared better this time,
with a 4-1 victory against Wake “But it’s nothing to get our head was already well on its way momentum shift. slightly more challenging, with taking the first set easily at 6-3.
Forest. down about … I still believe in toward clinching the win. “Obviously, we could’ve got- all three Tar Heel wins involv- He then finished off Atkinson in
That run would come to an my team.” “We came out flat,” UNC coach ten the doubles point,” Paul said. ing tiebreakers in the second set. the tiebreaker 7-1 to clinch the
end the very next day. Hernandez, who entered the Sam Paul said. “Duke played “We were a couple of points away Senior Stefan Hardy in particular win for the Tar Heels.
Squaring off against No. tournament ranked No. 22 in the well. There’s no doubt about that. from that, and I think that swung was faced with the steep chal-
13 Duke on Saturday, the No. nation, more than held his own They’ve got a very good team, so the match a little bit. It took a lot lenge of matching up against Iain See men’s tennis, Page 11