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North Carolinas Senate is responsible for making the final decision to pass bills into law. House Bill 115 would aim to loosen restrictions regarding school calendar dates, but is yet to be voted on in the Senate. (Photo courtesy of Robert Jordan via Flickr images)
Wake County again quarrels over calendar, still without permanent answer
Levi Holland, Photography Editor • April 18, 2024

In 2004, the North Carolina General Assembly legally banned public schools from starting earlier than Aug. 28. Encouraged mostly by the tourism...

A trip to the other side of the world: Bangladesh

Late afternoon with some of the morning fog still visible. The sun is getting ready to set.
Another part of the wedding which solely consists of music and dancing. A great way to end the wedding celebrations. (Yusha Ahsan)
A full family photo with the bride and groom in the middle. Wearing glamorous vibrant colors are an important part of weddings in Bangladesh. (Yusha Ahsan )
These attires are typically worn in Bangladeshi weddings; the dress is called a lehenga. (Yusha Ahsan )
A wedding celebration in Bangladesh. People are socializing before the bride walks in. (Yusha Ahsan )
Late afternoon with some of the morning fog still visible. The sun is getting ready to set. (Yusha Ahsan)
The rural side of Bangladesh with much of the crops already harvested. The peaceful sun looks down on one half of the field. (Yusha Ahsan )
The buildings seen while driving across a bridge in the daylight. Most of the landscape in the city look similar to this. (Yusha Ahsan )
This is a welcoming area leading up to a golf course. Yellow and orange flowers are quite prevalent throughout Bangaldesh.
(Yusha Ahsan)
The daytime view from the roof of the apartment. Many plants can be seen capturing the first rays of sunlight in the early morning. (Yusha Ahsan)
The view from the other side of the apartment. A building can be seen on the far right with lights all around it, meaning someone living there has their wedding soon; this is a popular way people in Bangladesh celebrate the joyous occasion. (Yusha Ahsan)
The night view in Dhaka, Bangladesh on a warm and windy night. Most people have settled down for the night and are in their homes.
(Yusha Ahsan)

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