Haley Ray

UNC Chapel Hill Student Journalist

Location icon United States of America

Portfolio
YouTube
04/07/2016
UNC Education Program

The UNC School of Education is ending most undergraduate programs but Haley Ray tells us administrators hope it will be a win-win for students and the school. by Haley Ray Aired: 4/6/2016

YouTube
02/25/2016
Diversity In Film

The Oscars backlash continues because all 20 top actor nominees are white. Haley Ray takes a look at how UNC filmmakers are responding. by Haley Ray Aired: 2/24/2016

Vimeo
12/11/2015
Krave

A short documentary about Krave, a local kava bar. Produced, directed, and edited by Haley Ray.

Vimeo
12/02/2015
Elly Wagner

A profile piece on UNC student-athlete Elly Wagner.

Southern Neighbor
05/19/2015
A happy ending for neglected animals

by Haley Ray Katrina Greely was six years old when she saw a lion walking around her neighborhood on her way home from school. Her childhood friend's family kept the lion as a pet, and occasionally brought it through the community. "I will never forget walking home one day.

The Daily Tar Heel
12/02/2015
Chapel Hill resident frustrated by parking rules

Haley Ray | Published 03/23/15 11:32pm Chapel Hill resident Mike Holland received a $100 parking ticket in February for parking in front of a fire hydrant at Mediterranean Deli. He has been working to appeal his ticket on the grounds that the hydrant was camouflaged by potted plants and faded paint.

The Daily Tar Heel
12/02/2015
Chapel Hill Historic Society raising $5K for move to library

Haley Ray | Published 02/17/15 11:24pm The money would cover the expense of organizing archives and cleaning newspapers, photos and maps, said Society Board Member Thomas Jepsen. The society has more than 1,000 Chapel Hill newspapers and an extensive collection of documents dating back to 1923, all of which have to be cleaned and preserved before moving.

The Daily Tar Heel
12/12/2015
For public employees, a lower rent through new apartment incentive program

Haley Ray | Published 03/31/15 12:24am The incentive program offers lower rent rates at two Eller Capital properties, The Apartments at Midtown 501 and the 86 North Apartments. For eligible employees, the rental savings range from $2,000 to $3,050 on a 12-month lease and application fees are waived.

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