Good morning, UNC! Here’s your daily dose of news and columns today:
- “People have put up with abusive personalities or bullying or discrimination or harassment because they are brilliant intellectuals doing really good research." In the midst of the #MeToo movement, universities and researchers are speaking out about academic cultures of harassment.
- First-year men’s basketball guard Jalek Felton has been suspended from the University and the team pending an investigation. He will be represented by Kerry Sutton, who previously represented Allen Artis.
- A concept plan for constructing a luxury apartment complex on the Lakeview Mobile Home Park was presented to the Chapel Hill Town Council last week, creating confusion and fear among the park’s residents.
- I would say this even if we didn't run it — the Heels Housing Fair is one of best places to get housing info (and free food!) at UNC of the year. If you're near the Union from 10-2 tomorrow, check it out. Read our hot tips on housing here, and check out our Facebook event for the fair here.
- Gen. Martin Dempsey spoke at Wilson Library last night on the topic of national security, building his talk around the "certain uncertainty" of the nation.
- UNC women's basketball is at a crossroads. We examine where they are after their stunning win over Duke, where they want to be for the ACC tournament and how they can get there.
- “I got no answers, guys." Last night, Clemson's 3-point barrage handed UNC its first three-game losing streak since 2014, perplexing Roy Williams and Joel Berry II alike.
- OPINION: Recent deaths have proven an uncomfortable truth — the opioid crisis does not care if you are a millionaire rocker, a working-class welder or a homeless wanderer.
- OPINION: Through the trial of Larry Nassar, the team doctor who was sentenced to life in prison for sexually assaulting hundreds of Team U.S.A. and M.S.U. gymnasts, one couldn’t help but ask — why wasn’t anything done?
- COLUMN: “Why, I would ask myself, was I listening so often to a song called “Grow a Pear”?” After the Grammys, columnist Annie Kiyonaga is examining her years-long, love-hate-love relationship with Kesha.