Today the University will be conducting our summer semester emergency sirens test between noon and 1 p.m.
In his letter outlining the ways in which Roy Williams has failed to live up to John Wooden’s life credo, Mr. James Harris demonstrated an incredible acuity: the ability to flawlessly count to six.
Steve Kirschner, our Director of Athletic Communications, yesterday admonished the Daily Tar Heel for publishing letters critical of Roy Williams. He argues that their actions “smear the reputation of the coach, program and university.”
I am writing in response to the editorial asking for ideas for better student seating.
In response to the editorial titled “Free speech is good in theory, but not so easy in practice,” I agree that free speech is a right that applies to all people.
The opinion section of The Daily Tar Heel functions as a sounding board for what the public has to say and as a platform for great writers to freely express themselves.
The powder blue and white confetti has been swept away, and the last embers of the bonfires have burned out.
John Wooden lived by these words: 1. Never lie.
I am a non-student reader. I am old and liberal.
Over the past several years it has become apparent to me that this nation’s people-centered, democratic republic has become eroded to the point of no longer functioning as, of and for the people.
I applaud the April 17 editorial cartoon supporting the benefits of fluoridation.
HB2 and the subsequent “compromise bill,” HB 142, are actually identity-based issues about the rights of the LGBTQ community, and in particular, the transgender community.
On April 27, UNC students from all fields of study will present their research at UNC-Chapel Hill’s 18th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research.
I was disappointed to read “The Real Price of Food,” which argues that we should avoid business with UNC’s food service provider because “Aramark supplies food for public and private prisons,” and thus “If you’re against Aramark for their prison involvement,” you should “speak out with your dollars.”
We are two ‘non-whites’ who felt compelled to respond to your letter to the editor which claimed that a space for only people of color is evidence of reverse-racism. We disagree.
In February of 2017, University of Michigan students demanded a non-whites only, segregated space to organize social justice efforts.
For years, Carolina has put on one of the biggest events of the year, Holi Moli, an opportunity to celebrate the Southeast Asian festival, Holi, with the campus community.
It’s spring, and the graduates are in bloom in their array of beautiful — yet sometimes tacky — colors in every city and state in this country.
There is a ballot measure, the “We the People” Act (H453 and S354), making its way through the legislative process stating that corporations are NOT people and money is NOT speech.