I can’t believe this is my last column. Blah.
You know what they say: “Looking at your grades, Memet, have you considered adult film?”
Mr. President-elect, my gift to you…
I wasn’t going to do a Black History Month column, but since I’m quarter Turkish, I’m technically the 6th or 7th blackest person on this campus.
At Carolina Athletics, we’ve always had a simple philosophy: When you become a Tar Heel, there’s literally no wrong way to spell “Put me in, coach.”
Last semester, the political science department offered an interesting class — administrative oversight, I guess.
Not long ago, a friend said my columns were becoming a little too mean this year. On the one hand, who knew she was such a stuck-up witch? But on the other, maybe she had a point.
On one hand, I’m happy Dean Smith is being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Smith was a great coach and, by all accounts, is a good man.
Our lives are more hypersexualized than ever nowadays, and the trends are disturbing.
There was a different kind of electricity in the room Wednesday night, when the N.C. Utilities Commission listened to public complaints about Duke Energy’s proposed 18.6 percent increase in electrical costs. People from across the state gathered Wednesday night at Durham City Hall, to speak out against the proposed hikes.