Criticism of the new Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) curriculum framework is misplaced and fails to acknowledge the merits of the new structure’s intent.
Lost in the clamor surrounding the possible expansion of the Google Fiber network to the Triangle has been the fact that areas of adjacent Chatham County are still not served by standard internet service providers.
With two night games already in the books, this year’s football season has started well for the UNC fan base.
ECU Twitter mobilized against yesterday’s light-hearted cartoon as if it were a particularly nasty STD.
North Carolina voters should not be fooled by North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis’ (R) political ploy to support over-the-counter birth control medication.
In management classes at Kenan-Flagler Business School, they teach that when setting up a task force, it is critical to give it a clear direction, someone to report to and a deliverable.
On Sept. 12, The New York Times took a rare break from its critical coverage of North Carolina’s government to highlight a promising development: The state is saving money and improving quality of life for its residents by sending fewer parole violators back to prison. This is encouraging, but to continue toward meaningful reform, students should press for a dramatic overhaul of North Carolina’s incarceration policies.
We bristled at Bob Hall of Democracy North Carolina’s assertion that the state had “a miserable record of voter participation.” We care, damnit!
The anniversary of 9/11 should be a time for solemn reflection, remembrance and contemplation.
Opinion: Accord on Fire and Building Safety, Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety have clear differences
When it comes to UNC’s apparel partnerships, accountability is key.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant poses an immediate threat to American lives and interests, as well as the general stability of the Middle East. Because of this and the possibility of a future threat on American soil, President Obama is justified in exercising his executive powers to conduct American-led missions in the region.
By operating under laws designed for another conflict and allying with repressive regimes, the President has put us in a precarious strategic and moral position in the country’s fight against ISIL.
Earlier this week, The New York Times ranked UNC third among all U.S. schools for the economic diversity of its student body.
North Carolina recently joined a national conversation when the Surry County Board of Commissioners issued a strongly worded resolution to keep migrant children out of their county.
Let’s get one thing straight: If you’re pooping in your residence hall’s corridors, you’re a bad person.
Student Congress is one of the three branches that delivers on the promise of self governance for UNC students — a promise to, in the words of the student code, “enrich each student’s experience at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.”
The state government bureaucracy needs to be held accountable for problems in addressing Chapel Hill’s affordable housing gap.
In 1963, conservative lawmakers in Raleigh passed the infamous Speaker Ban, a law that aimed to keep communists from speaking on campus and to squelch the bourgeoning civil rights movement in Chapel Hill.
Websites don’t go far enough to educate students about important issues facing the University.
The law is stacked against cyclists in North Carolina.