Last weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting the quad for the first time. I noted with pleasure my ancestor’s name on the monument listing the original trustees of UNC.
We at UNC Libraries were disheartened to read Zachary Rothwell’s Feb. 20 letter, “Computers in Davis don’t work well.”
I’m writing because The Daily Tar Heel’s sexist sports coverage has gone far enough.
Those on UNC’s campus may have recently noticed a flier that encouraged stealing and burning Trump supporters’ “Make America Great Again” hats and attacking fascists.
How do you like those computers in Davis Library?
On Feb. 13, Chris Watson wrote to the DTH that there is a small, but growing “minority” on campus. This supposed minority lurks everywhere, under many names, and in all departments.
I am writing in response to the editorial “The guards of democracy,” which heaped praise upon conservatives as guards against large government and authoritarianism.
Your comments about Zora Neale Hurston in your Feb. 14 editorial are misguided. The Trustees never considered the possibility of renaming Saunders Hall in the spring of 2015 for Hurston for two obvious reasons.
I have never been one to be scared of “bureaucracy,” but recent appointments have me worried. My reasons for concern are, to be honest, selfish. But I also find them valid, and I won’t stop fighting for what I think is right.
You identify yourself as an alternative right sympathizer and in your letter to the editor complain about all us “lefties” and “intellectual do-gooders” suppressing your alternative right views.
The Feb. 10 opinion piece “Keep a close eye on UNC’s new hire — another spokesperson” was an out-of-bounds, uniformed character attack that showed a lack of understanding of the relationship between the University and the legislature.
On Thursday, The Daily Tar Heel published a column titled “Depth of my Trump anger,” consisting entirely of 153 instances of the phrase “Trump is the worst.”
I am part of a small but growing minority on this campus. We come from all walks of life and are present in every academic department.
In support of North Carolina star basketball players Joel Berry, Isaiah Hicks and Justin Jackson and their sculptured afro dreadlocks hairstyles, UNC Walk for Health has begun a campaign to encourage the entire Tar Heel team to “let the locks of the hair on their heads grow long” for the rest of the season. (Nm. 6:5, Lv. 19:27: 21:5).
Your recent article entitled “Forum discusses immigrant rights and laws” exposes the hypocrisy and double talk which has run amok in Chapel Hill. Only in this “Alice in Wonderland” world can we pick and choose which laws to follow.
In the DTH editorial “For God or Party” you ask “if there are clear lines in the sand for Christian religious leaders” as they decide whether or not to stand with the Republicans, and specifically with President Trump.
The editorial board of The Daily Tar Heel endorsed Alexander Peeples and Courtney Staton for Campus Y Co-Presidents.
Our campus and town was brought to a standstill last Friday when a series of unfortunate events led to a critical water shortage.
The countdown has started, seniors! Less than four months away until graduation day. For some, May 14 could not get here sooner.
Online over the weekend and in Monday’s print edition, The Daily Tar Heel published updates relating to a recent Board of Election decision.