Working for political change involves long, difficult struggles made more so by the buying of influence in politics. That’s why ending the corruption of big money in our government must be our first task.
The recent article about Chapel Hill’s new Affordable Housing Development Reserve misrepresents the issue of affordable housing.
At the March 25 UNC Board of Trustees meeting, College Republicans Chairman Frank Pray explained that the group supports renaming Saunders Hall, but opposes the placement of a plaque on Silent Sam.
On March 31, there will be a campuswide vote on proposed changes to the student government constitution.
TO THE EDITOR:
The racially-motivated violence conducted by the Ku Klux Klan would be classified as terrorism according to the standards of any generation.
The Department of Religious Studies is located in Saunders Hall.
What’s the one thing that binds us together as the Carolina community other than drinking from the Old Well on FDOC to get that 4.0 and always cheering against Duke?
I was happy to read in the March 20th issue of The Daily Tar Heel about moving to cage-free eggs.
Editor’s Note: The author of this letter, Ishmael Bishop, is also a columnist for The Daily Tar Heel.
TO THE EDITOR:
In response to David Wynne’s letter, let it be clear that discussing the First Amendment and demanding what The Daily Tar Heel should do is a distraction.
Our generation is facing problems far more extreme than any of those faced by previous ones — and that is no exaggeration.
The Wednesday, March 18 edition of The Daily Tar Heel carried an article about efforts to allow guns on campus.
I was disappointed by the broad generalizations that were made by The Daily Tar Heel Editorial Board on March 23 regarding the effects that campus carry laws would have on campus.
Farmworkers feed the world, but their efforts and struggles are often taken for granted as we quite literally enjoy the fruits (and vegetables) of their labor in our daily lives.
Since nearly everyone agrees that the bus chants at Oklahoma and the comments within the N.C. State notebook were repugnant, what should we do?
The generalizations made in the March 18 article “Survey Finds Sexual Assault Disconnect” do not accurately portray UNC-Chapel Hill’s commitment to comprehensively addressing the issue of sexual assault.
I commend the good work The Daily Tar Heel does every day, but I was disappointed with the March 20 Daily Dose. The news item was titled “Cheating runs in the family.”
Know that churning feeling of dread that arises in the pit of your stomach when looking over student bills? Our generation of college graduates is set to accrue the most debt in U.S. history.
The recent accusations against Israel, UNC Hillel and Israel Fest in a letter to the editor (“Students shouldn’t celebrate Israel,” March 20) are both inaccurate and harmful.
This weekend is the 17th annual UNC Dance Marathon, hosted by the Carolina For The Kids Foundation.
On March 26, UNC Hillel will host “Israel Fest” to celebrate Israel.