11/5/2017 9:57pm

Letter: Planned Parenthood helps instead of hurts

In response to the obscene and misleading protest carried out on our campus Oct. 26 by a bunch of men not affiliated with UNC, I wanted to write and say how grateful I am for the extensive and comprehensive health services Planned Parenthood offers to our community. 

10/31/2017 12:58pm

Letter: New curriculum will be a train wreck

I was happy to read that faculty are voicing concerns with the draft of the New Curriculum (DTH 10/27/17).  Your story covered several problems, but there are so many more that no one story could cover them. Here are four: 

10/17/2017 9:38pm

Letter: Mentorship made Late Night With Roy great

 TO THE EDITOR: The best experience at Late Night with Roy and our Tar Heels wasn’t only the raising of the banner to celebrate a national championship, as that happens every year around the country. 

10/15/2017 10:53pm

Letter: UNC's hospitality is unmatched

[On the weekend of Oct. 7], my family and I made our first ever trip to UNC for the ND game.  The welcoming, friendly greetings that we received from so many UNC students, alums and fans was second to none. 

10/15/2017 10:23pm

Letter: Does Barnes & Noble care about students?

One year after the university’s corporatizers predicted that Barnes & Noble would raise more money for student scholarships than the now-defunct, university-owned Bull’s Head Bookshop and Daily Grind coffee shop did, let us examine how Barnes & Noble does this, and at what cost. 

10/15/2017 10:18pm

Letter: Early voting info— and why it matters

Decisions by local elected officials affect students, and the federal census on which political representation and redistricting is based lists students where they live in April, almost always an academic year address. 

10/15/2017 8:31pm

Letter: Rep. Moore's past homophobic remarks

“We are not a sex club. We are not having orgies at our meetings” This defense was issued following a controversial decision by the UNC Student Congress during the Summer 1991 when most students were not on campus