TO THE EDITOR: I thought that you article “National Stuttering Association provides place for students to be heard” conveyed a level of compassion at UNC for people with special needs.
If you would have told me at the beginning of my college career that I would be finishing it at the University of North Carolina, I definitely wouldn’t have believed you.
I, like many others, have enjoyed cracking jokes about the esoteric nature of much of the music that gets played on WXYC, UNC’s student-run radio station.
Standing beside “DREAMers” from all over the country, the resounding roar of chanting filled my ears: “Si se, si se puede!”
Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, paleo, pescetarian, dairy-free and the list goes on. How does the average person tell which one is for them?
A human right to health is more than rhetoric: it is a tool used to place the needs of the most vulnerable populations at the center of health reform.
TO THE EDITOR: The recently passed GOP House tax plan is a massive giveaway to the wealthy at the expense of working people.
Re: the continuing controversy over “Silent Sam,” I have struggled to come to some conclusions of my own.
TO THE EDITOR: Notre Dame just decided to deny its female employees, faculty and students legally mandated insurance coverage for contraceptives. Notre Dame decided not to sign a simple waiver form that would have removed their financial support of this coverage and would have allowed the federal government to cover this cost.
TO THE EDITOR: While walking through Ackland Museum today, I spied a Sake cup commemorating the Manchurian Railway in Korean. The cup was beautiful.
The fact that a political figure with longstanding ties to a fascist, Nazi-associated organization is able to be deemed ‘pro-Israel’ simply by being anti-Muslim, anti-Palestinian and anti-liberal is mystifying.