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!”
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.
I am an ethnic and racial minority and citizen of Chapel Hill raising multiracial children in our progressive town.
I woke up last Wednesday, immediately checked the front page of CNN and let out a long-held sigh of relief.
The graduate students of UNC need your help.
The outrages have been piling up rapidly at UNC-Chapel Hill this fall, but the latest affront to the values of our community is so far beyond the pale that jobs should be lost for it.
We, student leaders of UNC Hillel, strongly oppose the appearance of Sebastian Gorka on our campus on Nov. 13.
I am surprised by your editorial Was No One Else Free? on Nov. 10.