To the guy outside the SRC claiming a rhombus is just a square turned on its side, I hope you are not considering math as a major.
We live in a world today that worships money — literally those who have money are on top socially and politically.
As our board looks at the future of student activism in the coming year, we are inevitably drawn to the past. And when we dive into the archives of student activism at UNC, it’s downright easy to yearn for another era — to think that gone are the days of student activism in unity, of the protests that wove together students from across campus and from diverse backgrounds in support of common ideals.
Alexander Peeples’ column rightly casts doubt on the intellectual seriousness of UNC’s new environmental think tank. Climate research commissioned by Phil Berger is about as reliable as a tobacco study paid for by Phillip Morris.