OPINION


11/13/2017 8:23pm

Letter: Undercover officer betrays student trust

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.


11/13/2017 8:00pm

Editorial: Monsters can be destroyed.

The chilling answer, especially for our community, is that the worst we can do does happen. Often. Weinstein and others may now be purged. 


11/12/2017 10:15pm

Editorial: Better safe than sorry

There are few things more precious to a college student than a laptop. Having that laptop snatched from your grasp, without any chance to save, back-up or capture any of its contents — completely devastating. For students living in houses, and even apartments off-campus, this is a real threat.  


11/10/2017 4:46pm

Editorial: Was no one else free?

This coming Monday, UNC’s chapters of Christians United for Israel and College Republicans are hosting Sebastian Gorka, a former Trump advisor. Gorka’s talk will be able to provide some insight into the current administration with foreign policy in the Middle East and Israel.


11/10/2017 11:36am

Editorial: Don't report for reward

As a student paper, we fully support giving students as many journalistic opportunities possible. But we fundamentally believe a focus on awards in student journalism is harmful and misrepresents what a good journalism education is. 


11/9/2017 10:38pm

Letter: Statement about police activity at the Confederate monument

Chancellor Folt has asked us to clarify the role of campus police officers at the Confederate Monument on our campus in light of misinformation that has been in circulation. There’s nothing more important to our University and our police force than the safety and wellbeing of every member of our campus community. 


11/8/2017 8:15pm

UNC-system President Margaret Spellings (left) sits next to chairperson Lou Bissette (right) during the UNC Board of Governors meeting Friday.

Editorial: Right supremacy — Part 2

Originally created after a state measure that called for the University to adopt a policy to “restore and preserve free speech,” the BOG's proposal instead cements the idea that the right to free speech should be protected for a select few and not for all.