OPINION


3/9/2018 12:18am

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Column: A farewell to the Campus Y

Today is my last day as a co-president of the Campus Y, and as such I’ve decided to write at least one column that fully embraces the conflict of interest my position might represent while I still have it.


3/8/2018 8:35pm

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Opinion: A guide to escaping Chapel Hill

If you’re stuck in Chapel Hill this spring break, have no fear. There are tons of fun, affordable and exciting things to do outside of the Chapel Hill bubble.


3/6/2018 7:59pm

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Column: Who's ready for Tucker?

 Maybe Tucker Carlson of Fox News coming to town means that UNC students can experience the benefits of a good contrarian, or as James Carville said in a quote used to promote the event, “one of the world’s great contrarians.” We are surely just as guilty as any other cohort of society of tunneling into our own biases and catering our media diet to fill our partisan appetites. Perhaps a bit of intellectual jostling is good for the mind every now and then. 


3/4/2018 10:45pm

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COLUMN: I'm tired of underestimating, so ...

 Head coach Roy Williams admits his team has no rim protector and laments his players’ lack of 3-point defense. But, as he explained after a March 3 loss to Duke, “We’ve been able to make up for it and win a couple of games anyway.” 


3/1/2018 7:15pm

Letter: Faculty who vandalize should be fired

 If any employee of the University participates in such an act he or she should be arrested and prosecuted, and, if convicted, fired from his or her professorship.