HKonJ, which starts at 8:30 a.m. in Raleigh, represents the coming together of people concerned about the direction our state and country are going in. Last year was a high mark for HKonJ, with over 80,000 people in attendance. That is wonderful, and hopefully, that number will rise this Saturday.
'On the third anniversary of the tragic deaths of these brave, selfless young people, I would encourage others to remember not only their names but also what they stood so passionately for.'
Maybe UNC should care less about those first statistics and more about the students making up that unique school spirit.
Where is the University when it comes to protecting the rights of its students?
Think your textbook prices are over the top? It gets even worse when you factor in the price of all of the required online "supplements."
Kenny Williams is quietly one of North Carolina’s most important players.
Do you remember a time before cell phones and email when you actually penned notes to your friends when they came to your birthday party?
The Super Bowl unites hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide, but I didn't watch it.
Intellectuals fill the void by standing athwart changes of popular opinion and political expediency.
James Scalise (mutual fund) and Perry Carter (mutual masturbation) are the writers of UNC’s premier (only!) satirical advice column.
A more serene, pure and lasting happiness awaits you on the other side, once you build acceptance and gratitude for the present moment into your mental repertoire.
Loving UNC is not a passive act. Truly believing in UNC requires actively demanding that UNC fulfill the values of equity, service and integrity espoused here.
Here’s our breakdown of the shortcomings of the 2018 Grammys.