If I can’t convince you that Kavanaugh deserves the presumption of innocence, I recommend reading a book called “To Kill A Mockingbird”.
"The entirety of Von Loor’s platform can be summarized by two things: blind support for Donald Trump, and a hatred for David Price."
"Rejecting potential truth in the service of an ideology is dangerous. The subjection of reality to a preordained framework can have wide-reaching ramifications for society. Collective ignorance will always be worse than controversial truth in the long run."
"'Absolute power corrupts absolutely.' A popular phrase — you’ve probably heard it before. It’s wrong, of course. It should say: power exposes corruption."
My view of the University is rather simple: the University is a place where those students who are the most talented should go after high school to continue their education. Attempts to create lasting social differences through universities can be better achieved by other means.
Silent Sam should have never gone up, let’s make that clear. Yet, this is where my view is perhaps controversial; Silent Sam is more valuable on his pedestal than off of it.
THE ISSUE: Conversations on the issue of diversity within The Daily Tar Heel have been circling the office for a while, but the way to go about solving this problem remains a point of debate. Two writers for the DTH offer their opinion on the concept of a diversity quota.
The consensus among the majority of people at UNC seems to be that Silent Sam should be removed. Some believe that it should be put in a museum somewhere, while some think that perhaps it should merely be disposed of.
The government has no place in determining Facebook’s future in the world. That responsibility lies on us, the consumers and the public.