In 2017, equal human rights shouldn’t be up for debate. But, bizarrely, too many people still seem to lack compassion for others, so we need more activists, or as the internet calls them, “social justice warriors”. We need you to fight for every cause with courage, resilience, wisdom and respect.
It’s 1989. The American stock market has crashed again, and Arturo Di Modica drops his nearly four-ton bronze statue of a bull under a Christmas tree in New York City without a permit.
On February 28, 2018, UNC-Chapel Hill professor Bereket Habte Selassie spoke to an enraptured crowd in the Bulls Head Book Shop about his most recently published book, which discusses peace and pan-Africanism, among other topics.
Dr. Rachel Schaevitz, professor of film production at UNC, and Dana Coen, director of the UNC Writing for the Screen and Stage program, are the two main speakers at the event.
Junior Jessie Aney takes a backhand against Michigan on Feb. 18 in the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center.
First-year Alle Sanford follows through after a backhand against Michigan on Feb. 18 in the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center.
Sophomore Sara Daavettila prepares for a hit against Michigan on Feb. 18 in the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center.