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This year, our resolutions are a little late. We’re sorry. Perhaps this could be excusable, considering the fact that the last 10 months have been shadowed by a devastating pandemic. Nonetheless, we figured it was still important to set some goals and prioritize before the year is underway.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that only one testing location was open to students during move-in. There were two locations open to students during move-in. Additionally, the University conducted on-site testing at seven residence halls. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
New semester, same irresponsibility.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from 2020, it’s the limitations of our ability to accurately predict the future. Before this school year began, nobody could’ve foreseen that we’d be in the position we are right now (that is, except for literally everyone, including the many public health experts our beloved administration chose to ignore).
As the year approaches its close, the long-awaited Spotify Wrapped has finally made its debut. Whether you’re anxious to see just how bad your revisit to the "Hamilton" soundtrack really was or just excited to flex your results on your social media platform of choice, every Spotify user looks forward to the platform's annual release of listener data.
When December rolls around, there is cause for reflection. Another year over, full of experiences, memories and events that mark that time. We begin to think about resolutions and what we learned from the past year as we move onto the next.
Finals season is upon us — and given the already intense levels of stress we’ve endured this semester, this one is sure to be a doozy. To make matters worse, we won’t have any reading days to cushion the blow. (Thanks, UNC.)
In case you missed it, Joe Biden has been elected the 46th president of the United States.
The 2020 presidential election brought with it many historical milestones: a wave of once-red states turning blue for Joe Biden, the first woman of color elected to be vice president and record voter turnout. However, if there is one takeaway from this election, it is that white people must practice better allyship to communities of color, especially Black Americans.
The time has come for shopping carts to be filled, for professors to be scrutinized on Rate My Professors and for spreadsheets of the best courses at UNC to be shared on Twitter. It is, after all, registration season.
It’s so close we can taste it.
As the student body grapples with the stress of the 2020 election — as well as the prolonged effects of a worsening pandemic — the administration has, to no one's surprise, fallen woefully short in supporting them.
As most of the country is zeroed in on the results of the presidential election, let’s not forget the races closer to home.
As you wake up Wednesday morning, remember to take care of yourselves, and each other. This election has been emotionally taxing for, well, most of us ... and it's not over yet.
“Emergency: Armed, dangerous person on or near campus. Go inside now; avoid windows.”
As November approaches, it’s time to buckle up for another round of virtual finals season. Take-home exams, proctored tests, unnecessarily long papers and group projects are all on the agenda in the coming weeks. These are all normal parts of the school year, even in a virtual semester.
Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and Provost Bob Blouin announced in an email Friday several updates for the spring semester — including five modes of academic instruction, single-occupancy on-campus housing and mandatory COVID-19 testing.
The University of South Carolina’s student newspaper, The Daily Gamecock, announced on Tuesday that it would be taking a two-week hiatus from publishing in an effort to prevent staff burnout and prioritize mental health. This decision comes amid a long semester of challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
We see your Instagram posts. We see your Snapchat stories. And we’re just wondering: Did you forget that we are living through a pandemic? Did you forget that people are dying?
Here at The Daily Tar Heel, coffee is very important to us. Hot or iced, cappuccino or mocha, you just can’t beat the taste — and there’s nothing like the slightly jittery, heart-beating-out-of-your-chest feeling you get from a caffeine rush.