Gerrymander? I hardly know her.
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Gerrymander? I hardly know her.
This November, voters will choose their municipal representatives in Chapel Hill and Carrboro. The Editorial Board, composed of 15 undergraduate students, has made its endorsements for the upcoming mayoral and town council elections.
As we approach the halfway mark of the semester, we are beyond excited to share our perspectives and experiences with the Chapel Hill and UNC communities. From difficult topics to those more lighthearted, we can't wait to continue handing you our opinions.
The Morehead-Cain Foundation, the first merit-based scholarship program in the nation, recently opened its doors to UNC sophomores. The move is unprecedented for the program, which historically has only admitted incoming first-year students.
At 12:54 p.m. on Wednesday, Alert Carolina sirens went off, warning students about an “armed and dangerous person on or near campus.”
As of Aug. 21, COVID-19 is no longer considered an automatic University Approved Absence by UNC. Instead, the UAA Office website indicates that "COVID-19 will be treated similarly to other respiratory or gastrointestinal illnesses."
Scrolling through your LinkedIn to see what seems like every person you know post about their summer internship can be draining and demotivating when you still have not received any offers. After hours of curating cover letters and researching companies that match your career aspirations, many of us are currently facing the disappointment of hearing nothing back.
Content Warning: This article contains mention of gun and police violence. Videos linked in the article may contain depictions of police and gun violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
Since the overturn of Roe v. Wade, North Carolina has seen a 37 percent increase in abortions between April and August 2022, the largest increase of any state where abortion remains legal. This increase is likely due to people traveling from other Southern and Midwestern states where abortions have been banned or heavily restricted, such as Texas, Tennessee and Alabama.
In an era of nonstop controversy and political polarization, it’s easy to get swept up in an argument.
Finally, you left your house and began living on your own. Or, did you?
North Carolina Rep. Tricia Cotham (R-Mecklenburg) formally switched her party affiliation from Democrat to Republican at a press conference last week. This move gives Republicans 60 percent of the seats in both chambers, creating a supermajority in the N.C. General Assembly.
The blatant disregard for the financial needs of housekeepers on UNC’s campus is part of a far larger problem of how service workers are treated.
Between basketball games, a semester in full swing and the warm weather, we are used to seeing a busy and bustling Chapel Hill. But for the week of Spring Break, the Town will fall silent. Crowds will dwindle as travelers embark to their hometown or some luxuriously tropical destination.
Who was your first platonic heartbreak?
In January, the UNC Board of Trustees unveiled the School of Civic Life and Leadership – a new school within the College of Arts and Sciences. A resolution to accelerate the creation of the program was passed on Jan. 26 without the prior knowledge of faculty.
Editor's Note: This article is satire.
UNC Ice Hockey is a club sport program competing in the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s second division, and its current season is unlike any in the program’s history.
This year’s race for Student Body President has seen complications unlike those of years prior. You can only expect to see two candidates on the ballot on Feb. 21 – TJ Edwards and Christopher Everett. Furthermore, Graduate and Professional Student Government President Theodore Nollert emerged as a write-in candidate shortly before Election Day.
The star quarterback. The “Him." We all either love or love to hate. He’s instinctive, gritty, hard-working – a servant-leader. The idea of the hometown hero turned all-American has become a cultural icon. As such, the image of what a quarterback "should" be is deeply entrenched in the racial and cultural bias of the nation.