10/28/2018 10:46pm

Guest op-ed: Silent Sam speaks

The gate to UNC needs to be widened, not narrowed. There need to be permanent reminders, including of me, to symbolize our strained turning toward true respect and equality for all our citizens. Then, these pieces together can create a great space for open dialogue to bind and seal our wounds. 

10/24/2018 10:20pm

Seth Newkirk

Column: Dogs, scotch, well-reasoned argumentation and Jonah Goldberg

That’s why I’m writing this article — to encourage you to come to his talk regardless of what political affiliation you lean toward. You’ll learn something. You’ll probably have a decent time. You’ll certainly meet some interesting people. There might even be free food (I doubt it, but it’s worth the risk). And, if all else fails, you can gather a few friends outside and start protesting.  

10/23/2018 11:12pm

Guest op-ed: Institutional suicide

"On either side of the stage in Lee Chapel hang elegant portraits of the founders, in military dress — both were, after all, professional soldiers, although much else."

10/22/2018 11:41pm

Seth Newkirk

Column: The Failure of Grievance Studies

"If the University truly valued producing students who are not only more knowledgeable in their chosen field of study but also possess the ability to think, they might attempt to reform these departments. Clearly, the University does not value this."

10/17/2018 1:00pm

Savannah Faircloth

Column: Lessons from Georgia O'Keeffe

Hopefully this exhibit will inspire women to make art that accurately depicts their own strength, push men to reflect on the way they represent female subjects in the art they create and challenge the public to question the way women have been reduced to female bodies in art. 

10/15/2018 9:50pm

Kent McDonald

Column: SOS: I have a crush!

I am afraid. I am afraid of so many things — climate change, the GOP, cockroaches living in my kitchen — but most of all, I am afraid of how much I like you.

10/11/2018 8:37pm

Guest Op-Ed: Holding out hope for CAPS

“I’ll always hold hope for you.”   In light of those words from my nurse practitioner at CHS, I am holding hope for CAPS and its ability to serve more students in need, increasing their access to mental healthcare.