Taylor Swift's latest social media post is symbolic of America's current political atmosphere and the importance of speaking out.
Compensation for labor is declining, but corporate profits are growing exponentially. The source? Corporate "monsopsony," when businesses have the exclusive power to buy a commodity.
Lady Gaga played the piano with her feet, so no one even really noticed.
Whether you experienced a valley your first year or sophomore year — or you are experiencing it at this very moment — hold on. It’s going to be OK.
Situations that were once limited to outrageous television plots have become the reality of America. The demand for entertainment has obscured the seriousness behind American politics.
" We have to take responsibility for the way we treat others, no matter if our demons stem from a place of pain."
Whether it's two hours to Kinston or 17 and a half to Plano, TX, it can be difficult to be separated from your furry best friend.
"I realized that on that holy Sunday I was wearing... the romper."
"Why should poorer Asians be held up to the same racial stereotypes as their wealthier counterparts?"
Kent McDonald (Samantha Jones) and Annie Kiyonaga (Stanford Blatch) are the writers of UNC’s premier (only!) satirical advice column. Results may vary.
"Recovery has given me a life I never knew I was capable of living."
"At what point do the rest of us, in the wake of this period, recognize a scream good enough to change our moral cosmology to a decent, human one?"
"Like many American Jews, I haven’t spent much time thinking about Judaism since my bar mitzvah. But, at times like these, I tend to become sentimental about my faith."
"If universities truly strive to prepare young Americans for the real world, they cannot continue to operate under a softened rule of law that allows for categorical discrimination under the guise of social justice."
"Ford’s mention of her time at UNC in the 1980s raised the question: how much safer is the UNC of today than the UNC of Ford’s days?"
If I can’t convince you that Kavanaugh deserves the presumption of innocence, I recommend reading a book called “To Kill A Mockingbird”.
Our fellow Tar Heel, Dr. Ford, is brazenly fighting back against this toxic culture. We should be proud to call her one of us.