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4/23/2019 11:31pm

Kent McDonald

Column: Thank you for reading!

Writing isn't just for the purpose of writing — its to be less alone and to make a connection with people — at least that's what Kent McDonald thinks as he reflects back on his time writing for the Daily Tar Heel. 


4/21/2019 8:22pm

A brick covered with pollen outside of South building on Sunday, April 4, 2019.

Editorial: And it was all yellow

"All we want is to be able to step outside without feeling like we’ve stepped into a Coldplay song. Everything is yellow. Especially the sidewalks – we ought to just start calling them the yellow brick road."


4/16/2019 10:32pm

Jeff McCracken and Dean Penny held a discussion and presentation Tuesday morning on their new five-year plan for transportation and parking at UNC.

Guest Column: 'The only crime UNC Police has committed'

"These intentional, slanderous fabrications are an attempt to recruit for a cause that for some may have begun as an anti-racism campaign, but has now devolved into a concerted effort focused on the opposition to, and destruction of, all forms of campus authority."

4/16/2019 7:25pm

abhishek shankar

Column: A love letter to Kevin Durant

"As a lifelong Warriors fan, I’ll be sad and disappointed to see KD go. But as a lifelong basketball fan? I wish him nothing but the best. I am eternally thankful for his contributions to the game and grateful for the privilege of seeing him play in our colors for our city. From the bottom of my heart, I cannot wait to see what #35 accomplishes next."


4/15/2019 9:24pm

Guest Column: Believe me

"I’m going to invoke my 20-year service plaque and ask a few things of my campus community:"


4/12/2019 12:06am

Ramishah Maruf

Column: Chapel Hill needs a Publix

Chapel Hill doesn't just need a Publix, it deserves a Publix. Editorial Board's Ramishah Maruf shares her thoughts on why a Publix would fit right in with the Chapel Hill vibe. 


4/8/2019 8:10pm

Chris Dahlie

Column: Save the trailer parks

"I am willing to dream that the most vulnerable among us can be included in the American Dream of homeownership. If the trailer is the gateway to that, bring it on and defend those residents already in them."


4/7/2019 9:44pm

Paige Masten

Column: Some Berry good news

"The Elevator Queen has decided to abdicate her throne, and we should all rejoice. Last week, North Carolina Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry announced she thankfully won’t run for a sixth term in 2020."