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2/6/2019 9:45pm

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Column: Not enough, Lenoir

"Finding worms and undercooked meat being served at a dining hall accessible to UNC’s almost 20,000-person undergraduate population is disturbing, and not something one can just forget the next time they’re biting into Lenoir’s flavorless pineapple."


2/5/2019 9:57pm

Kent McDonald

Column: Learning to open my eyes

"I don’t really know how to make sense of a world where people do unimaginable things. I don’t know where such violence and hatred comes from. I don’t know what the right way to respond to something like this is, or if there even is one."


2/5/2019 9:47pm

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Column: 'Gimme shelter'

"To the students here at UNC who intend to go into urban planning: you have so much potential to do good in this world, and I implore you to do what you can to transform housing from a commodity to a human right."


1/28/2019 12:08am

Livy Polen

Column: Cardi B, we don't like it like that

But no proletariat revolution has ever originated on Instagram live inside of a multi-millionaire’s walk-in closet. Tomi Lahren is right: it’s disturbingly comical how fame has become a golden soapbox for celebrities to spread their hypocritical agendas.  


1/28/2019 12:00am

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Column: White is a race

The college admissions process is complex and universities are uniquely, inherently selective. So, most react to rejection with the quip that, “It just be like that sometimes.”