"Justifying the actions of ICE fundamentally requires that one believes that immigrants are less deserving of fundamental rights than other people, a vision of the world that places human worth on a hierarchy determined by where a person was born."
"If the preservation of one’s masculinity, through whatever means and modes of expression, are predicated upon the dehumanization of others, perhaps your brand of masculinity is inherently toxic."
Now that the dust has (mostly) settled from Student Government elections, it’s time to focus on a different UNC institution’s much-less-annoying selection process for leaders: the editor-in-chief race at The Daily Tar Heel.
So, when you look at this photograph, don’t just see what you think you see. I invite you to see the layers of meaning.
"I'll just say it — I think Michael Jordan is cursing UNC. Every time M.J. has come back to town in recent years, there have been consequences for the University he attended for three years."
"Today, we’ll be commemorating the victims and the families who lost children, spouses, parents. Alyssa, Scott, Martin, Nicholas, Aaron, Jaime, Chris, Luke, Cara, Joaquin, Alaina, Meadow, Helena, Alex, Carmen and Peter. "
"Our fight brings beauty to the world in ways we could not have foreseen or fore heard"
Alec Dent's hunt for Valentine's Day candy corn.
Valentine’s Day celebrates this humanity. Love is connection. It is the desire to know and be known.
This week, Annie and I are taking a slight detour from our normal course of action to educate you fools on romance and other things. Happy Valentine’s Day.
"As enlightened and progressive as we make Chapel Hill out to be, we can never forget that just four years ago, three students were murdered in this town because of their religion."
"Exposure of blatantly wrong opinions is necessary and will absolutely continue — until the reasons to do so subside."
AirPods, spring and Groundhog Day.
"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."
"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."
"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."