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Monday November 28th

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Laura Saavedra Forero, a freshman neuroscience major, poses for a portrait outside of UNC's Student Union on Oct. 26. "My life shouldn't be put at greater risk due to the University's sheer disregard for its disabled students," Saavedra said.

Column: Where is the accountability to disabled students?

"UNC has shown that when it actually cares about something, then it can produce swift and deliberate change and accountability. So when it stalls on accessibility, racial justice initiatives, financial aid or paying reasonable wages to all of its workers, it is clear it simply does not care. It is time for UNC to put action behind its promises and make this campus actually accessible for all of its students."

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Students cross South road on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Jan. 25, 2022.

Column: Chapel Hill should be for pedestrians

"In its current state, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area is difficult to navigate by foot and car. And when these modes of transportation intersect, neither is properly managed or advocated for.  But if the balance had to be shifted in the favor of one side, it should be the pedestrians."

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