9/16/2018 8:54pm


Editorial: Learn about donor demands

The UNC we know and love would not be possible without donor gifts unless tuition and/or taxes were raised, always politically difficult propositions. Development staff are among the finest persuaders in our midst.

9/2/2018 7:55pm

Editorial: We demand action on the heatwave

It’s hot. So, so hot. Hellishly hot, some might say. Sweat runs down your your back. Your glasses start to slip down your greasy, sweaty nose. You’re a mess. Everyone is appalled.

8/23/2018 9:34pm

Editorial: UNC should defer rush

Universities across the country are implementing delayed rush policies in an attempt to give first-years time to breathe and establish themselves before committing to Greek life. Perhaps this is a policy UNC would be wise to adopt, as well. 

4/17/2018 9:01pm

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Editorial: The Gilded Now

The first Gilded Age was a time of technological, social and cultural transition which only came to its close with the crisis of WWI and the devastation of the Great Depression. Twain is oftentimes (probably mis-) attributed with saying that history doesn’t repeat itself, but it definitely rhymes.

4/15/2018 8:06pm

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Editorial: Thank you, CUAB

CUAB activities can be hit-or-miss. But this year, the programs offered have been hitting what students want right on the nail. 

4/9/2018 7:07pm

Column: Stand by controversial opinion writers

Controversial thinkers are the mainstay of historical moments. They look at the world and find it wanting in some way. But not only do they find it wanting, they strive against the status quo. Sometimes, these people are on the wrong side of history. Other times, they are not. Either way they promote discourse and deep thought and sometimes even action. 

4/8/2018 8:16pm

Joyner Residence Hall is part of Carolina Housing.

Editorial: UNC may need to require on-campus housing if nothing changes

Balancing the need for luxury and affordable housing is hard enough, but Chapel Hill also has thousands of students competing with working class families for cheap housing options. In context, it is no wonder the area has challenges finding housing for everyone. 

4/5/2018 10:45pm

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Op-Ed: Predatory behavior continues

"I hope all of our MJ-school women and men will be prepared when the next unwarranted and unwelcome “come on” is mixed up with a professional media request."

4/3/2018 9:35pm

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Editorial: Big business is appealing, but people come first

The Chapel Hill Town Council decision to continue with plans to displace a mobile home community in place of a luxury apartment complex in January was met with much criticism from organizations like the Chapel Hill Alliance for a Livable Town. The Town Council did not do much to accommodate those that were going to lose their homes, but this is a lesson that students can learn from because helping community members who need it most is more important than town development.