So, instead of prioritizing productivity, let's put empathy, creativity and self care at the top of our to-do lists.
COVID-19 is the world’s first social media pandemic, and we all have a responsibility to fight back — especially when misinformation can have life-and-death consequences. Stay informed, and stay safe.
"And when time inevitably comes that you or someone you know needs treatment for COVID-19, who would you rather have the mask?"
"The Editorial Board urges the University to make decisions with the community's best interests in mind, and avoid placing further financial or emotional hardships on its students and employees in this tumultuous time."
"Given the dire financial precariousness facing graduate workers here and around the country, the Editorial Board joins StrikeDownSam’s endorsement of the UCSC strike and its condemnation of the UC administration’s termination of strikers."
It’s imperative that during this pandemic, individuals remain calm.
The UNC System has been derailed by politics for far too long, and untangling itself from this web of partisanship begins with the Board of Governors. If Democrats are able to win back the General Assembly in November, they shouldn’t just appoint far-left liberals to the UNC BOG. Instead, change the structure to a non-partisan board, chosen by merit over partisanship, with equal appointment power to Democratic and Republican leaders.
"This year, the Editorial Board urges you to pay close attention to the N.C. House and Senate races for your district (in addition to those for other state and local offices). Ignorance and/or indifference is no longer an acceptable excuse, especially not when so much is at stake."
"The affordable housing crisis has many interrelated causes, most of which require far-reaching structural change to mend. Nevertheless, $10 million can help house hundreds of families."
The University classifies weather-related closings by the UNC System’s Adverse Weather and Emergency Events Policy. Condition 2: Suspended Operations is generally what us students want when we hope for a day of no classes. Condition 2 stipulates that faculty and students have their classes cancelled, but also requires “non-mandatory” employees to not report to work. Instead, these employees must use personal leave time for time lost working.
“Cheer” follows a community college cheerleading team from Corsicana, Texas as they prepare for the National Cheerleaders Association Collegiate National Championship in Daytona, Florida. The series shows the audience what it’s like to be a cheerleader and coach for one of the best cheer teams in the country.
All journalism is local — we can’t keep taking it for granted.
"And though the monument itself may be gone from our campus, the systemic injustices it stood for live on, entangled firmly in the embrace of the UNC System's administration."
"Over the past ten years, the number of UNC students declaring or intending to major in computer science has swelled 831.65 percent, far outpacing faculty growth in the department, which grew 8.2 percent in the same time period."
The Editorial Board responds to the Silent Sam settlement.
The editorial board sat down with the two candidates running for Student Body President. Here's some of what they said.
After conducting in-depth interviews with the candidates, reading their platforms and considering their qualifications for office, our editorial board members cast their votes on who they would like to endorse. Below, you'll find some of the highlights from our board members' decision-making process.
Whether you’re here to indulge your procrastination or because you genuinely just want to know which library is right for you, we hope this quiz can help you find what you’re looking for.
There is a fine line between heeding the warnings of government and health authorities and giving in to the global panic and discrimination against East Asians. This is a distinction of which we must be acutely aware and proactive about maintaining.