EDITORIALS


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.


3/25/2018 8:44pm

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Editorial: Happy internship season, Tar Heels

It may be time to shed your winter bae to prepare yourself for the next season which involves just as much unrequited love, rejection and, on rare occasion, affirmation.  Internship Season is upon us. Here are some guidelines for navigating these next few stressful months!


3/8/2018 8:35pm

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Opinion: A guide to escaping Chapel Hill

If you’re stuck in Chapel Hill this spring break, have no fear. There are tons of fun, affordable and exciting things to do outside of the Chapel Hill bubble.


2/25/2018 11:24pm

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Editorial: Tucker Carlson is not a journalist

 The Triad Foundation gave over $56,000 that year to the Media Research Center, a nonprofit whose self-proclaimed sole mission is “To expose and neutralize the propaganda arm of the Left: the national news media.” 


2/20/2018 7:01pm

Opinion: Olympics end, inequality stays

Building up male-dominated sports as more exciting than women-dominated sports brings up the complicated history of the exclusion of women in society. 


2/15/2018 7:44pm

Editorial: Will football make it to Super Bowl LXXII?

Football participation rates are on the decline, with star parents such as Mark Cuban, Justin Timberlake and Barack Obama saying they wouldn't want their children to play football. What does this mean for the sport's future?


2/9/2018 12:33am

Marchers move down Jones St. at the 11th HKonJ march in Raleigh on Feb. 11, 2017.

Editorial: Why you should attend HKonJ this Saturday

HKonJ, which starts at 8:30 a.m. in Raleigh, represents the coming together of people concerned about the direction our state and country are going in. Last year was a high mark for HKonJ, with over 80,000 people in attendance. That is wonderful, and hopefully, that number will rise this Saturday.