"A hundred years have passed since the guns of the Great War fell silent."
"Someone out there that can make this happen, but I no longer believe that this person is Coach Fedora."
"To reinstall the Confederate monument to any location on UNC’s campus is to herald for the nation and for the world that UNC is not a welcoming place for Black people."
"Save a ticket, a hospital visit and perhaps even a life."
"Last Friday, you showed us that the work continues. We need to see a tireless effort to serve your student body by constantly improving. We demand you put the best interests of your student body in mind when you roll out the plans you shared with the Daily Tar Heel. We look forward to see if you act to foster a Carolina for ALL."
In response to Molly Looman’s, “The Marketplace of Ideas is failing the journalism industry.” While in truth, what Molly is suggesting is well-intentioned, it does not take account for the very human tendencies that she purports to being the causes of the issues.
Here are a few letters we received in the weeks of transition to the summer paper.
Given these inaccuracies and quotations taken out of context, we request that the DTH publish a statement of the inaccuracies, retract the article, and pull it from your website.
Until the University is prepared to provide and fund texting plans to all students, the idea of requiring us to have phones on hand to use even library computers to check our emails is unreasonable and classist.
At UNC we celebrate our own version of Holi known as Holi Moli, a way to connect our campus and celebrate our diverse community.
Contrary to what Chancellor Folt has led you to believe, at UNC the arts are not for everyone.
Portraying Soviet memes as acceptable whereas Nazi memes are unacceptable is outright denying history.
The problem with this article is that it insinuates that students involved in Greek life on campus are more inclined to use these dangerous substances
When will there be change in North Carolina regarding gun laws?
The burden falls on us to work our hardest and to do the best that we can in the present.
I feel that is important to advocate for legislative change in regards to the use of e-cigarettes in public places.
It simply makes no sense to be so afraid of how violent right-wingers are that you go and beat the shit out of them.