LETTERS


4/6/2017 12:38am

Letter: Tears of sorrow became tears of joy

In Dean Smith’s vision for players on the court to have one heartbeat, a special group of individuals created beauty from a memory that once made us weep.


4/5/2017 11:39am

Letter: The big game was a hair-raiser

This letter publicly concludes UNC Walk for Health’s successful “Let the Fro Grow” campaign in support of North Carolina star players Joel Berry, Isaiah Hicks and Justin Jackson and their sculptured afro dreadlocks hairstyles.

4/5/2017 11:38am

Letter:​ Championship came full circle

Back in the spring of 1993, I was 16 years old, and my parents let me borrow their car so I could drive from Durham to Chapel Hill to watch the national championship game between UNC and Michigan being shown on a big screen in Carmichael Arena.


4/4/2017 1:32am

Letter: N.C. voter ID laws could hurt students

In an article published by the (Raleigh) News & Observer on Dec. 31, 2016, former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory discussed his loss in the recent election, saying, “I think the real impact was [sic] in the Supreme Court decision to disallow us from having voter ID, which allowed a lot of college students who live out of state to vote.”


3/31/2017 12:02am

Letter: DTH should give José Valle a shot at EIC

Last weekend, the DTH’s board of directors disqualified José Valle from running for editor-in-chief. He had accidentally submitted the wrong file for his budget proposal, which is a new requirement for EIC candidates this year.


3/29/2017 12:09am

Letter: We must support the Center for Civil Rights

The proposal under consideration by The Board of Governors’ Educational Policy committee to stop the Center for Civil Rights from litigating against state and other entities defies the mission of UNC-Chapel Hill.


3/26/2017 11:27pm

Letter: Local voting patterns have skewed left

I’ve done a deep dive into voting patterns of UNC students living on or near campus who are registered in Orange County, focusing on 1992-1996, and 2008-2016 presidential elections.