LETTERS


3/2/2017 11:32pm

Letter: Mike Adams speech is not a trap for liberals

In response to Joe Swain’s letter published on March 1 in The Daily Tar Heel: Mr. Swain referred to the invitation of Dr. Mike Adams as an unintentional “trap,” laid for campus liberals. 


3/1/2017 11:32pm

Letter: ​What UNC's history tells us about the alt-right

In response to the Feb. 13 letter “The alternative right exists on our campus,” a group of graduate students and recent Ph.D. graduates in the department of history, informed by the methods of our discipline, have come together to challenge the basic premises presented by its author.


3/1/2017 12:43am

​Letter: SBP election is embarrassing

Over the past weeks, we have seen complaint after complaint filed in the Board of Elections against every single SBP candidate who made the ballot.


2/27/2017 1:45am

Letter: Abortion policy shouldn’t misinform

The issue of abortion rights is particularly ambiguous in North Carolina, not only for financial reasons, as stated in the article about Norma McCorvey, but due to the implementation of legislation similar to the new House Bill 62 (Women’s Right to Know Ashley’s Law).


2/27/2017 1:44am

Letter: ​Ask Trump to rethink the global gag rule

Conversations about abortion are on the rise due to the recent death of “Jane Roe," the plaintiff in the historic Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion. President Trump’s reinstatement of the global gag rule makes these conversations more important than ever.


2/27/2017 1:41am

Letter: UNC does not protect vulnerable students

This letter, "UNC does not protect vulnerable students," has been removed because it did not meet The Daily Tar Heel's standards for accuracy. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes.


2/23/2017 11:45pm

Letter: ​UNC doesn’t support all students

The Op-Ed, “A Message to the Chancellor,” from Stephen Stacks that was published on Tuesday brilliantly exposed the disappointments in Chancellor Folt’s emails over the last couple of years.


2/23/2017 12:39am

Letter: ​HKonJ showed strength in numbers

I was proud of my home state of North Carolina after reading about the record attendance for the HKonJ. The diversity of the advocacy groups in attendance speaks of how power lies in numbers.