LETTERS


12/1/2016 11:50pm

Letter: ​College Republicans stand by Trump

The next president of the United States has been elected in a free and fair election by the American people and the electoral system each party agreed upon.


12/1/2016 12:11am

Letter: Musings from a field trip to Cherokee, N.C.

Ben Frey, the American studies professor who runs the Cherokee language program on campus, took a small group of Cherokee-language students up to the reservation in western North Carolina for the 104th annual Cherokee Indian Fair.


11/29/2016 11:14pm

Letter: ​Construction is more than an annoyance

I wanted to add to a point made in a recent article entitled “First-years start petition to show their annoyance with construction at Ehringhaus.” While I appreciate the exposure to our so called annoyance, I feel that our message has been somewhat misrepresented.


11/21/2016 11:56pm

Letter: ​Don’t assume worst about Trump voters

In your editorial, “Now is the time for all of us to speak out against hate,” you express incredulity at the backlash from your ill-thought quick hit maligning evangelical Christians for their support of President-elect Trump.


11/20/2016 11:22pm

Letter: ​Left humanitarianism is an elite ideology

Marshall Wade responded to one of my letters and asked how I could think that left humanitarianism was an elite ideology. He then proceeded to give examples of people in power acting against the ideology — but from a very distinct, past historical time period.


11/17/2016 10:57pm

Letter: ​Humanitarianism is not an elite ideology

I was more than a little amazed when I read John Jacobi’s letter to the Daily Tar Heel on Thursday where he referred to “social justice and humanitarianism” as ELITE IDEOLOGIES.