9/9/2008 12:00am

Davis Library entrance not Coker" needs light

TO THE EDITOR:Your editorial advocating aesthetically pleasing lighting in Coker Arboretum (""Let there be light" Sept. 5) is admirable but a more pressing need for aesthetic lighting that would benefit far more students can be found at the entrance to Davis Library.

9/8/2008 12:00am

Asbestos one of Morrison's 'several unique features'

TO THE EDITOR:UNC's housing Web site defines Morrison the newly renovated South Campus dorm" as a ""vibrant"" exciting place to live"" and it goes on to list ""several unique features"" that Morrison has that give it an edge over the other dorms on campus.

9/8/2008 12:00am

Carolina a leader in the realm of sustainability

TO THE EDITOR: Kudos to the DTH for recognizing ways in which Chapel Hill's rooftops can be used more sustainably!  The projects cited in Monday's editorial (""Putting green on top: Chapel Hill roofs put to sustainable uses"") — UNC's green roofs and Duke Energy's solar collectors  — exemplify the definition of sustainability.

9/8/2008 12:00am

Finding a suitable adviser a great challenge at UNC

TO THE EDITOR: After two years of Carolina classes projects midterms and exams I reflect on my greatest challenges thus far in my academic career: trying to find a suitable adviser and trying to officially submit a request to double major.

9/8/2008 12:00am

Marketplace of ideas includes different voices

TO THE EDITOR:I am highly disappointed at the manner in which both The Daily Tar Heel as well as members of the campus community have responded to Student Congress' decision to fund Carolina Students for Life's large fall event.While CSFL's display is receiving critique based on claims of its supposed divisive offensive and unproductive nature its critics are the ones producing hateful and harmful accusations founded on misunderstandings and personal biases.

9/8/2008 12:00am

Learning Center director gives thanks to peer tutors

TO THE EDITOR:As director of the Learning Center I have overseen the life of a wonderful student initiative. The Peer Tutoring Program begun in the late 1980s by a handful of students has over the years provided help to thousands of students in all kinds of subjects including foreign languages sciences social sciences math economics and business.

11/19/2004 12:00am

Dance Marathon forms to be submitted by midnight

TO THE EDITOR: Seven years ago, a group of dedicated students at this university started an organization to unite the entire campus and surrounding community. Now as the largest student-run fund-raiser on campus, the UNC Dance Marathon has become a strong Carolina tradition.