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Saturday March 6th

Letters


Letter: ​Provide a cohesive voice for all of UNC

In Wednesday’s The Daily Tar Heel article on GPSF’s potential separation, it was repeatedly stated that GPSF wanted to remove graduate and professional representation from the legislative branch of student government, Student Congress.

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Letter: Viewpoints sparked a good conversation

As University Entrepreneur-in-Residence and one of the founders of the E-Minor in the Department of Economics I could not be more pleased with the provocative and thoughtful essays on entrepreneurship in the Viewpoints column. Hopefully, this is the beginning of a continuing conversation about ways that innovation and entrepreneurial thinking can be appropriately integrated into a liberal arts curriculum.

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Letter: ​ASGA is in solidarity with protesters

We are members of the American Studies Graduate Student Association. We write now in solidarity with the protests against police violence in Charlotte following the murder of Keith Lamont Scott and with those fighting against the transphobic politics of North Carolina’s House Bill 2.

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Letter: ​Gov. McCrory allowed council to clarify HB2

An urgent question before the people of this state is whether the original ordinance of the Charlotte City Council in regard to gender rights harmonizes or conflicts with the present implications of all relevant state government constitutional and statutory relevance and authority.

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Letter: Gov. McCrory needs to give HB2 up

TO THE EDITOR: I am disgusted by the finger-pointing over HB2. Since Gov. McCrory and the Republican legislature passed this disastrous law, North Carolina has lost thousands of jobs and more than $395 million.

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