But it’s the question no one can objectively answer that will decide this primary: who has the best chance at defeating Donald Trump and Republicans down-ballot?
"Although some individuals act as teaching assistants for courses or mentor undergraduates during rotations and thesis work, doctoral programs very rarely require curriculum on how to prepare for and teach a lecture course, how to effectively mentor trainees or even how to manage grant money outside of individual projects and among larger groups."
"So, this year when you see a bunch of folks walking around today with ashen crosses on our heads, just know we aren’t some alien force. We’ve been here awhile, and a lot of us like to call this place our home."
From a hotline to answers to your questions on voter ID, the former executive director of Democracy North Carolina, Bob Hall, outlines tips and resources for voting in the upcoming March 3 primaries.
"It’s an exciting time for sports fans across the state, and it’s something to definitely keep an eye out for as plans for soccer and hockey solidify over the next few months."
I walked into a mirrored abyss lit by innumerable lights that brighten, fade, change their colors. I let myself become absorbed in the moment and felt simultaneously whole and void, full and without meaning.
The University classifies weather-related closings by the UNC System’s Adverse Weather and Emergency Events Policy. Condition 2: Suspended Operations is generally what us students want when we hope for a day of no classes. Condition 2 stipulates that faculty and students have their classes cancelled, but also requires “non-mandatory” employees to not report to work. Instead, these employees must use personal leave time for time lost working.
"I get it. You’re scared of the coronavirus, and an Asian person sat next to you. Covering your face with your shirt was simply a precaution, even if shirts only marginally protect against virions. How can such a harmless act be offensive?"
"I firmly believe that technology is intersectional; it embraces change, impact and different world views."
“Cheer” follows a community college cheerleading team from Corsicana, Texas as they prepare for the National Cheerleaders Association Collegiate National Championship in Daytona, Florida. The series shows the audience what it’s like to be a cheerleader and coach for one of the best cheer teams in the country.
"At the end of the day, The Daily Tar Heel belongs entirely to its readers. It always has."
"And yet, having those choices, difficult though they may be, is still fundamentally better than having no choice at all."
"I am glad to see our students so engaged with this important topic — cross campus collaboration of ideas and commitment is a key part of the pledge we uphold. I stand with you in committing to a healthier campus, community and world."
All journalism is local — we can’t keep taking it for granted.
"Basketball is a traditional competition where the tallest children in the village attempt to put a brown sphere into a sacred high basket. It is quite a futile task because the basket has a gaping hole at its bottom; hence, the ball always falls through."
"The Board of Governors can — and should — leave it in storage."