This is now at least the third letter I have written for similar infractions in past semesters.
Oh. My. God. I am screaming. I am SCREAMING!
Sharon P. Holland, Townsend Ludington Distinguished Endowed term professor in American Studies, writes about the TA grading strike at the end of last semester.
"So if the egg phenomenon says anything about what humanity is really like, deep down under all our social restrictions, it’s that we have a capacity for cooperation ..."
Read what alumna and former Assistant Dean of Students Melinda Manning has to say about her feelings on the current state of UNC.
Maybe senior year is far more about confronting grief than sparking joy. Maybe letting go does not require abandoning sentimentality. Maybe the most sentimental thing we can do is let go.
The entertainment industry has been complicit in its lack of reporting sexual abusers, and the situation with R. Kelly is no exception.
Civilization depends on law and order. But justice, in the form of social change, often depends on the thunder of those who refuse to bend the knee.
The Board of Governors reaction to Chancellor Folt's announcement is a dim reflection of modern partisan politics.
My RA was one of my closest friends on campus. UNC feels like less of a home for me without him on my floor. I believed in UNC’s commitment to my First-Year Experience, an experience that my RA was essential to creating and one that the administration actively damaged by removing him, especially in such a drawn-out, confusing way.
"Carol Folt has played one of the biggest hands in the defamation of UNC, but she now has a chance for redemption in the following months."
“It is really liberal,” many of them told me. “There aren’t very many other Christians there.”
"Eventually, we will have to seriously answer the question of how the internet changes what we expect from our public servants."
Political indoctrination, masquerading under the guise of science, breeds atrocity. It creates societies with skewed perceptions of objective reality — a world where the truth is all too often invalidated by my truth or your truth.
Stop scapegoating graduate students when UNC’s administration is profoundly harming and victimizing undergraduates by prioritizing white supremacy, a statue, police violence and apparently, our semester grades.
Kent McDonald (searching for a boyfriend) and Annie Kiyonaga (searching for an LFIT) are UNC’s premier (only!) satirical advice columnists. Results may vary.
A column for those who are struggling with social media.