Gun control is easily the most polarized issue in America right now. It’s an issue that’s complex and layered, but if you’re going to debate about it, please bring up points that are relevant to the conversation.
It’s hot. So, so hot. Hellishly hot, some might say. Sweat runs down your your back. Your glasses start to slip down your greasy, sweaty nose. You’re a mess. Everyone is appalled.
"'Absolute power corrupts absolutely.' A popular phrase — you’ve probably heard it before. It’s wrong, of course. It should say: power exposes corruption."
With 18,523 undergraduate students, we can assume that there are about 1,500-1,800 students who fit some criteria for a substance use disorder. Nearly half of them never seek appropriate treatment.
Don't completely remove video games from the gun violence conversation.
With one of the highest rates of death by firearm in the developed world, is America simply looking for something to blame?
Take your memes and get off my d***n lawn!
Who knew memes could mean so much more than raunchy laughs? As I continue my years at Carolina, I hope to contribute to that conversation and dabble in meme creation myself.
My view of the University is rather simple: the University is a place where those students who are the most talented should go after high school to continue their education. Attempts to create lasting social differences through universities can be better achieved by other means.
Player safety, misconduct and protest surround the NFL, which raises questions about where the League's priorities lie.
To all the rom-coms I've loved before.
We should treat some of the most vulnerable members of our community with respect, compassion and kindness.
Among the white men who have had their feelings hurt by the statue’s removal is UNC Board of Governors member and former state senator Thomas Cowart Goolsby.
"As someone who teaches American military history, I cannot count the number of student-veterans who have expressed dismay to me over the statue and what it represents in their eyes: war against United States and the killing of its military personnel."
Universities across the country are implementing delayed rush policies in an attempt to give first-years time to breathe and establish themselves before committing to Greek life. Perhaps this is a policy UNC would be wise to adopt, as well.
I always like getting back into the mindset of having to juggle the responsibilities of my rigorous course-load with making sure I’m prepared for that treasured time of the month.
"UNC has had a long tradition of making African Americans unwelcome on campus. Silent Sam symbolized that desire to keep the school a place for those with considerable privilege."