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There is a fine line between heeding the warnings of government and health authorities and giving in to the global panic and discrimination against East Asians. This is a distinction of which we must be acutely aware and proactive about maintaining.
Whenever a Nacireman tells me the distance to a place, I am never sure whether I should call an Uber or walk. If 5,280 feet = 1 mile, does that mean I need running shoes, or can I make do with high heels? Advice to foreigners: Call the Uber. Trust me.
I believe Kobe spent the rest of his life in this pursuit — likely not in most conducive ways to his victim, but still in the best ways he knew: as a son of the city, husband and father. I believe in the man Kobe tirelessly strove to be. And I grieve deeply for him, and the countless lives he touched.
The University has given us a false dichotomy, in which we ostensibly must give up our civil liberties in exchange for peace of mind. But there shouldn’t have to be a trade-off between safety and privacy.
This initiative is a solid step from within our community to alleviate some of the problems we face. It’s not often that we get to read about something so promising. Here’s to hoping this program, and similar ones, can expand to more schools across the state.
"The question that is still up in the air is the effectiveness of the containment of the virus, and to what level of progression the virus will reach before it affects our lives here."
"It is the new attention economy that has morphed journalism into a glorified competition of who can be the first to deliver the most shocking news story imaginable — regardless of the facts."
"In a time where the Klan seemed almost omnipotent and their power unmatchable, the American Indians of Robeson County swiftly and effectively showed them the door."
"The Editorial Board applauds UNC for beginning to grant two types of four-week paid family leave beginning in January, particularly for being equitable in providing the benefit to all staff, non-faculty and part-time workers ...Yet it’s dangerous to become complacent in congratulations, and the Board encourages the University to extend their new paid leave policy."
UNC is making it easier to submit your ballot this year. And even if you'll be away, here's other ways to make your voice heard.
But here’s the thing about study lounges — If I’m an RA in Hojo and I see two feet peeking out from under a table and a young first-year's head thrown back in glorious ecstasy, do I know what’s going on? Absolutely. But am I going to step in and say something? Looking less likely.
The editorial board on candidate endorsements in the current political climate.
Some general advice: make sure you are vaccinated, wash your hands, avoid places with a lot of people and go to a doctor ASAP if you are not feeling well.