A small death of my soul occurs every time I hear of another slaughter. I worry that enough of these small deaths, felt as a nation, will leave no one to take a hold of the wheel and swerve us off of this terrible path.
How can we teach young journalists to stand their ground in one of the most difficult times for journalism?
I’m a journalism major, and I think often about what my career will look like after I graduate. It’s a dangerous time to be a journalist, and if our president won’t protect us, who will?
An important component of any bill that legalizes marijuana, however, should be the release of all prisoners held on marijuana-related charges, as well as some compensation for their legal persecution. Ending a long-standing tool of systemic oppression is not enough; we will also have to undo the damage that this oppression created.
One of the most notable of these civil rights movements has been the transgender movement. Their success has been nearly unprecedented in political and cultural history. The rapidity at which they have succeeded at achieving recognition has been remarkable, especially when you consider that movements who represent larger portions of the population have taken much longer to achieve their goals.
The 2018 midterm elections produced many surprising victories, but perhaps the most game-changing of them all was that won by diversity in politics.
A better, clear principle is simply telling the truth and giving the news when it comes available. Let the people decide how to react to it.
Throw into the mix that these students are struggling with mental disorders that can border on debilitating, and CAPS can be distinctly unhelpful.
"People like Corbin, who spew vitriolic hate at journalists and activists alike, are not First Amendment warriors."
It is past time to get up to speed with the facts on marijuana and change the North Carolina laws.
Our reputation has taken a bit of a hit these past few weeks. The way our officials handle elections in a county of almost 2 million people is, quite frankly, an embarrassment, and we need a vast overhaul of our system. But remember, we could always be North Florida.
With their vote today, it's true, they are making the world a little more precise. But they're making it less fun too.
Dennis Cuddy, former American history instructor at UNC, emphasizes the achievements of African American people.
"In catalyzing such a joyful mood, this journey offered me reminders of what constitutes the warm feeling of holidays: familiarity and tradition."
After the deadline for the administration to bring their decision on Silent Sam forward was pushed back to Dec. 3, the Editorial Board has some questions.
A truly pivotal decision: what to call the unknown culprit who is smearing poop in Winston Residence Hall's second-floor bathroom.