"Technology shouldn’t replace traditional teaching, which is what I’ve seen it utilized for in 13 years of primary and secondary public education. But we certainly shouldn’t be afraid of it."
"What this place needs is a few leaders who know intellectual integrity at closer than second hand."
Studies estimate that as many as 50 to 75 percent of girls with ADHD are never diagnosed.
But no proletariat revolution has ever originated on Instagram live inside of a multi-millionaire’s walk-in closet. Tomi Lahren is right: it’s disturbingly comical how fame has become a golden soapbox for celebrities to spread their hypocritical agendas.
The college admissions process is complex and universities are uniquely, inherently selective. So, most react to rejection with the quip that, “It just be like that sometimes.”
"The Undergraduate Senate passed a resolution Tuesday that recommended renaming Aycock Hall. The resolution passed without debate. Unfortunately, the resolution is merely symbolic."
Kent and Annie give advice on sexting, keeping healthy and mourning.
Technology is so deeply intertwined with our lives that our data is at greater risk than anyone else’s. We’re on Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and so many other apps, and sharing so much of our day to day activities on them, while failing to consider how what we think is private information that can be used by these companies.
"Journalists hold a uniquely powerful position in society, and, as such, our mistakes can wreck lives. Criticism from the public is necessary to hold us accountable and to remind us that we, like everyone else, are fallible."
"Campus culture can be toxic – given the competition, pressure and expectations, it’s no wonder so many students suffer."
As recently as 2015, the TSA failed to detect smuggled weapons during tests 95% of the time.
"Powerful and accountable local government can be affected by the desires of the citizens much more quickly than a lumbering federal bureaucracy might be."
"So, let’s be the most awful, let’s try and outdo ourselves and elect someone even more unqualified, even less presidential come 2020."
Listen to Charles Scott, UNC's first Black scholarship athlete.
Yes, we are granted freedom of speech, but would it benefit us more if we instead chose to listen?
Underrepresented students who have a viable claim to a discrimination suit are the only ones with standing to benefit from affirmative action under the racial justice rubric. The law can’t recognize an unquantifiable concept like institutional racism. The only real question is whether administrators at UNC allowed their ideology to cloud their understanding of law and the Constitution.