"The whole concept of virginity, although entrenched in our culture, religion and education, needs a serious makeover. Like, let’s Queer Eye that shit."
Expanding the playoffs will inevitably ruin college football’s regular season, by both shortening the season and diminishing the importance of weekly games.
Someone has to eventually get tired of watching Alabama or Clemson play in the national championship for college football, right?
"That’s right, folks — that succulent on your windowsill might outlast the current UNC faculty. Hell, even Chad from Theta Apple Pi would probably last longer than the UNC administration."
"The University shouldn’t be surprised if students object when the new chancellor is named — especially since students were barely given a say in the first place. It’s a simple fix, really: just give students more of a say and it’ll make life easier for us all."
"The road to self-acceptance is a long one. In fact, I’m not sure if it ever really ends. The only thing I do know is this: my struggles explain me, but they don’t define me. And I think I’m OK with that."
"The governor made a mistake in approving the first pipeline, which was made more clear when his administration disapproved of the second. Let’s hope he recognizes his mistake, listens to activists and changes his mind for the environmental future of North Carolina. We don't want the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in our state."
The potential for inequity is immeasurable, but at least we can remain assured that our names are equally worth a hefty 47 cents each.
"In the wake of the recent "OK, Boomer" meme storm that has torn through the internet, some publications have adopted an overly-serious tone in deconstructing the importance of 'constructive intergenerational dialogue.'"
If we care about the health of this country, we have to address the underserved populations. We have to target these gaps in medicine with actionable change.
The culture of these sites threatens to reverse whatever progress we’ve made in the past fifty years promoting sexual agency and reducing the shame and stigma of female sexuality. Personally, that’s not really a path I want to go down. Do you?
"Our solutions to affordable housing don’t have to be shining, happy, single family homes or gleaming apartment towers. Sometimes, one of the oldest solutions can be the best."
Students, faculty and members of the community should visit this exhibit to get a deeper understanding of what "Cash Crop!" represents, and experience the power of the statues first-hand.
We’re tired of writing different versions of the same editorial, begging UNC to recognize the humanity of its marginalized students. At this point, it feels like we’re just screaming into the void. But more importantly, we know students of color are tired of living it.