11/1/2020 7:06pm

Research technician Katherine Sholtis works in the Margolis Lab of the HIV Cure Center in the Genetic Medicine Research Building on Nov. 15, 2018. Photo courtesy of Johnny Andrews/UNC-Chapel Hill. 

Column: Science is not the enemy

"This political game has no place in research, nor should we allow it to attack science as an element of the American identity. Simply put, public research and communication ought to be independent of such political pressures."


10/29/2020 7:17pm

Op-ed: It's 2020—There's still racism in the journalism industry

"It is time that journalists work together to end discrimination not just in the communities that we cover, but also in our own industry. We need to speak up in situations where people are being racist and prejudiced in our own spaces and workplaces."


10/29/2020 6:27pm

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Column: Vote like our lives depend on it

"I know some people may just want to pretend this pandemic is over and want a president who will assure you it's no big deal, but not everyone has the privilege to just ignore what is going on right now. They are terrified by the prospect of what is to come."


10/27/2020 8:41pm

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Editorial: Will UNC ever learn?

"Rather than trying to achieve the impossible, the administration should spend the next few months finding ways to radically improve the online learning experience, so students aren’t left hanging (again) when things inevitably go awry."


10/27/2020 8:35pm

A ballot booth at University Place early voting site on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020.

Column: Gen Z is America's last hope

"While young Americans have been historically horrible at voting, 2020 is different. When Republicans try to suppress our vote, it just makes us want to vote even more."


10/27/2020 6:16pm

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Column: Is your favorite sitcom problematic?

"Sitcoms are made to make us feel good, and it’s easy to want to defend that — especially in 2020, when most any semblance of comfort seems to have been taken from us. But microaggressive humor comes at a cost."