By Emily Yue

9/18/2017, 8:27pm

The Editorial Board takes on: "Things we like to do."

This is the first in a series of illustrations of discussion points and individual opinions from editorial board meetings that didn't make the page.

Each of The Daily Tar Heel's editorials are pitched, written and published as collaborative pieces from the Editorial Board. Every other week, the board will share some of our discussion points that didn't make the cut from our meetings to the page in a segment that features individual board members' voices. To start off "The Editorial Board Takes On" series, we asked each other what we liked to do in our free time. 

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9/10/2018 12:31am

Guest op-ed: Chapel Hill's truthful Southern history

"Much of what passes for history is of transitory importance and survival among professionals alone confers permanence. But quite apart from that consideration, new generations of UNC students and readers of The Daily Tar Heel ought to value the legacy of truthful southern history generated in Chapel Hill."

9/6/2018 9:53pm

Ramishah Maruf

Column: Is being 'woke' the new corporate trend?

From burning shoes to giving praise, Nike's decision to have Colin Kapernick as the face of their most recent campaign has sparked a wide array of reactions. But are they really "woke," or are they just trying to appeal to younger generations?

9/6/2018 9:22pm

Sydney Peregoy

Column: The witching hour

"Often I am offended at the notion of someone else deciding my level of innocence for me, but, as it has passively been pointed out to me by many, I am but a weak little female, so ultimately I’m not qualified to determine who I really am."

9/3/2018 10:49pm

Ramishah Maruf

Viewpoints: Don't even talk about video games

Gun control is easily the most polarized issue in America right now. It’s an issue that’s complex and layered, but if you’re going to debate about it, please bring up points that are relevant to the conversation.

9/2/2018 7:55pm

Editorial: We demand action on the heatwave

It’s hot. So, so hot. Hellishly hot, some might say. Sweat runs down your your back. Your glasses start to slip down your greasy, sweaty nose. You’re a mess. Everyone is appalled.

9/2/2018 7:49pm

Zachary Kosnitzky

Column: UNC's respite of recovery

With 18,523 undergraduate students, we can assume that there are about 1,500-1,800 students who fit some criteria for a substance use disorder. Nearly half of them never seek appropriate treatment. 

8/29/2018 9:46pm

Viewpoints: Memes Connect Carolina

Who knew memes could mean so much more than raunchy laughs?  As I continue my years at Carolina, I hope to contribute to that conversation and dabble in meme creation myself.