2/9/2020 7:43pm

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Column: Why is it so hard to get PrEP on campus?

"Let’s remember that there are low-income, Black and Latinx students on this campus. Let’s also remember that these students’ access to PrEP is being limited in a way that is antithetical to the groundbreaking strides that our University is making in HIV research." 


2/9/2020 7:13pm

Mary Drue

Column: An ode to Lisa Drew

"Abstinence-only education doesn’t work. In fact, all of the evidence shows that abstinence-only education is ineffective at best, but also that it potentially contributes to higher teen pregnancy and birth rates."


2/5/2020 7:18pm

Letter: Chief Perry responds to 'Geofencing' editorial

"Again, if there is potentially incendiary, suspicious language or concerning images being communicated, law enforcement is notified of that threat — we are not notified of names, nor dates of birth, nor specific identification."


2/4/2020 7:50pm

Quiz: Which UNC library are you?

Whether you’re here to indulge your procrastination or because you genuinely just want to know which library is right for you, we hope this quiz can help you find what you’re looking for.


2/4/2020 7:09pm

Editorial: Don't drag racism into this

There is a fine line between heeding the warnings of government and health authorities and giving in to the global panic and discrimination against East Asians. This is a distinction of which we must be acutely aware and proactive about maintaining. 


2/2/2020 8:06pm

abhishek shankar

Column: Navigating grief for Kobe Bryant

I believe Kobe spent the rest of his life in this pursuit — likely not in most conducive ways to his victim, but still in the best ways he knew: as a son of the city, husband and father. I believe in the man Kobe tirelessly strove to be. And I grieve deeply for him, and the countless lives he touched.


2/2/2020 7:27pm

Editorial: Party like it's '1984'

The University has given us a false dichotomy, in which we ostensibly must give up our civil liberties in exchange for peace of mind. But there shouldn’t have to be a trade-off between safety and privacy. 


1/30/2020 7:59pm

Editorial: Free swim lessons for all!

This initiative is a solid step from within our community to alleviate some of the problems we face. It’s not often that we get to read about something so promising. Here’s to hoping this program, and similar ones, can expand to more schools across the state.