"In catalyzing such a joyful mood, this journey offered me reminders of what constitutes the warm feeling of holidays: familiarity and tradition."
After the deadline for the administration to bring their decision on Silent Sam forward was pushed back to Dec. 3, the Editorial Board has some questions.
A truly pivotal decision: what to call the unknown culprit who is smearing poop in Winston Residence Hall's second-floor bathroom.
"You have to have a pretty solid reason to remake a film for the fourth time, especially when the plot wasn’t that good to begin with, and forced chemistry between a pop star and an actor singing generic country tunes is not a good enough reason."
"I signed up for Math 118 expecting a semester of half-assed work and deathly boring lectures. Professor Mark McCombs, our fearless Math 118 leader, totally, completely subverted my expectations."
Although Chancellor Carol Folt sent an email in 2016 that the results would be published, the University didn’t release the results until a Daily Tar Heel inquiry this semester.
As it turns out, Ariana Grande was the one with BDE the entire time. But because she lacks the D, it's been rebranded to "thank u, next."
I have researched these methods and they do, in fact, work. They are not at all stolen from every other teen advice article I’ve read online.
The current American social climate underappreciates critical, financially stable professions that discredit the mythical promise that a four-year education is the only route to success.
It is high time we in North Carolina take prudent step to uplift the UNC system with the following ideas.
Our discussion of gender neutrality is ongoing in English and in other world languages. Students should continue to challenge their perceptions of gender and hold their courses to the standards of inclusivity that UNC preaches.
With a fierce tip off to basketball season, all eyes are on first year step-in Coby White, whose game impressed not only Roy Williams but Carolina fans, as well.
There are so many sides to this current water crisis — so many multifaceted issues to consider. What is most important is that everyone affected by it remains safe. But let’s also remember the different problems that might arise for students and professors when classes resume.
What is clear is that the local, state and national community must begin to hold our politicians accountable to these basic issues. It may be all well and good for our government to be discussing the intricacies of immigration reform and the like — but their most basic roles should first be tended to, with the attention and funds that they deserve.
They have bright political futures ahead of them, and as their supporters, it serves us best to know they aren’t going anywhere. Neither is our fight to make America a better, safer place for everyone.
" Departing from my usual focus on politics, I’ve opted to recommend some music for the tense atmosphere. "
YAFI is feeling very tired today.