"All of the candidates running have diverse qualifications and ideas, and we feel encouraged by the quality of all of the candidates running to serve the town of Chapel Hill."
On Oct. 31, the right to revoke consent was approved unanimously by the General Assembly as part of Senate Bill 199; a bill intended to “strengthen and modernize” sexual assault laws in North Carolina.
In a world that so often disparages young Black kids, we should be doing everything we can to remind them of their worth. These classes would have been one way to do that.
But until all of this is changed, you should remember to vote in the upcoming local election on November 5th. The Woman Suffrage Movement and the Civil Rights Movement did not fight for universal suffrage for you to stay away from the voting booth, and you should care about exercising that right.
"So, to the powers that be at UNC: when faced with so many controversial issues, why not do something easy that would unquestionably benefit the student body, and give us bus passes, yeah?"
"After interviewing all of the candidates for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education, we were blown away by the quality, values and experience that each candidate brought to the table. There are four seats available, so we encourage you to vote based upon whose values align most-closely with your own. Overall, we believe that any of these five would make excellent members of the School Board."
The Daily Tar Heel's Editorial Board provides it's endorsements for the 2019 Chapel Hill mayoral election.
"The point of my article was less 'men are trash' (that’s slated for January) and more 'society makes us believe that fat is undesirable and develop irrelevant ideas about sex.'"
"In the spirit of the season, we thought we’d consult the stars once again to help you find that last-minute costume."
"Chapel Hill is a leader in so many fields, we should strive to make arts one of them."
"There is a time and place for free speech and public discourse. But placing an extremely graphic, two-story display in the middle of campus is simply not okay — and traumatizing people into taking your side is simply not it, chief."
In North Carolina, large corporations are beginning to threaten the safety of key river basins serving as a drinking water source for over 300,000 residents.
Hence, what Nacireman tribesmen believe to be a magnificent feat of man dominating nature — a rite of passage if you will — is actually primitive technology that shows an incapacity to work with nature rather than fight it.
"We must work to promote new norms of consent, respect and compassion. Through prevention-centered education, support and advocacy, CAV envisions a campus free from all forms of violence."