But here’s the thing about study lounges — If I’m an RA in Hojo and I see two feet peeking out from under a table and a young first-year's head thrown back in glorious ecstasy, do I know what’s going on? Absolutely. But am I going to step in and say something? Looking less likely.
The editorial board on candidate endorsements in the current political climate.
Some general advice: make sure you are vaccinated, wash your hands, avoid places with a lot of people and go to a doctor ASAP if you are not feeling well.
"If you had told Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that building social movements could be done in 140 characters or less, we doubt he would believe you. The power of social media, Twitter in particular, to fundamentally alter the political arena is almost mythical."
This is a call for simplicity and clarity in academic writing, as well as a call for us all to demonstrate the principle of charity in conversation — seeking to understand the speaker’s point as opposed to pulling apart the words they use to express that point.
With the first reported case in Washington state, government officials have already started cracking down on preventing the virus from making rounds across the United States. Screenings for the illness have been expanded in major airports across the US, including in San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles.
"The overemphasis on food and weight in Lifetime Fitness classes reflects a pervasive societal diet culture that many people are working hard to eradicate."
Guest columnist Trevor Marks on the NCAA refusal to compensate college athletes.
Ever heard of missed connections? The Daily Tar Heel is launching its own rendition of the hopeless romantic's search.
"It seems both cruel and expensive to design areas where someone can't sleep, if it wasn’t for the spikes or the slant."
"My hypothesis on why Naciremans often omit Dr. King’s dissenting opinion on capitalism is due to a fear of its implications. Indeed, there has been significant progress within, and cooperation among, Nacireman tribes since the '60s. However, there is still much more that needs to be done."
"Amy March, portrayed by Academy Award nominee Florence Pugh, said it best: 'The world is hard on ambitious girls.'"
"The press coverage of Markle exhibits the stale conditioning of the public to regard this woman and person of color in a negative light, no matter her contributions to society."
"Just like those who use social media as a space for advocacy — using this platform to raise awareness about social issues is inherently helpful in spreading awareness."