"Please drop this useless power grab and accept that your role in this movement has never been presidential. And this also goes to everybody throwing their support behind Bernie: your voice is too important to waste on someone who just doesn’t know when to pack it up and retire already."
"Fully reporting election results allows our elected leaders to more accurately take the temperature of the campus, not relying on what they perceive it to be."
"School rivalries can be fun and exciting and motivational, but they are not an excuse to behave amorally. As Tar Heels, we are better than this."
"When the screen faded to black on "Dating Around’s" final episode, I picked up my phone and texted the guy who I described my first date with as “typical but not outstanding.” Fingers trembling, I asked him on a second date. He said yes."
"So no, I will not apologize for believing Smollett, because neither you nor I were the injured party following his lie; neither of us deserve atonement. However, I am deeply sorry to the victims of any attack on their personhood who may now be hesitant to seek justice, as this pernicious precedent has stripped hate victims of their credibility."
"Rather than actually appreciating the high art made by minority filmmakers, the Academy picks whatever movie seems popular among society in the hopes that they can trick us into thinking they actually understand diversity."
Some might even say the connection between us is cosmic.
Help yourself, and a local business, out, go eat at Cosmic.
The James Cates memorial is a monument. It is a memorial. It is a work of art
YAFI gives you tips on how to do basketball in Chapel Hill.
What do Carolina and Duke basketball have in common, other than enthusiastic fans, multiple ACC and NCAA championships and Hall of Fame coaches?
We must continue to open the cages. Birds of all feathers should be free to love as they wish.
"Welcome to the corruption of the Republican party."
"Justifying the actions of ICE fundamentally requires that one believes that immigrants are less deserving of fundamental rights than other people, a vision of the world that places human worth on a hierarchy determined by where a person was born."
"If the preservation of one’s masculinity, through whatever means and modes of expression, are predicated upon the dehumanization of others, perhaps your brand of masculinity is inherently toxic."
Now that the dust has (mostly) settled from Student Government elections, it’s time to focus on a different UNC institution’s much-less-annoying selection process for leaders: the editor-in-chief race at The Daily Tar Heel.