"Like many American Jews, I haven’t spent much time thinking about Judaism since my bar mitzvah. But, at times like these, I tend to become sentimental about my faith."
"If universities truly strive to prepare young Americans for the real world, they cannot continue to operate under a softened rule of law that allows for categorical discrimination under the guise of social justice."
"Newkirk repeatedly alludes to the 'justice system,' but Kavanaugh is not currently under the auspices of the justice system. Rather, he stands ready to receive a lifetime appointment to the body that oversees it. Should this appointment be confirmed, we will then have occasion to use the word 'crime.'"
If I can’t convince you that Kavanaugh deserves the presumption of innocence, I recommend reading a book called “To Kill A Mockingbird”.
Our fellow Tar Heel, Dr. Ford, is brazenly fighting back against this toxic culture. We should be proud to call her one of us.
To my fellow students entering the workplace soon or years in the future: don’t expect your employers to take care of you.
My roommate and I are both fine and safe, just a little shaken up. But folks, please remember to lock your cars.
"Instead of putting stress on a pedestal, why don’t we glorify sleep, moments with friends, fresh air and sunshine?"
"The entirety of Von Loor’s platform can be summarized by two things: blind support for Donald Trump, and a hatred for David Price."
"As days went by, pizza and chicken fingers became my only friends, and any willpower I had toward eating right was thrown away. Suddenly, I was an unhealthy, chubby version of myself, and I didn’t know how to reverse the process."
Freedom of speech and press are great, but so are the freedom of assembly, petition and, especially, religion.
"Class can be made up — illness, injury and death cannot be."
"It is with dismay that I write you today, as I ponder another year that Tar Heel basketball will be broadcast on 106.1 WTKK."
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