September 20 has been designed to bring the issue of climate change, always simmering in the background, to the forefront, sending a message that this is an issue about which people care and demand action.
"Given the rising popularity and huge profits being pocketed by administrators in the NCAA, it’s time to begin compensating student athletes for their time and effort that they pour into the industry."
The new first-come, first-serve system for football tickets that starts at 9 a.m. leaves students with obligations during that time without tickets to games.
"Right now, the American system is structured in a way that helps a few rich people become richer, which I honestly think is undemocratic."
"I don’t want to always be thinking, 'What would I do if someone was following me down Franklin?'"
"Yes, the UNC police chief must listen, and I am listening and ready to get to work!"
With that in mind, the best remedy to this is time to further investigate. Whether the problem be specific to one e-cigarette or all of them, knowledge begets better policy.
"Never has it been more apparent that North Carolinians deserve better than these representatives who, though skilled in deceit and self-preservation, betray the basic ethics underpinning functional democracies."
This album is not easy listening like most country music. It’s not about drinking beer with your friends or girls in short shorts. This is protest music — protesting the death of these women and women being silenced.
The way we talk about sex and sexuality is both a byproduct of our society and a tool that can be used to shape that same social structure.
"Wait, have I been ghosted? I don’t know what to do. Should I text them? Or would that seem too clingy?"
"Perry must actively listen to and learn from student leaders from every corner of the University."
Eno ran so we, too, could run. And boy, could Eno run!
"The Naciremanian tradition of football is long-standing and important to the various tribes. In many senses, this ceremony forms the foundation of their communities' public social exchanges."
"We proudly wear this new name. " Dean Susan King speaks to the renaming of the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media.
"I’m no expert when it comes to administrators of institutions of higher education, but what’s not to like about Chancellor Sam True First-Year Quarterback Howell?"
We love North Carolina. We are proud to go to school here. Moreover, we love having our voices heard and our votes matter — thankfully, this is becoming a possibility.