"Campus culture can be toxic – given the competition, pressure and expectations, it’s no wonder so many students suffer."
As recently as 2015, the TSA failed to detect smuggled weapons during tests 95% of the time.
"Powerful and accountable local government can be affected by the desires of the citizens much more quickly than a lumbering federal bureaucracy might be."
"So, let’s be the most awful, let’s try and outdo ourselves and elect someone even more unqualified, even less presidential come 2020."
Listen to Charles Scott, UNC's first Black scholarship athlete.
Yes, we are granted freedom of speech, but would it benefit us more if we instead chose to listen?
Underrepresented students who have a viable claim to a discrimination suit are the only ones with standing to benefit from affirmative action under the racial justice rubric. The law can’t recognize an unquantifiable concept like institutional racism. The only real question is whether administrators at UNC allowed their ideology to cloud their understanding of law and the Constitution.
Recently, PETA falsely claimed that toxic masculinity could be ended by going vegan and that male vegetarians last longer in bed.
MLK Day took nearly 30 years to be recognized by all 50 states as a federal holiday. Remember to celebrate it meaningfully.
"If you say you love your community, take ownership and respect the history of that space. Only then can we heal and move forward, together."
In the past decade, fertility rates in the United States have dropped dramatically. Young adults, specifically college graduates, experienced the greatest decrease in fertility rates, largely due to cultural and economic factors. The Editorial Board was intrigued by this finding and decided to ask some of its female members about their opinions on having children after graduation.
The pairing of the two statues would show what Silent Sam stood for when he was given his place of honor, and how the forces that created our Civil War remain alive today, enshrined on the UNC campus.
This is now at least the third letter I have written for similar infractions in past semesters.
Oh. My. God. I am screaming. I am SCREAMING!
Sharon P. Holland, Townsend Ludington Distinguished Endowed term professor in American Studies, writes about the TA grading strike at the end of last semester.
"So if the egg phenomenon says anything about what humanity is really like, deep down under all our social restrictions, it’s that we have a capacity for cooperation ..."