Annie Kiyonaga

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Annie Kiyonaga

Column: Thank you, Mark McCombs

"I signed up for Math 118 expecting a semester of half-assed work and deathly boring lectures. Professor Mark McCombs, our fearless Math 118 leader, totally, completely subverted my expectations."


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Column: Kavanaugh and my own Mater Dei boy story

The majority of the boys who attended all-boys Catholic high schools like Kavanaugh are thoughtful, intelligent, service-oriented young men, whose high school educations provided them with a space to develop their faith and intellect. But there's a dark underbelly exists too.


Flyleaf Bookstore located at 752 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. 

Column: Bookshop cat, where you at? I miss you.

Without The Bookshop's quirky, convenient offerings, the immediate Chapel Hill area (for students without transportation) has become a literary desert of sorts. We need a good, local, independent bookstore. These kinds of bookstores are good for all aspects of a literary community: author, consumer and larger town or community — and they imbue towns like Chapel Hill with literary character.


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Column: Why do vermin get us squirmin'?

“It is a luxury to be able to be disgusted,” Herz says, citing the fact that if “you don’t have anything else to eat other than some who’s dead beside you,” you will quell your disgust in order to survive.