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Averi Harper


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Opinion

Race in Boston bombing coverage

After four days of poring over an overwhelming amount of tips, putting the city on lockdown and executing a frantic search, the police have a teenage suspect for the Boston Marathon bombings in custody.

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Address graduate disparity at UNC

As graduation approaches and my fellow seniors prepare to leave this place with a degree representing four years of hard work and joyous memories, I’d like to take time to talk about the people who don’t reach that momentous occasion on time.

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Celebrate black women at UNC

As Women’s History Month comes to a close, I’d like to honor the far-reaching achievements of black women on this campus. The legacy they leave will affect UNC and its surrounding communities for years to come.

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Opinion

Innocent and locked up

When musician Bill Dillon takes to the stage Wednesday in the Genome Sciences Building for the distinguished speaker series on innocence, justice and the death penalty, he will share his story of the wrongful conviction that kept him locked up in a Florida prison for 27 years of his life.

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Gun violence hits home

Gun violence is nothing new to North Carolina. More than 1,000 people are killed annually in this state due to gun violence, and an additional 3,000 are injured, according to North Carolinians Against Gun Violence.

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MLK’s work must continue

As Martin Luther King Jr. Day approaches, we must re-evaluate race relations in this country. Chatter using President Barack Obama as the poster child for what some have called a “post-racial” society is overly romanticized and inaccurate.

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