"As we head into the spring semester, the Editorial Board has taken the time to look back at 2023 and predict what the new year might have in store. Whether it be on campus, in the community or on the red carpet, we hope to continue to cover important issues with complexity and care. Here's what we foresee in 2024."
"We aim to be holistic in our commentary and consider multiple viewpoints when we meet each week before releasing an opinion or calling for change. We also acknowledge that we are not able to comment on everything and we have, at times, overlooked important issues."
"Gerrymandering allows representatives to choose who their voters, which effectively creates a government that is neither by nor for the people."
This November, voters will choose their municipal representatives in Chapel Hill and Carrboro. The Editorial Board, composed of 15 undergraduate students, has made its endorsements for the upcoming mayoral and town council elections.
"Limiting information to a certain group of students, whether intentional or not, begs the question: Is there a select applicant pool that the Morehead-Cain Foundation already has its eyes on?"
"Without the safety net of a UAA, the University should proactively emphasize safe practices and support for students affected by COVID-19 to protect wellness for all."
"If you find yourself without an internship opportunity this summer, remember there are many other ways to fill your time and energy in the months before the next semester."