Editor-in-Chief Guillermo Molero spoke with Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz on April 24 to discuss the highs and lows of this academic year, tenure and accessibility at the University.
"Everything is done in service of the film's action. That's really the greatest strength of the 'John Wick' franchise. It knows what it is and doesn't try to be anything it isn't. It takes what works and expands upon it, potentially closing out one of the greatest action franchises ever with an entry that will not soon be forgotten."
" There’s nothing more cathartic than channeling your frustrations into a ballad you’re belting in an empty room in the middle of the night. Nothing like getting into the shower and pouring your sadness into a lament for someone’s long-lost love. Nothing like taking a deep breath and then trying to match Whitney Houston note-for-note to get all that pressure off your chest, making you feel alive again."
Student Body President Taliajah "Teddy" Vann said she does not recognize her nomination of former Student Body Vice President Sam Robinson to serve on the UNC Student Supreme Court to be official. Undergraduate Senate Speaker Christian Phillips said in response to Vann's most recent letter that nominations submitted to the Senate in previous years did not require extensive documentation, or even a signed document. The process to potentially confirm Robinson is still ongoing, and the Senate will likely discuss his nomination during its next scheduled meeting.
"The beauty of Awards season, though, is that these are just nominations, a way to recognize the greatness that the year in film has presented us. Much of that greatness was, fortunately, acknowledged by the Academy this year. But the Academy does not know all. And this is yet another year where that fact was made painfully clear. "
"Este mes, voy a contactar a líderes en la comunidad de UNC y en la comunidad de Chapel Hill y Carrboro que la rodea para escucharlos y discutir maneras en cuales podemos adecuadamente representar a nuestras audiencias de raíces latinoamericanas a través de nuestra cobertura."
"Over the course of the next month, I will be reaching out to leaders in both the UNC community and the greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro community around the use of the term 'Latinx' to hear their thoughts and discuss ways to properly represent those from a Hispanic or Latin American background through our coverage."
"After a lengthy time away, audiences were finally back in theaters during winter break. Here are some of the highs and lows for the movies that they had a chance to see on the silver screen."
The Tar Heels won all 15 of their regular season games — eight at Karen Shelton stadium and seven on the road — and won both games in the ACC tournament. Here are some of the toughest hurdles they faced on their road to the title.
In the final episode of this season, we talk about the results from the election. Thank you for listening to Before You Vote this year. This episode was produced by Will Christensen.
Editor-in-Chief Guillermo Molero and Audio Editor Will Christensen talk to Liv Reilly, Emmy Martin, and Sarah Choi about UNC's settlement with Nikole Hannah-Jones, a court ruling that restricts abortions after 20 weeks in North Carolina, and a surge in Monkeypox cases nationwide.
Daily Tar Heel Audio Editor Will Christensen sits down with the hosts of the DTH's upcoming podcasts to talk about what to expect, and when to expect it.