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Le Ha

Opinion Editor

Le Ha is the 2023-24 opinion editor at The Daily Tar Heel. She has previously served as an editorial board member. Le is a sophomore pursuing a double major in media and journalism and information science, with a business minor.


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Opinion

A letter from the editors on submissions received about the Israel-Gaza war

"We welcome input from everyone, and value the range of opinions and lively discourse in the opinion section of our paper and website. We reserve the right, however, to reject submissions that do not meet our editorial standards. While some readers may find language used in op-eds surprising, we believe it is crucial to accurately represent the voices within our community."

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Audio

CH Town Council Candidates Respond to Housing Debate

On this episode of Before You Vote, we are joined by the Opinion desk editor Le Ha and assistant editor Laney Crawley to take a closer look at the candidates who are running for Chapel Hill Town Council. We learn what each candidate said when the Opinion board asked: “What do you see as a solution for the lack of housing in Chapel Hill?” Listen now, for a collection of candidate responses and analysis of their points. 

Opinion

Column: Leave TikTok researchers to their devices

"Earlier this month, Gov. Roy Cooper signed Executive Order No. 276, prohibiting the use of certain applications, including TikTok, on state devices. The concerns raised by researchers have made the next steps imperative: states must critically evaluate the actual risks of social media platforms, mitigate those risks to protect users and safeguard academic freedom as more than an afterthought."

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News

CH Town Council Candidates Respond to Housing Debate

On this episode of Before You Vote, we are joined by the Opinion desk editor Le Ha and assistant editor Laney Crawley to take a closer look at the candidates who are running for Chapel Hill Town Council. We learn what each candidate said when the Opinion board asked: “What do you see as a solution for the lack of housing in Chapel Hill?” Listen now, for a collection of candidate responses and analysis of their points. Audio Editing by Sierra Pfeifer and music by Adrian Tillman. 

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