If nothing else, I hope the readers of The Daily Tar Heel come away from this semester with an appreciation for the harm Amendment One would do to the state, the University and the people of North Carolina.
As someone who’s spent the past four years working on (and eventually leading) the student attorney general’s staff, Jon McCay is in a unique position to talk about the University’s recent changes to its sexual assault policy.
If you’re a very careful reader of The Daily Tar Heel, you may have noticed a box on page 7 of today’s paper inviting members of the community to apply to be on the DTH’s Board of Directors.
Opinion editor Maggie Zellner sat down with Margaret Anderson, chair of the Undergraduate Honor Court, to talk some more about sanctioning.
Opinion editor Maggie Zellner sat down with outgoing Deputy Student Attorney General John Harris to get his perspective on all things honor system, particularly faculty concerns.
Opinion editor Maggie Zellner sat down with Henry Ross, the incoming Deputy Student Attorney General. As a general counsel, Ross has been defending students charged with Honor Court violations since he was a freshman. This year, Ross served as a managing associate on the attorney general’s staff.
I have no idea if I got into this university because I was a legacy, but I can say for sure that it’s the reason I applied here.
As student leaders of the University’s Honor Court educate students this week about role of the honor system, opinion editor Maggie Zellner sat down with Michelle Healy, chair of the Undergraduate Honor Court, to discuss how they make decisions and determine sanctions.
The fourth anniversary of Eve’s death leaves the current student body with some tough questions. How do we commemorate someone we never knew?