"Well, since the U.S. House of Representatives was OK with having Abu-Salha represent all of Islam, I guess I will, too."
Chapel Hill doesn't just need a Publix, it deserves a Publix. Editorial Board's Ramishah Maruf shares her thoughts on why a Publix would fit right in with the Chapel Hill vibe.
Editorial Board's Ramishah Maruf praises most of the new changes to the journalism holy-text, the AP Stylebook, but not 100 percent of them.
" In the aftermath of the attack, I’ve reflected on what it truly means to be a Muslim."
"The legal strategist (read: non-lawyer) responsible for SFFA and this nationwide attack on affirmative action is none other than Edward Blum, a white conservative man."
"Today, we’ll be commemorating the victims and the families who lost children, spouses, parents. Alyssa, Scott, Martin, Nicholas, Aaron, Jaime, Chris, Luke, Cara, Joaquin, Alaina, Meadow, Helena, Alex, Carmen and Peter. "
"As enlightened and progressive as we make Chapel Hill out to be, we can never forget that just four years ago, three students were murdered in this town because of their religion."
"Technology shouldn’t replace traditional teaching, which is what I’ve seen it utilized for in 13 years of primary and secondary public education. But we certainly shouldn’t be afraid of it."
In the past decade, fertility rates in the United States have dropped dramatically. Young adults, specifically college graduates, experienced the greatest decrease in fertility rates, largely due to cultural and economic factors. The Editorial Board was intrigued by this finding and decided to ask some of its female members about their opinions on having children after graduation.
"The opinion page is the center of the Chapel Hill community, offering a place for discussions on topics that directly affect us. It’s the soul of the paper and the community. Running that is a responsibility that Elisa Kadackal, our new assistant opinion editor, and I hold seriously."