"Life’s long enough to take a semester off. But it’s too short to be stuck chasing contentment while perpetually suffocating in work."
"If Trump loses North Carolina’s popular vote in November, there is a clear, sinister path for our state legislature to elect Trump regardless. Make no mistake, it would trigger a behemoth of a trial — one that would eventually land in a Republican-dominated Supreme Court."
Here’s how I’m trying to survive Zoom burnout -- these are easy to write but honestly difficult to establish as long-term habits. Do what you can to build a healthier, energetic routine, and don’t worry about being perfect. We’re all going through this together, so never be afraid to reach out to friends, family or mental health professionals for support.
"But UNC Hussman should teach future journalists to be the antithesis of Tucker Carlson — to tell stories not by creating false dualities of good and evil, but by presenting the most compelling facts to elicit compassion and understanding rather than shallow hatred for others."
"BOG members are greedy, but they are not as stupid as you’d imagine. They are fully aware that tens of thousands of students will move across North Carolina and the country, become infected and be abruptly sent back home."
"Fears are as biological as any virus, simple byproducts of evolution and our environment. We all carry them with us — whether it’s a fear of dying, loneliness or forgetting to mute while Zooming on the toilet. But I truly believe, even for someone as anxious as I’ve been in my past, that we can control the extent to which our fear consumes us."
But it’s the question no one can objectively answer that will decide this primary: who has the best chance at defeating Donald Trump and Republicans down-ballot?
Expanding the playoffs will inevitably ruin college football’s regular season, by both shortening the season and diminishing the importance of weekly games.
As a recommendation from the Varsity Theatre Task Force, Chapel Hill was advised not to purchase and renovate The Varsity after a meeting on Monday.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen recently passed a resolution recommending that the University betters its response to racist acts taking place on campus.