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Tim Longest


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Opinion

Systemic sexism hurts students

Men are overwhelmingly the perpetrators of violence against women and other men. But physical violence is reinforced and sometimes surpassed by another kind of violence that is even more pervasive.

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Neutral men side with injustice

In his speech accepting the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize, activist and author Elie Wiesel said, “We must take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim.” When it comes to ending sexism and sexist behavior, there is a culture of careful neutrality among men.

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Opinion

Guns, games or male culture?

Last month we experienced one of the most grievous tragedies in memory as 20-year-old Adam Lanza murdered 20 children and six women in a Newtown, Conn., elementary school. Politicians, media and the public have since debated possible causes as diverse as access to guns, video games and mental health.

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Opinion

Viewpoint: The minimum aid requirement should stay

Thomas Ross’s proposal is less damaging than the previously suggested cap on money set aside for financial aid at 25 percent. But while some call the new proposal a compromise, the motivation behind the proposed cap — that using money one person pays to help another is unfair — remains.

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UCS Helps students get connected

In a shifting job climate, University Career Services is giving UNC students opportunities to define their career path and make informed decisions regarding their future.

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