Sekerci: NCAA should take action on UNC academic scandal

Burak Sekerci, Columnist

October 28, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

On Oct. 22, University of North Carolina released an investigation led by lawyer Kenneth Wainstein, which concluded that UNC has been offering fake classes and giving out fabricated grades to struggling students, half of them... Read more »

Dunbar: The scary side of racy Halloween costumes

Blair Dunbar, Columnist

October 27, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

How fortunate is it that this year Halloween falls on a Friday? What better day for a notorious party holiday? You can stay out all night without having to worry about waking up early the next morning for classes and, for most... Read more »

Chou: A tolerant society requires open discourse

Curtis Chou, Columnist

October 27, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

I am not quite sure when I started to get this feeling. A lot of attention recently has been devoted to the exploration of the millennial generation’s ideological leanings and rightfully so. All of us are now at that stage where... Read more »

Burg: Tinder, midterm elections aren’t mutually exclusive

Madeline Burg, Columnist

October 26, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Once again I’m here to draw your attention to the unique phenomenon that is the millennial generation. Being part of it, I find it hard to move within the world and not feel like the experience is defined quite a bit by society’s... Read more »