Why You Should Be Watching “Gravity Falls”

How this Disney Cartoon Sets the Bar for Animated Entertainment Most modern cartoons tend to have a set age group associated with them. Some are aimed towards children and attempt to instill life lessons or at the least entertain the youth of America, such as “Dora the Explorer” and “SpongeBob SquarePants.” Others are aimed towardsContinue reading “Why You Should Be Watching “Gravity Falls””

Interview with Tyler Jacon, Candidate for Student Body President

It is that time of the year again. Students with clipboards line the Pit, chants to vote fill the brisk Chapel Hill air and Facebook profile photos are changing at a ridiculous high rate. This can only mean one thing: it is election season here at UNC-Chapel Hill, and no race has more excitement surroundingContinue reading “Interview with Tyler Jacon, Candidate for Student Body President”

Crossroads at the Information Superhighway

While some corporations may be ruining the Internet, trusting the FCC is a riskier move It would be difficult to say that the Internet has not had a significant impact on mankind. Consider the fact that it has allowed us to instantly connect with people from across the globe, learn of Earth-shattering events in aContinue reading “Crossroads at the Information Superhighway”

The Defense of Jimmy Carter

Why it’s time to appreciate Carter’s presidency When you think of Jimmy Carter, what are the first words you think of? Are they strong, courageous and independent? Chances are probably not. When it comes to thinking about the man from Plains, Ga., a majority of people wouldn’t use any of those words to describe hisContinue reading “The Defense of Jimmy Carter”

Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part Two)

As the 2014 midterm elections are quickly approaching, a large amount of the nation’s attention has turned to North Carolina, a state that many consider a swing state after it flipped from blue to red between the 2008 and 2012 elections. The battle has mainly focused on Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis. There is,Continue reading “Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part Two)”

Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part One)

As the 2014 midterm elections are quickly approaching, a large amount of the nation’s attention has turned to North Carolina, a state that many consider a swing state after it flipped from blue to red between the 2008 and 2012 elections. The battle has mainly focused on Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Thom Tillis. ThereContinue reading “Interview with Sean Haugh, Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate (Part One)”