The Hypocrisy of People on this Campus

Honestly, what is it about some people that make them so bent on destroying another person’s moral fabric simply because of the person they voted for. In an absolutely appalling article titled “The Hypocrisy of Summers and Walker” Ishmael Bishop completely demonizes Kathryn Walker and Houston Summers because they voted for Thom Tillis in theContinue reading “The Hypocrisy of People on this Campus”

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)”

Red 4 Ed and Bias in the Classroom

The fine line between one’s professional life and one’s personal life As the year for public schools are in full swing, some teachers in North Carolina are less worried about making sure that their students do well in their class, and more upset about North Carolina’s education funding that was passed in this year’s budget.Continue reading “Red 4 Ed and Bias in the Classroom”

The Value of Liberal Arts Degrees in the Job Market

From the Carolina Review, this article is a  response to Governor McCrory’s comments about the liberal arts and job training. Check out more at http://www.CarolinaReview.org  The wide and varied applications of a “useless” degree by: Aleigha Page UNC prides itself for being a university offering a wide array of subjects and classes. Students are encouragedContinue reading “The Value of Liberal Arts Degrees in the Job Market”

Out of Touch SBP? Sounds Right to me!

Elizabeth Merritt I’m editor for CRDaily. I don’t speak for anyone on this campus except for myself. I am an average student. What if I were Student Body President?As SBP I would represent the student body (Section 3 Park H). If I wrote an editorial and signed it with my title as SBP, I wouldContinue reading “Out of Touch SBP? Sounds Right to me!”