It is with great honor that I say: What a Pride month this past June has been. One day that will go down in history is June 15, 2020. This is the day that the Supreme Court ruled against the Trump administration and provided LGBTQ+ individuals with protections against losing their job due to…

By the time this column is published, Pride Month will have already passed. Dedicated initially to commemorate the Stonewall riots of 1969, June is now a month dedicated to celebrate the advancements of LGBTQ+ rights worldwide. Our own country has come a long way from its homophobic past, wi…

The North Carolina House of Representatives just passed a bill that would have the state spend an extra $3.1 billion on infrastructure, financed through bonds. While the bill received broad bipartisan support in the House, it must still pass the Senate and governor before coming to the voter…

On June 22, after years of backlash and criticism, the NC State Board of Trustees finally decided to rename Daniels Hall, combatting the historical upholding of known racist Josephus Daniels. We as an editorial board support the decision to rename Daniels Hall. It is moral, long-overdue and …

In most education systems across the U.S., students are taught about the importance of the Civil War: The North vs. the South, one side fighting for slavery to stick around and the other fighting against them. As the war raged on, the South flew the ill-famed Confederate flag, one that I’m s…

In The New York Times’ opinion column “Expecting Students to Play it Safe if Colleges Reopen is a Fantasy,” Laurence Steinberg outlines the many dangers that are unique to a college environment, including impulsivity and risk-taking, and explains how college students are less likely to adher…

The 2020 elections may seem a long way away, but they're already close enough to start planning for. Indeed, boards of elections everywhere are scrambling to try to avoid the long lines and dangerous conditions we’ve seen in Georgia’s recent primaries. Elections in the United States are infa…

For as long as I can remember, my family and I would go to the movies at least once a month, if not more. Since the coronavirus pandemic forced movie theaters to close mid-March, I have been eagerly awaiting the day they reopen. There is something about walking into the aroma of popcorn and …