In light of the recent Atlanta spa shooting and the racist virtual vigil attack, Technician’s editorial board stands with the victims of anti-Asian and Pacific Islander racism and condemns the perpetrators of these heinous acts.
Technician’s editorial board encourages students to vote for McKenzy Heavlin and Natalie Bress for student body president and vice president. Read about why.
It's safe to say that many students, staff and faculty found NC State's decision to keep Chadwick Seagraves on staff disappointing. We, the editorial board, are now calling for his resignation.
With the (horrendously long) year of 2020 finally being over, many of us are looking forward to the possibilities of the new year being a better year. Technician’s editorial board is no different in our goals and yearning, so here are the New Year's Resolutions from some of our editors:
According to a study by NC State psychology professor Mary Haskett in spring 2018, of the 7,000 NC State students she surveyed, 9.6% reported experiencing homelessness over the past year.
This upcoming election, many systemic issues in North Carolina demand immediate address. Read more to find out why we, the editorial board, choose Roy Cooper as our preferred candidate.
NC State’s reopening plan for the spring semester has finally been announced, and we as an editorial board think the university administration has given us barebones policies once again. Read more to find out why we believe the new spring plans still fail to fundamentally protect students.
In June 2020, Louis DeJoy was appointed as postmaster general of the United States, a title that rarely gets much attention in everyday discussions about politics. However, following cuts to the U.S. Postal Service’s operating budget as we head into a contentious presidential election during…
When The Daily Tar Heel called this whole situation a clusterfuck, they were on to something. A majority of students would’ve been able to tell you that we saw this coming. Yet, the UNC Board of Governors (BOG) chose to continually ignore students, experts, faculty and staff concerns, pleas …