With the recent Suez Canal incident getting many students interested in stocks, staff columnist Neha Suresh explains the basics of investing and stresses the importance of doing proper research beforehand.
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With the North Carolina legislature attempting to limit Gov. Roy Cooper’s ability to establish a state of emergency, correspondent Olivia Hille argues this is a partisan attempt that endangers the health of North Carolinians.
As students expect classes to be in person for the upcoming fall semester, correspondent Anu Mishra says the University should support this transition for students unfamiliar with campus.
In this opinion submission, guest columnist Meera Butalia discusses why NC State’s adherence to fossil fuels is detrimental to its environmentalist motto.
In a rebuttal to a column posted on Monday, Assistant Opinion Editor Shilpa Giri argues dating preferences are not necessarily racist.
With registration opening up for returning students next year, Opinion Editor Caryl Espinoza Jaen recommends the unpopular philosophy class to students looking for a challenge.
Staff columnist Kristina Beek reflects on racism in the dating world, arguing students need to confront their biases in dating if they want to confront systemic discrimination.
With the North Carolina Senate attempting to increase the penalty of possessing and distributing fentanyl into a felony, staff columnist Noah Jabusch argues legislators should instead focus on rehabilitative justice.
As the Union for Research and Teaching Assistants at Columbia University get ready to strike for workers rights once again, the NCSU Graduate Workers Union releases a rallying statement in support of the strike.