The following is a statement from UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp regarding his announcement that he will step down in June 2013.
Comparing and contrasting this area and the town of Bloomington seems unavoidable after considering that a good number of our elected officials just spent time there.
An article in last weekâ€™s Citizen about Fannie Maeâ€™s guidelines regarding lending for condominiums incorrectly described parameters for exceptions to Fannie Maeâ€™s rule.
After I read about Ann Romneyâ€™s speech at the Republican convention, it struck me that she and I have a lot in common.
North Carolina is repeating its role as a presidential battleground this election cycle, and again itâ€™s clear that for many this is still unfamiliar territory.
Once upon a time, four years and three months ago, a homeless and utterly hopeless alcoholic stepped through the doors of the Freedom House detox in Chapel Hill.
The GOP has fallen into a hodge-podge shortening of the English language in its use of that snappy conjunctive â€“ R&R â€“ made politically distinctive via Romney and Ryan.
My name is Raymond Michael Edward, and I am from India.
Sorry about the tough quiz, folks. Not many passing grades among the few folks to send in their answers.
Those of us who have been in academe for a while are quite familiar with the favoritism afforded to university athletes, especially football players.
We are writing in support of the PORCH Food for Families Program.
This is that time of year when the streets are teeming with new residents. Itâ€™s when the old Chapel Hill lightbulb joke is most apt.
Once again, Pat McCrory has proposed a policy for North Carolina with no explanation of how to pay for it.
On Aug. 18 at Catâ€™s Cradle, our family hosted â€œHealinâ€™ With A Feelin: A Night Of Burninâ€™ Love,â€ a benefit for the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center at UNC Hospitals.
Iâ€™ve been downtown a lot this past week, doing some temp work on campus and spending my lunch hour exploring a bit and enjoying the bus system.