- Forgetting to write a caption on the front page. Everyone, especially student newspapers, make mistakes. However this dummy text managed to make it on the front page. Wonder how 3-4 people could have missed that…
2) Carol Folt getting a speeding ticket at 4 a.m. seems a little bit suspicious. Like hmm…what would she be doing? Unfortunately for the DTH, she got the ticket at 4 p.m. They later issued a correction.
3) Seems legit. However, this paper was published in January 2014.
4) For a legit student publication, the language seems a little crash. The DTH admits this later in the paragraph, but blames it on never learning manners in elementary school due to budget cuts. Someone in the Letters to the Editor later points out we had a democratic governor when most of us were in elementary school.
6) Just because someone disagrees with you doesn’t mean they are avid readers of “obscure conservative publications.” Also there is nothing wrong with reading obscure conservative publications. I guess anyone who is not left wing liberal is just objectively wrong according to the DTH opinion board.
7) This article, where the DTH insults the entire student body’s fashion sense and then advices them to dress like hipsters.
But it seems that a large number of students would love to try new things. They just don’t know what, or maybe they’re scared of messing with the status quo. (No, that wasn’t a “High School Musical” reference.)
Either way, they need a little push, a little help, in expanding; trying something normcore is the perfect new style for everyone to try, mainly since it incorporates many style choices students already use.
Normcore is a unisex fashion style, described in The New York Times as “a fashion movement, c. 2014, in which scruffy young urbanites swear off the tired street-style cliches of the last decade … in favor of a less-ironic (but still pretty ironic) embrace of bland, suburban anti-fashion attire.”
Read more: http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2015/10/opinion-students-should-alter-their-boring-wardrobes
Quoted from The Daily Tar Heel