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The Ethics of COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

March 24, 2021

With so many Americans left to vaccinate, substantial distrust of the vaccine in many communities, and thousands of vaccines going to waste every day, how can we create policy to distribute vaccinations in an efficient and ethical manner? 

Movement Raises Questions About Ethics of Fraternities and Sororities on Campus

November 30, 2020

Despite the long history and popularity of Greek life both at UNC and across the country, many students are calling for the abolition of Greek life in its entirety due to exclusion, sexual assault, and community safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, giving rise to the “Abolish Greek Life” movement.

Voting 101: The Ethics of Being Informed

October 29, 2020

With the rise of social media, the rapid decline in local newspaper coverage, the expansion of media echo chambers, and the rapid proliferation of “fake news”, the American people have been spoonfed a warped sense of reality through their news.

Shopping Ethically in College

August 27, 2020

The way you spend your money can change the world. Purchasing goods and services from ethical companies is a great way to make a difference.

Ethics of Reopening for Students

August 3, 2020

Many colleges are starting to formulate more solid plans for the fall semester, leaving many students wondering how their own personal campus experience will look. Mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing are only two of many policies that will be put in place regarding on-campus regulations at UNC.

Institutional Ethics of Reopening

August 3, 2020

As the fall semester approaches, university administrators are facing the difficult decision of how (and if) to reopen during a global pandemic. Currently, plans for the fall semester range from remote lectures, to “hybrid” classes, to a completely in-person semester.