- Rachelle Feldman, director of financial aid and scholarship at UC Berkley, will become UNC's new director of the same department. She will replace Shirley Ort who has been in the position for 18 years.
- By the spring of 2017, the town of Chapel Hill's popup library program will be up and running. The popup program will bring books to underserved areas in the community to help bridge the educational gap.
- Sports Editor Jeremy Vernon spoke to former UNC offensive lineman Russell Bodine about his time at UNC and with the Cincinnati Bengals. Bodine has played every single offensive snap for the Bengals over his two seasons with the team.
IN SPORTS NEWS
Former UNC basketball player Harrison Barnes was picked to be part of team USA at this year's summer olympics. Can you say "University of World Championships" instead of "University of National Championships?"
IN CITY NEWS
The town of Carrboro — staying true to its usual awesomeness — just became living wage certified. All of the town's employees will be paid at least $12.75 per hour in an effort to give employees dignity and a wage that will support them and their families.
IN CAMPUS NEWS
If you look around campus and the surrounding area, you'll be hard pressed to not find a construction site. Expect construction on Porthole Alley, the steam tunnels beside Ackland Art Museum and continued construction on Hill Hall. We appreciate the improvements around campus but also can't wait to walk around without seeing caution tape.