Happy Monday, readers! Grab your glue gun and scalloped scissors and get ready for the news:
After months of protest and debate, the UNC Board of Governors voted to ban litigation at all UNC-system academic centers Friday. UNC's Center for Civil Rights is the only center of its kind in the system, and it will probably be shut down.
- Here are the four things you need to know about Friday's faculty council meeting.
- "The horrors of that day, you don't really overcome it." Chapel Hill resident Joe Dittmar survived 9/11. Now, he gives free presentations to make sure people don't forget what happened that day.
On this day of collective mourning and remembrance, the editorial board took time to reflect on the tragedy's legacy and its place within a larger timeline of American-Muslim relations.
WEEKEND O' SPORTS
- UNC volleyball broke its four-game losing streak with back-to-back weekend wins against LIU Brooklyn and LSU.
- The fight for UNC's starting quarterback position got murkier during Saturday's loss to Louisville, with Chazz Surratt and Brandon Harris each playing a half of the game. But what's not murky is Anthony Ratliff-Williams' fantastic 94-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.