Push through, UNC! We’re just one day away from the weekend and one more Monday away from Halloween. Until then, here’s some quick news for your Thursday morning:
- 18 bike sharing stations have been set up on campus as part of UNC’s Three Zeros Environmental Initiative, and the first hour of rent per day is free.
- Pauper Players' third annual performance of Rocky Horror Picture Show this weekend promises to be spooky, eccentric and full of Halloween spirit.
- A GoFundMe campaign has been started for the residents of 416 Pittsboro Street, which included two UNC students, whose house went up in flames.
- Joel Berry will be out for four weeks due to a hand injury from punching a wall after losing a 2K game he was playing with Theo Pinson and a student manager, which is honestly relatable according to sports editor Chapel Fowler.
- We talked to UNC alum Scott Jacobson, who serves as an Emmy Award-winning writer and co-executive producer of "Bob's Burgers" and previously wrote for "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart."
- Former UNC quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is on the verge of establishing himself as an offensive leader for the Chicago Bears as quarterback Jay Cutler leaves the team.
- American colleges are experiencing a drop in international student enrollment, which may be due to the U.S.’ political climate and travel ban.
- Roy Cooper’s veto of Senate Bill 656 has been overturned, cancelling North Carolina’s upcoming judicial primaries.
- Rev. T. Anthony Spearman was elected as the new president of the North Carolina NAACP, as Rev. William Barber moves on to the Poor People’s Campaign.