This is it, UNC. See you in 2018 — but first, here's today's news:
- The culprit of the Davie Poplar explosion was released from jail to the custody of his parents on Monday on a $1 million unsecured bond.
- Roughly 30,000 students will leave Chapel Hill for winter break. But for local businesses, the change in clientele is less of a death knell than it is an exercise in planning ahead.
- UNC may follow the suit of other universities' journalism programs and revoke awards presented to Charlie Rose as a result of his recent sexual harassment accusations.
- Yesterday at the Durham County courthouse, cases were postponed for eight of the nine protesters facing charges stemming from an August protest that led to the toppling of a Confederate soldier statue.
FEET DON’T FAIL ME NOW
- “I am measured against my department." While students face upcoming exams, professors are facing a different kind of evaluation.
- Need to find a better way to study for your impending exams? We asked one of UNC's academic coaches to describe basic steps for successful studying habits that will help vanquish finals season.
- Exams are a difficult time for us all, so we asked former UNC grads that went on to be successful state leaders for their advice on how to survive and advance.
COOL STUDENT STUFF
- Contributors to The Cellar Door Literary Magazine will have the opportunity to showcase their selections to fellow students on LDOC and provide a little stress release.
- “One of the most interesting things about photography is that each person has something to say, and it starts a public conversation." UNC's Arts 305 class is displaying their work from the semester in FRANK Gallery for the bulk of December.