The Campus Y is an organization that pursues social justice through promoting pluralism in North Carolina specifically and throughout the rest of the world. It was established in 1860 and has about 2000 members every year.
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To celebrate its first year of operation, the house special at The Meantime Coffee Co. on Tuesday, Sept. 12 was a birthday cake latte. Purchasing one, or any of the drinks they sell, puts money towards scholarship funds and study abroad experiences.
For Campus Y Co-President Alexander Peeples, the recent push to remove Silent Sam has shown more than the power of unification; it has shown a university that is unwilling to represent the voice of the community.
Five UNC student organizations released a statement that said they were no longer asking and that "Silent Sam must come — down NOW."
On Saturday, Campus Y banners hung in response to Charlottesville were taken down by the University, citing violation of building codes.
Senior Grace Thorpe said she expected her art installation “HBToilet” to be vandalized — but not to this extent.
From gospel choirs to old-fashioned field games and free food, the Northside Festival will have something for everyone.
Students walking through the lower quad yesterday were flanked by rows of T-shirts calling attention to the prevalence of sexual assault.
According to the participants of the Activism in a New Era conference, activism is not just about protests — it’s a lifestyle. Co-hosted by the Campus Y and Black Congress, the conference on Sunday discussed the history and future of activism for oppressed groups.
Hope Gardens has started a series, Herban SOAPbox, to bring attention to food quality and agriculture in North Carolina. The first event of the three-part series took place on Friday.
Courtney Staton and Alexander Peeples, who were elected the 2017-18 co-presidents of the Campus Y on Tuesday, have big plans to build on current work and put their new ideas into action.
Courtney Staton and Alexaner Peeples have been announced as the co-presidents of the Campus Y for the 2017-18 school year.
The two pairs running to lead the Campus Y in 2017-18 — Nick McKenzie and Asha Patel, and Alexander Peeples and Courtney Staton — spoke about their plans to improve the organization in the Campus Y Co-Presidents Forum Wednesday.
On Monday, students were encouraged to participate in wheelchair basketball outside of Davis from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Visit Cafe Carolina on Saturday mornings for a studying pick-me-up and a warm interaction with the cafe’s new employee, Ishan Munshi.
UNC students are tired and angry.
This week, Charlotte has been a site of protest and violence following the death of Keith Scott, who was shot by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Officer Brentley Vinson.
When the Board of Trustees met in committees Wednesday, University Affairs chairperson Chuck Duckett opened his committee’s meeting by speaking on a personal issue.
Shouts of “justice delayed is justice denied” and “students safety before reputation” were heard down Franklin Street as students and community members gathered for a Standing with Survivors Rally at the Peace and Justice Plaza Friday evening.
The Siren opened up its weekly meeting to all students Wednesday night to discuss a response to the UNC administration in light of Delaney Robinson’s sexual assault case.
Hunger Lunch is back and ready — with fork and knife in hand — to nourish UNC, now offering rice and beans through UNC alum Cecilia Polanco’s food business, So Good Pupusas.
After picking a color and finding their table, attendees of the Art and Welcoming Night met people from very different backgrounds for dinner and reflection.
Gender-neutral restroom signs were ripped down in the Campus Y Wednesday morning.
A new coffee shop on campus promises to be for the students and by the students.
Sophomore Scott Diekema, junior Lauren Eaves and senior Keegan McBride co-founded The Meantime, a nonprofit coffee shop they plan to open Sept. 6 in the Campus Y.
It starts young.
Solar Head of State, an international nonprofit dedicated to awareness and solar energy usage, has strong ties to UNC.