UNC-Chapel Hill alumnus and current associate professor of sociology at James Madison University Dr. Matt Ezzell gives a talk on consent, rape culture, and campus sexual assault for Sexual Assault Awareness Month on April 3 in the Student Union.

UNC supports survivors and educates the community during sexual assault awareness month

UNC kicked off its recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month on Sunday with tabling in the Student Union by One Act and Heels United. This month, these organizations will host workshops about sexual violence prevention, lectures and other programs to assist sexual assault survivors and others who want to know more about the issue. Organizers of SAAM hope the results of this month's discussions will continue to manifest in the months and years to come. 


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After experimenting with individual seating in sections 110 and 111 (in blue on the right side), UNC is renovating Kenan Stadium and adding individual seats throughout.

The bleachers are gone in Kenan. But where did all the metal go?

Going green, even though they're grey.  Kenan Stadium will do away with its aluminum bleachers and replace them with individual seats with chair backs armrests. The leftover aluminum will be sold to L. Gordon Iron & Metal Company as a part of UNC's environmental initiative, Three Zeros, started by Chancellor Folt in 2016.


Tanya Amert (Left to right), Diane Pozefsky, Sydney Mantell and Armando Jimenez speak at a panel on diversity in Computer Science on Wednesday hosted by The Computer Science department.

Women and minorities in tech are making their voices heard

The UNC Computer Science Diversity Panel discussed the difficulties women and minority groups can face in the workforce while also celebrating their accomplishments Wednesday night. Tanya Amert, a third-year Ph.D. candidate and former Microsoft software development engineer, recommended that undergraduate students — particularly women and minorities — get involved as learning assistants so that other minority undergrad students can be motivated and inspired by someone who looks like them.