Topics: Take a look inside the UNC administration

Folt believes she should keep her opinions private

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To Ayesha Faisal, most incoming freshmen have false expectations coming into UNC about what their time at the University will be like. 


UNC misrepresented sexual assault policy

For at least 12 years, UNC said it had a sexual assault policy it didn’t actually practice.


UNC investment debates complicate endowment

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It wasn’t long after Mark Yusko arrived in Chapel Hill in 1998 with big ideas about how to revitalize UNC-Chapel Hill’s slumping endowment that he met the brick wall of administrative bureaucracy.


As theme comes to close, Folt talks water research

Chancellor Carol Folt peered through two glass bottles — one filled with dirty water, one filled with clear.


Boxill’s role in academic scandal still under fire

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Six months after an administrative assistant was positioned at the center of UNC’s academic scandal, the involvement of respected senior lecturer Jan Boxill remains in question.


Filling top in administration spots costs UNC $840K

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If anyone should be happy about chancellors quitting after just years on the job, it’s William Funk.


Column: Students should surround themselves with challenging ideas

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When I started this job one year ago, I made a promise to myself — I wouldn’t hire “yes people.”


Column: On the power of giving a crap

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Since August, I’ve had to lie to myself every day. “My work is very, very important,” I’d tell my reflection as I brushed my teeth in the mornings.