After graduating from UNC School of Law in 1992, Winston Crisp began working at the University as its first full-time assistant dean for student affairs and the first associate dean for student services. He has been the assistant vice chancellor of student affairs since 2005.
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Fliers depicting violence against fascists and damage to President Donald Trump supporters’ property began appearing around campus early last week and were posted on the Overheard at UNC Facebook page on Tuesday.
At the first Student Congress general body meeting of the semester, representatives discussed the split between graduate and undergradute student governments and voted to change how student organizations are funded.
Student governance will be split into two governing bodies — an undergraduate student government and a graduate and professional student government.
Renovations to the Upendo Lounge in Student Academic Services Building North included adding partitions, hardwood floors and a dedicated space for students of color to gather.
With stable money now provided by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, SafeWalk is increasing outreach and expanding its program to help people get home safely.
Winston Crisp was probably exaggerating when he told the UNC Board of Trustees University Affairs committee that he could talk for three hours about University happenings.
After first bringing up the issue in October, Provost Jim Dean and other members of a new binge drinking working group held their first meeting Thursday.
Provost Jim Dean said he wants to curb binge drinking — but he doesn’t have a plan just yet.
After the student health fee was cut by 4 percent this academic year, Winston Crisp spent the summer finding new ways to keep programming — like Interactive Theatre Carolina and sexual health services — the same at Campus Health Services.
All it took was cookies and lemonade to bring together the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Winston Crisp and UNC student leaders for a discussion about campus life.
Several fraternities must decide how to respond to disciplinary actions from the University — or they might not be able to recruit first-semester students once fall rush begins Monday.
Throughout Chancellor Holden Thorp’s career, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Bruce Carney stood faithfully beside him to fill in where he was needed.
An external review of the Landen Gambill Honor Court case detailed weaknesses in the University’s Honor System and called into question the merits of an entirely student-run court.
With just days before its self-imposed deadline, the group charged with examining UNC’s non-discrimination policy is closing in on a recommendation to alter the policy, not replace it.
Chancellor Holden Thorp will soon join the few who have tackled the challenge of balancing teaching with administrative duties when he begins teaching Introduction to Entrepreneurship in the fall.
A gay senior was expelled from the Christian a cappella group Psalm 100 in August, a decision that the University determined did not violate its non-discrimination policy for student groups.
UNC officials are in the early stages of reviewing the school’s recently debated non-discrimination policy for student groups.
For Terri Phoenix, who is transgendered, education has always been a precious constant in a life full of obstacles.
To market their products to students on campus, companies are utilizing a novel approach: employing the students themselves.
Supporters of a gender-neutral housing option on campus gathered Thursday for a last push of support before the proposal goes to administrative review.