The university released a statement on Thursday in response to an anti-Trump supporter and anti-fascist flier that was appearing on campus.

University officials respond to anti-Trump fliers on campus

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.

Winston Crisp

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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Greeks penalized for GPAs

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.