Plans to provide free Uber rides for UNC students have officially stalled. Student Body President Bradley Opere said the talks between Uber and UNC are at a standstill because a decision can’t be reached over accessibility and liability issues.
Several walking paths will be rerouted around campus because of numerous summer construction projects.
UNC’s School of Law is experiencing the same decline in application rates that are affecting the rest of the law schools in the country. The school had 1,442 applicants to class of 2018, extended 643 offers and ended up with 224 matriculants. Bianca Mack, assistant dean for admissions, attributes the decline in applicants to several factors, including a surplus of recent law graduates crowding the job market. “I think a couple things have happened over the years.
Green Zone training will expand to reach out directly to academic departments to make the training a part of their professional development.
A voice rang out during a Harvard University graduation ceremony May 25. The voice was clear and purposeful. It told listeners they belonged among the stars. It was the voice of a Tar Heel.
The Department of Public Safety is debuting the “One Button” system change to Alert Carolina towards the end of this summer.
UNC Chemistry professor Joseph DeSimone was awarded the National Medal of Technology and Innovation by President Barack Obama on May 19.
A UNC student is petitioning the Department of Exercise and Sport Science to offer a new lifetime fitness foundation course, known as LFIT, focused in self-defense.
Students file in and out of a familiar corner of Student Stores, entering the space forlorn and exam-stricken and leaving slightly relieved clutching a dark, corrugated cup well-known to UNC students.
Brad Ives, associate vice chancellor for campus enterprises, said in an emailed statement Barnes and Noble will arrange for a coffee shop to be included in Student Stores when it takes over operations in July.