The period following a student suicide can be pivotal for a campus community.
Today marks the deadline for UNC to respond to The Daily Tar Heel’s request for documents pertaining to students found responsible for sexual assault — a request several years in the making.
Her life was stuck for a year. R., a survivor who wishes to remain anonymous, reported her sexual assault case to UNC’s Title IX office and did not get a resolution until almost a year later.
Leading up to November, UNC political organizations have different ways of spreading their messages. UNC Young Democrats President Courtney Sams said the stakes are higher this year because the governor’s seat, a Senate seat and the presidency are up for election.
Last year, the Graduate and Professional Student Federation tried to separate from student government. The initial attempt was voted down in a runoff election, but it will be back on the ballot in November.
After picking a color and finding their table, attendees of the Art and Welcoming Night met people from very different backgrounds for dinner and reflection.
A recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board will allow collective bargaining rights for graduate students at private universities. This comes one year after the NLRB effectively said student-athletes at private universities cannot unionize.
The University has not started a search to replace Taffye Clayton, the former associate vice chancellor for diversity and multicultural affairs and chief diversity officer, who left UNC in May.
The Accessibility Resources and Services office has asked faculty to proctor exams for certain students who need alternate final exam accommodations.