Unlike other meetings, the UNC Faculty Athletics Committee did not have an agenda this time.
The woman who has made national headlines for the last four months and has been a magnet for criticism is leaving the University she has tried to reform.
clustering-0417https://comm.unc.edu/http://www.unc.edu/ugradbulletin/depts/comm.htmlhttp://comm.unc.edu/faculty-and-staff/faculty/ken-...dylan malagrino http://www.wsulaw.edu/directory/
For four months, UNC heard the same thing over and over again.
UNC’s athletic scandal has prompted a plethora of investigations, and an outside group is hoping to get the federal government involved.
Like its meeting on Jan. 17, the UNC Faculty Council’s meeting on Friday in Wilson Library was met with a packed house.
Marcus Paige said no one forced him into a major when he came to UNC.
Despite security measures, an intruder was able to enter Hill Hall Tuesday night and commit an assault.
UNC’s Sexual Assault Task Force is moving forward in deciding the types of punishments to give offenders.
High-ranking administrators’ treatment of former UNC athletic reading specialist Mary Willingham’s research on student-athlete literacy has come under scrutiny from an outside group.
On Tuesday, the Orange County Board of Commissioners took one more step toward giving the residents of the Rogers Road community what they’ve asked for since 1972. At its meeting, the board unanimously voted to set aside a $500,000 capital fund for the construction of a community center for the Rogers Road neighborhood — which has housed the county’s landfill for 40 years.
As early voting continues (schedule here), make sure you know some background on the candidates for Orange County Commissioner. The Daily Tar Heel’s Daniel Schere has compiled miniature biographies.
Primary elections are less than a month away, and candidates for the Orange County Commissioners District 1 seats are gearing up. Candidates Penny Rich, Pam Hemminger and Mark Dorosin met Wednesday night at Carrboro Town Hall to answer questions from citizens about their positions on issues.
When Franklin Street Pizza & Pasta reopens in August as Tomato Jake’s Pizzeria, it will still offer old favorites such as the pink basil penne pasta and garlic knots. When longtime Franklin Street Pizza and Pasta owner Craig Samuels sold his business to Tomato Jake’s owner Glen Gordon in February, many longtime customers expressed concern and sadness about the change.
Chapel Hill Town Council members just can’t decide what to do about cell phone use on town roads. The council could have voted Monday on a measure that would have banned residents older than 18 from talking on cell phones while driving. The measure, which would punish violators with fines, has graced town agendas starting in early 2010.
Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt says the work of creating a more developed Chapel Hill is not complete, but instead is a work in progress.
Monday night’s Chapel Hill Town Council meeting stretched into Tuesday morning as members, residents and protestors discussed controversial topics ranging from Northside to the Yates building raid.
Two land use ordinance amendments, if passed, would increase the number of mixed-use facilities in Downtown Carrboro as well as widen North Greensboro Street to two lanes. The Board of Aldermen discussed the amendments at their Tuesday night meeting and heard comments from the public on the issue.