For retiring Chapel Hill Town Manager Roger Stancil, his first goal was to become president. Then he realized how much a city manager can make an impact.
“That is our busiest intersection, and you have a speed limit there of 45, so I think any time you have high volumes of traffic and higher speeds, you’re going to have more severe accidents when they do occur,” Atack said.
If you're asking yourself where your favorite smoothies on Franklin Street went, here's the answer.
A new business venture opened this month in addition to a Franklin street staple achieving recognition for its hospitality.
The proposed Chapel Hill Town Council budget aimed to focus on people first. “We understand that none of us are successful without the other 700 employees that work hard every day – seamlessly, in many ways,” Town Manager Roger Stancil said.
Former NCCU vice chancellor for administration and finance, Benjamin Durant, alleges he was wrongfully terminated by NCCU Chancellor Johnson Akinleye, who was responsible for the misappropriation of state funds.
Rising senior at North Carolina Central University Bettylenah Njaramba will be sworn as the president of The University of North Carolina Association of Student Governments this Friday. The organization represents all 17 UNC-system campuses. Njaramba plans to make the organization's motives more transparent, increase student's voices in impacting policy and better the lines of communication between its board of governors and campuses.
UNC-Wilmington is expecting about 100 students from Chongqing University of Arts and Sciences in China to participate in its new dual degree program starting in 2018.
A new policy advises educators to refer to the student body as "Mount Holyoke students" rather than "Mount Holyoke women" and to use gender-neutral language whenever possible.
You don't have to start from scratch; young activists can find a wealth of information and interactive tools at the SNCC Digital Gateway.