Junior Lilli Mercho made sure to lock the doors of her home on East Longview Street in Chapel Hill — but that didn’t stop burglars from breaking into her home last summer.
On Tuesday night, Speaker Pro-Tempore Chase McConnachie led a public forum for Student Congress members and students to discuss what happened during the 2016-17 academic year and how Student Congress could make changes to better itself.
Students and visitors at UNC compete for parking on or near campus every day but often forget that university employees are fighting the same battle when they come to work every day. Employees, in order to park on campus, have to pay a parking fee.
Students and community members had the opportunity to speak directly to elected North Carolina representatives through video messages and a group photo to protest the recently signed executive order that bans refugees from seven countries with large Muslim populations.
In February 2015, then-N.C. State University student Kelly Elder wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post critiquing her sorority’s rules against allowing men inside members’ rooms.
UNC has been fighting a lawsuit against its affirmative action practices for two years, but a precedent-setting Supreme Court ruling from June indicates that the University’s prospects are good.
On Thursday morning the Board of Trustees discussed post-election feelings on campus, tuition increases, reactions to the Carolina Hall exhibit and the proposed Kenan-Flagler Business School fee.
The Employee Forum met Wednesday morning to discuss nighttime parking issues and how the new five-year parking plan could affect employees of the University.
On Sept. 22, UNC student Victoria Wooten was catcalled near Spencer Residence Hall.
Shouts of “justice delayed is justice denied” and “students safety before reputation” were heard down Franklin Street as students and community members gathered for a Standing with Survivors Rally at the Peace and Justice Plaza Friday evening.