Three student body president candidates got their names on the ballot, but without their campaign managers, they doubt they would have.
The Campus Y is returning to its social activism roots through its campaign against tuition increases.
It’s more than the two-ton, metal, UFO look-alike in the middle of the room. And it’s more than the creator of a far-reaching star show across the ceiling of the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center. The Zeiss Model VI Star Projector is a community legacy, and its death is imminent.
Among names like “Oprah” and “Bono,” E.O. Wilson was relatively unknown to students on the commencement speaker advisory committee. But months ago, when students voiced concerns with the Harvard University professor’s notoriety — or lack thereof — their criticism was assuaged after learning of his contributions to the field of biology, particularly sociobiology.
Political science professor George Rabinowitz died Friday from a heart attack in Trondheim, Norway at a bus stop. He was 67. Rabinowitz’s legacy spans more than 40 years of teaching political science classes at the University. He was most prominently known outside UNC for a theory about American political behavior that rejected the status quo.
A bill that will arise in the rules and judiciary committee of Student Congress today could make this year’s student election the last to be riddled by conflicting interpretations of election rules. The proposal would specifically require that select student government members resign from their high-level offices before campaigning for another position.
UNC Printing Services will lay off almost half of its staff and close both campus copy centers at the end of this semester.
He carried the “nuclear football,” the briefcase containing all the data needed for the United States to launch a nuclear attack.
Nearly three years after her death, Eve Carson’s legacy on campus will be carried on by students who never knew her. Late Sunday night, juniors Mark Clarke and Zach De La Rosa were selected as this year’s recipients of the Eve Carson Scholarship.
In a unanimous vote Sunday night, the Board of Elections decided that online signature petitioning is legal under the Student Code after concluding an investigation into the campaign of student body president hopeful Ian Lee.
The Morehead Planetarium is phasing out its 42-year-old Zeiss VI Star Projector for a new digital projection system changing the experience.
Nothing was on fire, but Carolina blue fire trucks from the Chapel Hill Fire Department lined the sidewalk in Polk Place Thursday. Stovetop cooking demonstrations and fire extinguisher lessons were only part of what students got when they stopped by the National Campus Fire Safety Fair. Carolina Dining Services and members of the Greek community at UNC also served up ice cream to students who passed through Polk Place between classes.