The University Affairs committee assembled on Wednesday. Here’s the rundown:
In her first year as a graduate student at UNC, Abigail Lee applied for and received food stamps.
From her desk at the entrance of the newly renovated Carolina Basketball Museum, Angie King has watched coaches bring in visiting student-athletes, in an attempt to secure a commitment to the UNC men’s basketball team.
The Compliance Line will be re-launching in November to allow for a broader range of reports to be filed and easier access through internet and phone. The hotline allows for confidential reporting concerning any unethical behaviors related to UNC.
With hurricane season in full swing, America is coping with relief efforts for Harvey, Irma, Jose, and more. However, UNC researchers and social programs are still focused on Hurricane Matthew and its ecological and societal impacts a year later.
Over the past month, the UNC Research Opportunities Initiative has awarded a total of $6.2 million in grants to three research teams focusing on hybrid materials, data science and green fuels.
“What if your introduction to the world was a retelling of the worst mistakes you’ve made in your life?” Emily Baxter, director and founder of We Are All Criminals, posed this question to the audience at her presentation, We Are All Criminals. With her lecture, given at the Campus Y on Tuesday, she aimed to close the empathy gap between those without a criminal record and those who have one.
With bright eyes, crossed legs and a bow tie loosely linked around her shirt collar, creative writing professor Gabrielle Calvocoressi spoke about her newest book, "Rocket Fantastic: Poems," featuring her favorite character — a talking fox.
To celebrate its first year of operation, the house special at The Meantime Coffee Co. on Tuesday, Sept. 12 was a birthday cake latte. Purchasing one, or any of the drinks they sell, puts money towards scholarship funds and study abroad experiences.