Kate Karstens

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Source: UNC Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Out-of-state students may face difficulty in affording UNC

Of the 30,000 out-of-state residents who applied to UNC this year, only a handful will be granted admission, and even fewer will be offered a financial aid package. This roadblock has prevented thousands of potential out-of-state students from accepting their offer of admission, and the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid has its hands tied by North Carolina policies.  Full tuition cost in addition to room and board can cost upwards of $50,000 for out of state students attending UNC. 


First-year Alec White fills out course evaluation.

Faculty depends on student evaluations to improve

With finals around the corner, students in Chapel Hill are taking study breaks by agreeing or disagreeing if “the course challenged (them) to think deeply about the subject matter” by selecting an empty bubble. While students stress about semester examinations, instructors have begun to fret over their course evaluations, which are finalized on Wednesday night, Dec 6. 



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Turning Point USA is a conservative organization with presence at UNC. 

Turning Point USA is a conservative organization with presence at UNC. 


Graduate and Professional Federation Senate met for the first time this semester on Tuesday night.

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Graduate and Professional Federation Senate met for the first time this semester on Tuesday night.