Think you're safe after stealing a brick? Think again. The UNC Police department views it as a criminal offense, and Carolina Housing punishes those found with bricks in their rooms.
On May 11, all clothing and basket service will cease at Fetzer Hall, bringing an end to the decades-long “Fetzer Grays” tradition. Under the current system, faculty can store their gym clothes in baskets provided by Fetzer. The gym provides faculty with exercise clothing and even washes it for them. The cessation of the service is indicative of a broader concern coming from UNC staff that the University is not supporting healthy lifestyles to the extent necessary to combat America’s increasing obesity problem.
The Status of Women Committee focused on policy solutions for salary discrepancies, childcare for faculty and accommodations for working parents Thursday and how the University will play a role in making these changes.
UNC alums Emily Steele and Peter Wallsten won Pulitzer Prizes for their part in reporting on two of the most important topics in recent years: Bill O'Reilly's sexual assault allegations and Russia's involvement in the 2016 election. They reveal why this success has only motivated them to continue in their field full steam ahead.
UNC kicked off its recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month on Sunday with tabling in the Student Union by One Act and Heels United. This month, these organizations will host workshops about sexual violence prevention, lectures and other programs to assist sexual assault survivors and others who want to know more about the issue. Organizers of SAAM hope the results of this month's discussions will continue to manifest in the months and years to come.
While the national statistics reflect an increase in age of first marriage, for the most part, married UNC students are welcomed with open arms.
Almost 50 years ago, the first intrauterine device was introduced, and we know it now as the pill. For UNC students today, Women’s Health Services offers four different IUDs and a variety of other long term and short term reversible contraceptive services, and students are taking advantage of it.
After an unopposed campaign, Whitenack and Bolin were given the keys to the co-president office on Friday, March 9. The former co-presidents, Alexa and Courtney Staton, will remain active in the Campus Y until the semester’s end.
While the number of U.S. college students smoking cigarettes has been increasing since 1993 to the current 33 percent, the use of e-cigarettes has been climbing since 2011. E-cigarettes can lead to increased tobacco usage in the future.
The U.S. prides itself on being a place where checks and balances broker power of high-ranking officials. But prosecutors slip between this crack. That's why UNC’s School of Law created the Prosecutors and Politics Project.
Graduate and Professional Federation Senate met for the first time this semester on Tuesday night.