Students might soon have the opportunity to hire legal counsel for cases of disciplinary misconduct tried by the honor system — but one law firm already advertises help in some cases.
Eric Metcalf loved listening to classical music so much that as a freshman, he would go to North Carolina Symphony shows in Raleigh by himself.
Students received an Alert Carolina message Monday about a falsely reported sexual assault because the Department of Public Safety wanted to assuage heightened concerns about the issue.
In an unexpected outcome, Christy Lambden was elected student body president in a runoff election Tuesday, winning 55 percent of the vote and defeating Will Lindsey.
After weeks of collecting signatures, holding rallies in the Pit and attending debates, Will Lindsey and Christy Lambden are in the home stretch for student body president.
Although out-of-state students comprise a minority at UNC, student body president candidates are considering their concerns about tuition hikes.
Although the UNC College Republicans and Young Democrats disagree on many issues, both organizations came to the same conclusion when endorsing a candidate for student body president: Christy Lambden.
Will Lindsey decided to run for student body president because of his two biggest passions — the University and public service.
Students will have at least two options when choosing the next student body president. The Board of Elections certified juniors Will Lindsey and Christy Lambden to be on the ballot for student body president Tuesday night. Lindsey’s campaign collected 1,927 petition signatures while Lambden had 1,890.