Wrapped in caution tape and red scarves, students gathered Wednesday afternoon as part of a performance art piece protesting rules that prohibit gay men from donating blood.
Graduation in Kenan Memorial Stadium is on.
A lot has happened since Andrea Pino and Annie Clark were last in Chapel Hill.
The University’s public relations team is putting out more positive stories, but the development office still hasn’t seen a return on that investment.
For sophomore Scott Ellington, fishing is a family affair.
The Interfraternity Council saw no violations during its recruitment period this semester for the first time since it was made alcohol-free one year ago. “Although we do have two cases pending for off-campus events, there weren’t any incidents with official recruitment events,” said Jack Partain, vice president of recruitment for the IFC.
With athletic director Dick Baddour’s departure on the horizon, members of the faculty athletics committee know what they want in his replacement.
University officials are set to spend $500,000 from a reserve fund to improve campus sustainability and save money at the same time.
Sakai might kick Blackboard off campus faster than expected. The number of courses that have switched to Sakai is more than double what leaders of the project expected.
Professor Tori Ekstrand works in her office in Carroll Hall Monday afternoon. Ekstrand teaches in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications and gives her students warnings about sensitive topics in class. "It's not so much about triggers," Ekstrand said. "It's about helping students realize the realities we face and our responsibilities."