One in four kids face food insecurity in North Carolina, according to No Kid Hungry North Carolina. To educate and help solve this issue, the Eats 101 class, an honors seminar in food and culture, joined forces with No Kid Hungry North Carolina to raise money and awareness of this issue with their event, Q for the Kids, on Thursday.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month during April, organizations both on and off campus collaborated to address the problem of sexual assault and gender violence to the UNC community.
Thursday Chancellor Carol Folt and Provost Jim Dean welcomed the eighth Dean of the UNC School of Dentistry, Dr. Scott De Rossi, to campus.
Elizabeth Adkins was voted the student body president for the 2017-2018 academic year on Friday night.
Night parking rates were approved, plans for new athletics facilities were proposed and a potted tree was knocked over during the first day of Board of Trustees meetings.
Matthew McKnight’s two appeals to the UNC Student Supreme Court were denied Sunday, upholding the UNC Board of Elections decision to disqualify him from the race.
On Thursday night, the UNC Board of Elections disqualified Matthew McKnight from the student body president elections after hearing a third complaint filed by Harry Edwards.
On Sunday, the Board of Elections heard three hearings in the student body presidential election — the re-hearing for Shriver v. Nail for SBP Campaign and two hearings for Edwards v. McKnight.
Student Congress approved the six recommendations for Board of Elections nominees from the Rules and Judiciary Committee with full attending consent at a special session on Wednesday night.
Junior Matthew McKnight said he has always had a commitment to public service. His father, who died when McKnight was young, was a Morehead-Cain Scholar, a federal judge and a prosecutor.