Earlier this month, when the Supreme Court struck down a 1992 law that prohibited sports gambling in most parts of the country, small-time illegal bookkeepers responded with ambivalence. The 6-3 decision might eventually cut into their profits, but will likely minimize the headaches associated with illegal gambling.
Tucker Carlson juggled race, sexual violence and other dicey topics Wednesday morning at the Roy H. Park Lecture on campus. Carlson was the second Fox News commentator to give the lecture in two years.
Three high-profile guests participated in a panel discussion that focused on the role of journalism in today's world where workplace culture is being reevaluated to give more power to victims.
The polls are now quiet, and a new term begins. From platform to policy, newly elected Student Body President Savannah Putnam talks goals for her time in office.
“Out of all the schools dealing with this, one of the things that sets UNC apart is an inability or unwillingness of campus administrators to take a firm stance on either side of this debate about the meaning behind the monument,” said UNC assistant professor William Sturkey.
In the first election season after a reworking of student government procedures, Savannah Putnam was declared the winner. Results were announced in the Student Union Tuesday night.
On Monday, Student Body President candidates met for the final time during a debate hosted by the Board of Elections, with questions submitted via email.
A complaint has been filed against a student working on behalf of Student Body President candidate Garima Tomar, just three days after the campaign period began.
A new student government election cycle, with new rules and regulations, is starting at Chapel Hill as Elizabeth Adkins’ year in office comes to an end.
The University Affairs Committee assembled on Wednesday to discuss the status of campus-wide reform efforts relating to hazing, underage drinking and drug use, advocacy for the safety of Dreamers and other issues.