Most students will agree that Wilson Library is one of the most beautiful spots on campus to study, but the building’s treasure extends much further than the reading room.
Friday’s Faculty Council meeting covered everything from undercover cops to curriculum changes. Here’s what you need to know:
Seeds are often overlooked, but on Sunday at the North Carolina Botanical Garden, they were the star of the show.
The Vote Yes Referenda Campaign encouraged students to “vote yes” on the Student Constitution Referendum on Friday.
UNC's academic scandal recently came to a close, but its effects are ongoing. In response to the academic irregularities that were brought to light in 2011, the University instituted several policy reforms. The reforms are described as "extensive steps in the long journey to bring a painful chapter in campus history to a proper conclusion."
A group of mental health professionals and concerned citizens gathered at the Chapel Hill Public Library on Saturday to discuss their opinions on President Trump’s performance in office and concerns over his capability to fulfill his position.
With a mission to deliver persistent, result-oriented public interest activism, UNC’s North Carolina Public Interest Research Group chapter actively works to educate the public on a wide array of issues. Their latest campaign focuses on tackling the overuse of antibiotics in factory farms.
Community members and students walked around campus as part of the “Be the Light” Suicide Prevention Awareness walk on Friday. The walk began and finished in the Pit, which was filled with balloons, glow sticks and gently used shoes to be donated to Club Nova thrift shop.