Here's how the paving project on East Franklin Street may affect your driving and parking habits.
This is what you should know during the calm before the storm.
“They had strong political backers, big funders of theirs calling them up and questioning them on why were they going to do this crazy thing." This light rail project has faced stops when it came to federal and state level funding. A recent bill has set a new path to completion, but tight deadlines may mean going back to square one.
For students just above the near poverty line, UNC’s claims of affordability and exceptional Carolina Covenant program do not ring true.
"It's a huge undertaking, but the demands being made on schools today are greater than ever before in the history of this country,” said Stephen Halkiotis, chairperson of the Orange County Schools Board of Education
'Somebody Is Hurting Our people and It’s Gone on Far Too Long' was the theme of the North Carolina Poor People's Campaign rally in Raleigh on Monday.
"It affects me, and it affects a lot of people I know, and it affects my community. It affects Black students, Black faculty members and Black community members on this campus. It continues to affect them (in) the many ways in which Black people on this campus are abused, the way that Black athletes are exploited for the Tar Heel brand, the way in which our faces are plastered all over the Carolina for All Campaign when the University doesn’t want to remove a statue that is against our very existence as Black people on this campus."
To empower survivors of rape and sexual assault, the Student Safety and Wellness Committee of the Undergraduate Student Government Executive Branch hosted a Take Back the Night march on Wednesday evening. Around 20 students marched across campus and Franklin Street to bring awareness to the sexual violence against women, men and non-binary individuals by men.
As the school year ends, junior Savannah Putnam is taking on the role of student body president in senior Elizabeth Adkins’ place. In her administration, Adkins focused on mental health, diversity and sexual assault prevention.
Jonathan Hess, distinguished professor of Jewish History and Culture, died suddenly Monday afternoon. Students and faculty reflect on the powerful legacy Hess left behind for students and faculty at Carolina.
North Carolina Poor People's Campaign staged a protest in downtown Raleigh on May 14.