Screenshot from the virtually-held Campus Safety Commission meeting on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 to discuss concerns about returning to campus regarding COVID-19.

Campus Safety Commission discusses community standards and rising COVID-19 cases

With a little more than a month left before the fall semester is set to begin, critical questions about the return to on-campus operations remain.  The Campus Safety Commission met Wednesday to discuss some of these concerns, including implementation of community standards, the current rate of COVID-19 cases and what could trigger potential “off-ramps” to send students home. 


Column: Hot take sports shows have gone cold

Nowadays, sports channels' daytime programming is a glut of shows that all feel the same. Starting before sunrise, you can watch a mix of experts and big personalities debate each other for hours on end on a redundant set of topics that make up the day in sports. 


The Van Hecke-Wettach Hall hosts UNC's School of Law.

UNC School of Law responds to letter from group of Black students

A group of Black law students sent a letter to UNC School of Law titled "Why UNC Law is Not a Place for Black Students." The letter condemned the school's lack of resources and its culture of antipathy towards Black students, as well as the dean for a failure to retain Black students and faculty.  Here's how the school has responded.