But his half-hour presentation covered topics from the progress of the chancellor’s Task Force on UNC-Chapel Hill’s History and the Nighttime Travel Working Group to the status of Counseling and Psychological Services.
In addition, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Matt Fajack gave a brief, but detailed, update on Student Stores.
“We’re off and running,” said Crisp, the vice chancellor for student affairs. “What this means is that this last week of January and into February, this place is going to be jumping.”
History task force progress
After the renaming of Saunders Hall and the repeated alterations of the Silent Sam memorial during the summer and early fall, UNC created a task force in September to audit campus buildings and monuments.
Progress was initially slow; in November there were only five members.
Now, students, faculty and staff have volunteered to work on the task force’s various advisory committees, Crisp said. A website for the task force is also live.
The group, Crisp said, has made substantial progress on its report on Carolina Hall and a historical exhibit there, but the McCorkle Place report has lagged behind.