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In an event called "Yield to Heels," volunteers stationed at four crosswalks throughout campus distributed logo T-shirts and informative fliers with coupons for local businesses. The event was part of the Department of Public Safety's ongoing pedestrian safety campaign.
Family, friends, colleagues, neighbors and students gathered in 111 Carroll Hall to celebrate the life and achievements of Bittner, who died April 9 at age 58.
Student government instituted the Safe Ride program, which began its pilot phase Monday, to curb drunk driving and to keep students safe, said Anup Dashputre, chairman of student services for student government.
On a scale of one to 10, that's how Justin Young rated his student body presidential term.
In January, Kappa Alpha fraternity received an Honor Court reprimand for a hazing violation last September, said Dave Gilbert, judicial programs officer and assistant dean of students.
SURGE featured speakers Rania Masri, a graduate of N.C. State University, and Tomas Murawski, a UNC senior and SURGE member.
This weekend, 577 dancers, 200 moralers, 300 volunteers and 120 committee members filled the gym for the annual UNC Dance Marathon. Last year, the marathon boasted 400 dancers.
One potential referendum is sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Student Federation and will propose adding 75 cents to the student activity fee for child care for UNC students with children. The other asks students to vote in support of urging N.C. legislators to pass campaign finance reform.
Led by students who took the first-year seminar, the presentation featured various aspects of the popular American edifices that were destroyed by a terrorist attack on Sept. 11.
By Kara Eide
Students have a few options for purchasing tickets to the bowl, which will take place in Atlanta's Georgia Dome on Dec. 31.
The Rules and Judiciary Committee has not had enough members present at its last three meetings to fulfill its duties, which include redrawing congressional district lines and overseeing executive appointments.
While the FBI has not yet targeted any students at UNC, it has been to other university campuses across the nation to question and investigate students from the Middle East, and officials here say they anticipate a possible visit.
Many costumed partyers donned American flags and other patriotic paraphernalia, but some chose to dress more politically, wearing Osama bin Laden or President Bush costumes.
Toni's mother, Chapel Hill resident Chantris Bray, stands by observing as medical students provide free care for her young children.
After two students raised questions Tuesday about the GPSF's plans for the year on the group listserv, GPSF President Mikisha Brown responded with an e-mail apologizing for being out of touch and announcing an ice cream social at the Bell Tower on Wednesday for all graduate and professional students.
As the Undergraduate Library renovations progress, a fence -- which now claims a chunk of walking space between the Pit and the Undergrad -- was erected Tuesday to allow work on the building's wiring.
Carolina for Kibera, a nonprofit group founded and directed by senior Rye Barcott, aims to raise funds to launch three projects this summer aimed at enhancing youth culture in the Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya.
All three phases of construction have been delayed six months, meaning that all organizations housed in the original Union building will have to uproot in the middle of next semester rather than changing locations during the summer.
The campaign aims to incite men to help end men's violence against women. Participants wore matching navy-blue shirts and white ribbon pins as they stood in solidarity in the Pit.