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The UNC Board of Trustees approved a final resolution restating the delegation of powers across campus and heard from University officials on new partnerships with telehealth and digital therapy services for students during their full board meeting Thursday.
UNC’s Campus Safety Commission has dissolved following disagreements between administration and commission members, who felt their recommendations regarding COVID-19 and campus police were ignored.
As the story broke this summer that acclaimed journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones would not be granted tenure at UNC, reporters scrambled to file requests for public records.
As general care floors in hospitals turned into COVID-19 triages, students became practitioners and classroom education shifted to the grim reality of treating the victims of a pandemic. Students in the UNC School of Nursing have spent the last year consumed like the rest of us by the coronavirus — but running toward it rather than away.
The first week of move-in for the fall semester – and the first week students returned to campus after the pandemic began — the University conducted 354 tests for COVID-19. Over the spring semester's first week of class, it did over 13,000.
Students identified violating COVID-19 Community Standards in videos shared by the “Where y’all goin” Instagram account could face serious disciplinary consequences, University and Town officials say.
Members of the North Carolina Public Service Workers Union, UE Local 150, met outside the North Carolina Legislative Building Thursday to demand the state end in-person instruction at universities for the upcoming semester, citing rising COVID-19 cases.
Over the past two years, members of the UNC System’s Board of Governors have collectively contributed nearly $800,000 to Republican political candidates and causes, and only about $88,000 to Democrats — indicating a conservative partisan slant among the body.
The Adams School of Dentistry held its 6th annual DEAH Day on Wednesday in honor of the late Deah Barakat and Yusor Abu-Salha, who were students at the school.
Environmental activists held a “No Coal UNC” rally in-person at the Old Well and virtually on Zoom Tuesday, demanding that the University stop using its coal-fired power plant by 2023.
Earlier this month, the University appointed Mike Piehler, an ecologist and director of the UNC Institute for the Environment, as its new Chief Sustainability Officer. Piehler fills a role that has been empty for over a year, since the concealed firing of Brad Ives last August.
The University announced Wednesday that Mike Piehler, a coastal ecosystem ecologist and the director of the UNC Institute for the Environment, will serve as the new Chief Sustainability Officer — a role that has been empty for over a year since the concealed firing of Brad Ives last August.
When Zach Ripberger started college, he hoped to find fellowship through his faith. Instead, he ended up leaving campus ministry after encountering an environment that ignited an intense internal struggle between his faith and his sexuality.
The American Association of University Professors and UE Local 150, The North Carolina Public Service Workers Union, held a town hall on Thursday to address the concerns of campus workers at universities across the UNC System and lay out demands for a safer return to campus.
This fall, it’s going to be even harder to find a table in the library.
A North Carolina Superior Court judge has dismissed a portion of the DTH Media Corporation's complaint against the UNC System and Board of Governors in a virtual hearing Thursday. The complaint accused the groups of violating North Carolina Open Meetings Law to negotiate its $2.5 million settlement with the North Carolina Sons of Confederate Veterans in November 2019.
The Campus Safety Commission met Wednesday morning to discuss the return to campus this fall, including the implementation of community standards, the current rate of COVID-19 cases and what could trigger potential “off-ramps” to send students home.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story stated that the book "Courage in the Moment: The Civil Rights Struggle, 1961-1964," included a collection of Jim Wallace's photos accompanied by text from former UNC Student Body President Paul Dickson. The text was by Wallace's friend and editor Paul Dickson, not the former UNC student body president of the same name.
Update, 8:56 p.m.:
With an untraditional fall semester ahead, it’s unclear exactly what’s going to happen with libraries and popular study spots around campus. But if they are open, here are the best places to grind out a paper or try to pay attention in Zoom class.