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UNC-system officials decided Thursday to override a mandatory reduction of Elizabeth City State University's budget despite the fact that the school exceeded the system's 18 percent out-of-state enrollment cap for the second year in a row.
Norledia Moody was a little worried when she left her small, rural hometown and her predominantly black high school for UNC two years ago that she would feel like a minority for the first time.
While many UNC students were packing up to go home for Winter Break, a select few were walking across the Smith Center floor for the final time.
Interim Student Body Secretary Matt Compton will remain in the position until Dec. 6.
But as the cost of tuition rises, so do fears that the University is becoming inaccessible to all but the most wealthy residents of the state.
The charges against Charles Bryan Corey, 20, and Jason Lee Hallenbeck, 19, at Orange County District Court in Hillsborough were continued until Dec. 12.
This summer, UNC joined roughly 50 universities nationwide where faculty and students have formed campaigns to urge university officials to withdraw funds from any company that substantially supports Israel.
Provost Robert Shelton announced that the 1.2 percent raises funded by campus-based tuition increases would be given to faculty who were particularly deserving or who are in danger of being lured away by other universities.
Ehringhaus, who has been with the University for 32 years and served under six chancellors, will begin her new position Jan. 1, 2003, serving a special joint assignment with the Association of American Medical Colleges and the Association of American Universities, based out of Washington, D.C.
Bruce Runberg, associate vice chancellor for planning and construction, said that projects on campus will be stepped up this year and that there are more than 90 projects in the works.
The lawsuit, which is pending in a Greensboro federal court, alleges that the UNC summer reading program violates the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution by requiring students to read selections from the Quran,
As the echoes of the bell faded away Wednesday, the only sound was the fluttering of the U.S. flag flying at half-staff as about 6,000 people stood in a tribute to the six UNC alumni who died Sept. 11, 2001.
COSC members discussed recommendations created by a task force this summer, which released a report proposing various changes to the student judicial system.
About 120 first-year graduate students participated in the new class designed to fulfill National Institutes of Health requirements that any student trained with NIH financial support undergo a well-developed course in ethics.
But both student and faculty leaders said that goal cannot be accomplished without taking into account factors that are not easily measured.
Members of the newly formed Advisory Committee on Transportation met Tuesday to discuss potential improvements to public transportation.
But that strategy is the most economical solution to CDS' inability to use dishwashers due to the drought, said Mike Freeman, a UNC auxiliary services representative.
The second phase of the Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center, located in the Meadowmont community off N.C. 54, will include adding 69,000 square feet of new floor area for meeting and classroom space, 60 guest rooms to the McLean Residence Hall and 49 parking spaces.
Moeser and Daum cast the first votes at the No Excuse voter station located inside the Morehead Building. The facility allows voters registered in Orange County to vote at any time leading up to the Sept. 10 election.
The program, Carolina Students Taking Academic Responsibility through Teaching, known as C-START, was started by former student Kristin Miller using a one-time grant from former Provost Dick Richardson.