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Students and instructors are now determining how to move forward with previously in-person laboratory classes after UNC announced Monday that all undergraduate courses will shift to remote learning starting Wednesday.
Some classes that were going to be offered on campus have been assigned to locations off of main campus, just days leading up to the first day of class.
The UNC Board of Trustees voted to remove the names of Charles Aycock, Josephus Daniels, Julian Carr and Thomas Ruffin Sr. from UNC campus buildings because of their ties to white supremacy in North Carolina.
With the semester starting in less than three weeks, some student workers are raising concerns about their safety this fall when students return to campus.
The Commission on Campus Equality and Student Equity shared a series of recommendations with University leaders on Saturday regarding UNC's fall 2020 reentry plan. The commission's recommendations include more transparent and equitable accountability measures, a technology assistance program, application-only on-campus housing, for all courses to have an entirely virtual option, a revised grading policy and a reevaluation of how CARES Act funding is distributed.
Carolina Kickoff, a long-running tradition at UNC for incoming first-years founded in 1946, will be held remotely this year because of COVID-19-related concerns.
A UNC sociology professor is under fire for the use of role-playing pedagogy in his classroom after a student went public with allegations that he created an unsafe learning environment for students of color within his Sociology 274: Social and Economic Justice class last semester.
CLARIFICATION: This article has been updated to clarify the Commission's relationship to the Undergraduate Senate.
Reeves Moseley didn’t expect to begin his term as student body president during a pandemic.
As remote learning becomes more common in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some groups have expressed concern that expensive access codes for online learning materials may pose a barrier for some college students.
Resident advisers will have earlier move-in and training dates and will be expected to engage with residents in person, according to emails sent by Carolina Housing to student staff.
The Ackland Art Museum’s first Virtual Friends and Family Sunday program, held on May 31, explored the work of Yayoi Kusama, the artist behind the Ackland’s current exhibition.
Students are responding to UNC’s plan to return to campus in the fall — announced by Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz on Thursday — with a range of concerns, including worries about their health and safety and fears of burnout and academic stress as a result of a shortened schedule.
The Undergraduate Senate looked ahead to fall semester and passed multiple items of legislation at its first full meeting of the summer Tuesday, including a resolution in support of the Campus Y’s statement regarding a controversial Interfraternity Council event.
UNC’s Commission on History, Race and a Way Forward welcomed four new student members and heard from the University of Virginia President's Commission on the University in the Age of Segregation at its third meeting Friday.
The University announced the recipients of the 2020 Chancellor's Awards on Wednesday, recognizing students, faculty and staff who have demonstrated leadership and academic achievement during their time at UNC.
Whether it was donating blood, buying a coffee for a health care worker or calling a friend, the Morehead-Cain senior class dedicated a week of service, kindness and compassion to the memory of Wynn Burrus, a senior Morehead-Cain scholar who died last September.
UNC’s shift to remote instruction has left students to navigate new challenges — including working on group projects virtually, rather than in person.
UNC’s political clubs and organizations are finding ways to stay connected to their members away from campus as the COVID-19 outbreak continues, and the 2020 elections approach.
In 1925, the University opened Spencer Hall, UNC's first residence for female students — much to the chagrin of the majority-male student body.