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5/29/2019 8:48pm

The Clinical and Psychological Services (CAPS) held an event for students to talk about their mental health experiences on Monday, Nov. 12, 2018.

Remember the Mental Health Task Force from last year? Here's what it's been working on

Requests for student mental health services have been increasingly consistently in the past five years. In a presentation to the board of trustees, the Mental Health Task Force delivered a report after a year of research into the mental health problems and needs of the UNC student community.  Part of the presentation focused on the tense campus environment, due to events in the past year involving demonstrations around confederate monuments, and the impact of sexual assaults and misconduct.

4/24/2019 9:01pm

Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz attends a Chancellor's Advisory Committee meeting on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at South Building.

What is the Campus Safety Commission?

The commission, initially announced on March 22, will also facilitate discussion with the UNC community regarding the roles and expectations of the relationship between the community and campus police.


4/17/2019 11:05pm

Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz fields a reporter's question during an interview in South Building on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. "I've heard students express concern over the distrust that they have with police... and I remain committed to ensuring their safety," Guskiewicz said.

We sat down with interim Chancellor Guskiewicz to talk about UNC's present and future

Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz, former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, was appointed to his new position in February, following the unexpected resignation of former Chancellor Carol Folt.  Following a controversial year on UNC’s campus, and a little over a month from the Board of Governors’ May meeting, University desk editor Myah Ward sat down with Guskiewicz to discuss recent incidents and the future of UNC’s campus.  


3/21/2019 11:55pm

A pro-Confederate protester shakes hands with UNC Police officer Timothy Tickle after Tickle explained to protesters the boundaries of UNC's campus. The pro-Confederate group then left campus. Photo courtesy of Daniel Hosterman.

Confederate group brings guns to campus; no arrests made

On Saturday, a confederate group showed up to UNC's main campus near Silent Sam's former location in McCorkle Place. The group was joined by members armed with guns and knives who stood near Memorial Hall. UNC Police responded to the group's presence on campus, but made no arrest at the sight of the armed members.