ADMINISTRATION


10/14/2018 9:57pm

Chancellor Carol Folt attends the UNC football game against Virginina Tech on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018 in Kenan Memorial Stadium. Folt announced that she will be stepping down from her position as chancellor in an email sent to the University community on Monday, Jan. 14, 2018.

Chancellor Folt issues apology for University's involvement in slavery

On its 225th birthday, UNC-Chapel Hill’s administrators, faculty, staff and students pledged to look back on its checkered history to help UNC adapt to a modern age. In a year where debates surrounding Silent Sam have taken precedence in campus discourse, many University Day speakers emphasized the need to carry the lessons of UNC’s past into its future.


10/11/2018 11:42pm

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A look at University Day throughout the years

Throughout the years, UNC's celebration of University Day has included a variety of event and guests. Despite all the changes the University has seen over the years, the celebrations have remained mostly the same. Here's a look back at previous celebrations and demonstrations from University Day throughout UNC's history, including fights for equal rights, visits from past presidents and celebrations from the student body. 


9/20/2018 12:05am

Student Body President Savannah Putnam attends a special meeting of the Board of Trustees the morning of Aug. 28 at Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center.

SBP Savannah Putnam's 'Catch-22': Power dynamics in the BOT

When the Board of Trustees huddled in closed session earlier this month, awaiting instruction on how to proceed on the delicate Confederate monument issue, Savannah Putnam met with them.  As the SBP, her job is to act as a liaison between the students and administration. Yet despite her status as a voting ex-officio member of the BOT, she was asked to leave a conversation which took place before the official special meeting dates of both the BOT and BOG.