Campus Y

The Campus Y is an organization that pursues social justice through promoting pluralism in North Carolina specifically and throughout the rest of the world. It was established in 1860 and has about 2000 members every year.

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Demonstrators march from the Peace and Justice Plaza on Franklin Street on Friday evening.

Protest highlighted survivors' voices

Shouts of “justice delayed is justice denied” and “students safety before reputation” were heard down Franklin Street as students and community members gathered for a Standing with Survivors Rally at the Peace and Justice Plaza Friday evening.

Scott Diekema (left), Keegan McBride and Lauren Eaves pose in front of the new sign for Meantime Coffee. 

In the meantime, there's a new coffee shop

A new coffee shop on campus promises to be for the students and by the students. Sophomore Scott Diekema, junior Lauren Eaves and senior Keegan McBride co-founded The Meantime, a nonprofit coffee shop they plan to open Sept. 6 in the Campus Y.