CAMPUS


1/13/2019 7:36pm

Eleanor Murray, a first-year public policy and global studies major, at the James A. Taylor Building, where Counseling and Psychological Services is located, on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019.  "As someone who did not realize I had mental health issues, it was helpful and resourceful and I felt supported while trying to find a therapist," Murray says of her experience with CAPS. Murray would recommend CAPS and likes the multiple treatment options offered at CAPS.

Does CAPS' referral system work?

Student experiences at Counseling and Psychological Services at UNC have been generally positive, but there is one complaint: They want more sessions. CAPS provides students six sessions before referring them to treatment elsewhere and many students say it's not enough. Read CAPS' side of the story.


2/11/2019 9:52pm

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s 1984 medical school yearbook page surfaced with a picture of a man in blackface standing alongside another in KKK robes — both of whom Northam claims are not him. Other politicians called for his resignation, including Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, who later admitted to also having dressed in blackface.

Photos of blackface in UNC yearbooks reflect on the University's history of racism

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s 1984 medical school yearbook page surfaced with a picture of a man in blackface standing alongside another in KKK robes — both of whom Northam claims are not him.  Soon after Northam’s photo went viral, a photo from the Chi Phi fraternity, published in the 1979 edition of the Yackety Yack, UNC's yearbook, depicts a man in blackface being hanged by two other men dressed as members of the Ku Klux Klan.