CAMPUS


1/16/2019 8:51pm

Dr. Shimul Melwani talks about how the Kenan Flagler Business School has changed over the 8 years that she has been there on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. "Students are more engaged with the world than they've ever been," Melwani says.

Happy 100th birthday, Kenan-Flagler!

MBA candidate Charlotte Burnett will always remember UNC Kenan-Flagler's Business School as a reflection of it's own core values — excellence, leadership, integrity, teamwork and community.


1/15/2019 12:55am

Chancellor Carol Folt looks on as undergraduate students Angum Check and Tamia Sanders take the stage to show their disapproval of the proposal given by Folt about the re-erection of Silent Sam on UNC's campus. 

As Carol Folt prepares to leave UNC, Silent Sam's future still uncertain

“I know how difficult these past few months have been and am sorry that this semester has been so trying and painful for many as we struggle to deal properly with Silent Sam,” Folt said in a campuswide email following the rejection of the plan she and the BOT presented for the future of the Confederate monument.

1/14/2019 9:53pm

TA Strike

Whatever happened with the TA grading strike?

At the end of an already unusual semester, UNC's TAs announced a grading strike during finals week in protest of the Board of Trustee's decision on Silent Sam. A month later, many undergraduates are still wondering what happened with their final grades. 


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.