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9/7/2020 7:55pm

The Faculty Athletics Committee met on Thursday, Sept. 3rd over Zoom. They discussed the ways in which COVID-19 was affecting athletics and athletes themselves.

Faculty Athletics Committee discusses COVID-19 precautions, revenue loss

“Without fans in the stands, it could be very significant this year, anywhere from mid-20s to 50 million dollar hits, depending on whether we play, whether we get television revenue and what basketball revenue looks like," Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham said. "It’s too early to really tell what that number is." 


8/31/2020 10:12pm

UNC's Pi Lambda Phi fraternity on Little Fraternity Court on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020. That Saturday night, the fraternity allegedly hosted a party despite Governor Cooper's executive order about indoor gatherings of over 10 people and the CDC guidelines surrounding COVID-19.

After three clusters and several Chapel Hill Police reports, eyes turn to Greek life

Concerns about Greek life have circulated since UNC’s leadership announced the full reopening plan in May. And now that UNC is shutting down its residence halls, all eyes are on students who remain in off-campus housing — especially those in Greek organizations. As UNC planned its Carolina Roadmap, Greek life organizations also had to assemble plans to comply with county and University COVID-19 rules. During discussions about off-campus community standards enforcement, University leaders said sorority and fraternity houses are privately owned, meaning the majority of enforcement falls to the CHPD. Police Chief Chris Blue said the volume of party-related complaints received by the Police Department in the past month has been on par with years past.


8/31/2020 9:55pm

A police car parked on Franklin Street outside of UNC's Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) fraternity on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020 after a report that ATO was hosting a party that Saturday night.

Student violations of COVID-19 ordinances will be reported to Student Affairs Office

Chapel Hill police are providing the UNC Student Affairs Office with enhanced daily reporting about student-related violations of state or local ordinances regarding COVID-19. The police department is providing this information so that the University can notify the students and parents of these violations and take administrative or disciplinary action as needed.