3/4/2020 9:28pm

Dean Susan King of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media received the 2019 Scripps Howard Administrator of the Year title. Photo courtesy of King.

Dean Susan King will gift administration award money to Hussman students

This week, Dean Susan King of the Hussman School of Media and Journalism was named the 2019 Scripps Howard Administrator of the Year, recognizing her excellence in journalism and communication administration. King plans to use the award's monetary prize to fund extracurricular opportunities for Hussman students. 

3/4/2020 7:49pm

Junior Senator Tanner Henson (bottom left) of the Undergraduate Senate reacts to Senator Sosa Evbuomwan's response to events that occurred at the last meeting Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 in Gardner Hall. 

UNC's Undergraduate Senate to vote on making senate seats paid

A new bill proposed in the Undergraduate Senate would provide student senators with a $300 maximum stipend based on the number of meetings they attend. Some members of the senate think the bill will encourage participation and make the senate more appealing and accessible to students. Others have their doubts. 

3/1/2020 10:44pm

In this diptych, (left) sophomore Hanna Berg poses for a portrait in the Dialectic Chamber in New West on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020. Berg uploaded pages of the Order of Gimghoul's initiation rituals in early February and gave a speech about her findings at a Di Phi meeting, and (right) Gimghoul Castle stands just east of UNC Chapel Hill's campus, photographed on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.

‘Midnight and graves and weirdness’: Order of Gimghoul’s initiation rituals uncovered

The Order of Gimghoul is a secret, invitation-only society for male students and faculty of the University that was founded in 1889 by five students. Materials from the Order's collection that are at least 50 years old are open to the public — and on Feb. 12, UNC sophomore Hanna Berg posted pages of the Order's initiation rituals to a student meme Facebook group. Berg's decision to upload the pages followed a speech she gave about the Order at a Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies meeting. After she gave the speech, she received a letter stating, “LOOK NO FURTHER." 

3/1/2020 8:39pm

The She's the First executive team poses for a photo at last year's International Women's Day Tea. This year's event will occur at the Carolina Inn on Sunday. Photo courtesy of Alexandra Smith.

Annual Women's Day Tea discussed gender inequality in the 21st century

The UNC chapter of She’s the First, an international non-profit organization that fights gender inequality through education, hosted its annual International Women’s Day Tea at the Carolina Inn Sunday, March 1. The event included panel discussion that touched on the obstacles women still face in the 21st century.