STUDENT LIFE


3/6/2013 12:09am

Gun club bill passed in tense vote

In a controversial vote Tuesday night, Student Congress passed by a one-vote margin a bill that will make it more difficult for the Tar Heel Rifle and Pistol Club to obtain funding for ammunition — a measure that members of the group call discriminatory.


2/20/2013 8:26pm

Christy Lambden reacts after hearing that he has won the the SBP elections. He won with 55% of the vote.

Lambden hits the ground running

After winning the student body president election Tuesday night, Christy Lambden said he feels like he’s on cloud nine. But before he takes office on April 2nd, Lambden said he has a lot to familiarize himself with.


2/18/2013 9:12pm

Students campaigning for  Will Lindsey and Christy Lambden in the pit . Jimmy Decker, right, who was Lambden's roommate for two years, is excited to support his friend in his campaign.

Lindsey, Lambden face off today

The last two standing in the student body president race will face off today, and students should know by tonight who their next student body president is. Since none of the five candidates won a majority of the votes last week, Will Lindsey and Christy Lambden, who garnered the two highest percentages, are competing in a runoff election.


2/6/2013 10:11pm

Veto on meeting minutes overturned

Students will now have access to minutes from all student government meetings, following the passage of a bill by Student Congress aimed at improving transparency.

1/28/2013 9:41pm

Will Lindsey, junior, History and Political Science double major

Student body president candidates ?le complaints

Candidates Rob Jones and Christy Lambden filed two joint complaints Monday morning with the Board of Elections against candidates Hetali Lodaya and Will Lindsey, accusing them of unfair campaign practices in violation of Title VI of the Student Code.


12/5/2012 12:41am

UNC vice president stipend upheld

The UNC student body vice president’s position will remain open to all students — regardless of financial means. Student Congress tried to sustain Student Body President Will Leimenstoll’s veto of a bill that would have eliminated the vice president’s $2400 annual stipend at a meeting Tuesday.


10/7/2012 10:42pm

Changes to come to Honor Court

Students arrested by Chapel Hill police could soon see a new way in which their potential Honor Code violations are handled by the Honor Court.