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Wednesday October 20th

Student Life

The call for help

With the number of calls to emergency medical services for student alcohol overdoses rising, and new statewide legislation in place to encourage calling for help, the University is now facing a bigger question — what, if any, consequences these students should face.

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Apply for executive branch committees

As the year winds down and thoughts of next semester begin to creep up amidst exam preparation and daydreams of summer, it is the perfect time to consider how you will give back to Carolina next year.

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Leimenstoll, Myrick deserve our thanks

Today, we welcome the Lambden administration to the helm of student self-governance. Over the past few weeks, I have worked closely with Christy and his team, and I am confident that they will soar.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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