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Abby Pender


‘A giant elephant in the room’: Employee Forum's Dobbs proclamation absent from University coverage

Following the Supreme Court of the United States' leak of the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade last May, members of the UNC Employee Forum started working on Proclamation 22-01 to address the situation. The proclamation advocates for employees that could be affected by abortion legislation changes, but members of the forum say that the University did not include this within The Well's typical meeting coverage. 

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'The stipend isn't keeping up' — UNC graduate students struggle with cost of living

The minimum graduate student stipend only covers approximately 68.5 percent of the cost to attend UNC-Chapel Hill, a recent study by the Graduate and Professional Student Federation found.  A personal emergency like a health crisis, loss of transportation and housing, or other situations could make a graduate student unable to afford to survive in Chapel Hill another semester. "The genesis is that it gets more and more expensive to live here," Graduate and Professional Student Government President Theodore Nollert said. "The stipend isn’t keeping up.”

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