Eleanor Murray, a first-year public policy and global studies major, at the James A. Taylor Building, where Counseling and Psychological Services is located, on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. "As someone who did not realize I had mental health issues, it was helpful and resourceful and I felt supported while trying to find a therapist," Murray says of her experience with CAPS. Murray would recommend CAPS and likes the multiple treatment options offered at CAPS.
Erin Campagna, a first-year majoring in English and communications, hangs out with her suitemates, who she said are her "closest friends." Campagna is one of the 500-plus students on Carolina Housing's 2019-20 waitlist.
Erin Campagna, a freshman majoring in English and Communications and minoring in history. She is hanging out with her suitemates who are her "closest friends" that she really wanted to room with last year, but that was messed up by Carolina housing
Senior Daniel Phipps, biology major, near the pit on Nov 28, 2018. Phipps is glad that student activism allows "the voice of the young and the educated" to be heard.
Sophomore Karmin Styron, pre-nursing major, near the pit on Nov 28, 2018. Styron is interested in feminist student activism and to her activism means "students working hard for what they believe in."
Garrett Smith, 57, from Chapel Hill and Richard Smith, 42, from Greensboro from Durham on Nov 28, 2018 working on brick construction in between Davis library and the student union.
“We’re an old university, and we have hundreds of millions of dollars in deferred maintenance,” said Chancellor Carol Folt at the November BOT meeting. “You hit a point when old buildings get old. We’re trying to deal with that. We can’t rely fully on the state.” President of the Graduate and Professional School Federation and Student Body President said the University introduced the new fee controversially, undermining student feedback which typically guides the early stages of fee creation. Curtis Love, 45, from Alamance County, Richard Smith, 42, from Greensboro, and Carnell Bass, 55, from Durham on Nov 28, 2018 working on brick construction in between Davis library and the student union.
Garrett Smith, 57, from Chapel Hill, Richard Smith, 42, from Greensboro, and Carnell Bass, 55, from Durham on Nov 28, 2018 working on brick construction in between Davis library and the student union.
Junior, psychology major, Kelly Ann Evans and junior, biology and chemistry major, Chason Hine working at the package center on Nov 14, 2018. Hine is happy about Carolina Housing's new recycling initiative accepting plastics but feels that even more change needs to happen to eliminate more waste products.
Senior, health policy and management major, Mali Khan at the Mediterranean chain restaurant Cava which recently opened in Chapel Hill on Nov. 13, 2018. Khan enjoyed her first time at Cava eating her fresh salad bowl but felt that the flavors were not particularly Mediterranean.