UNC campus community members called on the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law to take legal action against the Board of Governors' $2.5 million settlement over Silent Sam.
During a UNC Board of Governors' meeting on Thursday, committee members grappled with two pending legal cases against the University.
UNC students and members of surrounding communities gathered outside Wilson Library on Monday afternoon to protest the potential war with Iran. Some attendees shared their reasons for opposing conflict in Iran, including personal ties to the country and a hope that the United States will not divert money toward this conflict. Many similar protests have happened across the country following a strike ordered by President Donald Trump. Some critics of this decision have compared a potential war with Iran that could come from this action to a third world war, especially on social media.
Various community members share their thoughts concerning the UNC Board of Governors' decision to pay $2.5 million to the North Carolina Sons of Confederate Veterans for the Silent Sam statue. These thoughts follow the release of several statements by several academic centers on campus suggesting their opposition to the statue settlement.
From creating the Coal Free 2020 initiative to the current Three Zeros program, here's what UNC has done to address climate change over the last decade.
At a Faculty Council meeting on Friday, student protesters called on Guskiewicz to make reparations, retract or resign with regard to the Silent Sam settlement. Faculty also called for the administration to publicly oppose the BOG decision.
UNC faculty from different departments signed a letter in support of graduate students who were arrested in Pittsboro during a protest.
After infringing on a campus philanthropy's reserved space in The Pit, Gary Birdsong's preaching raised questions about the line between free speech and harassment.
There are mixed responses throughout the UNC community about the possibility of N.C. House Speaker Tim Moore running for UNC-system president.
Because of N.C. State Health Plan's policy, the $9,000 estimated cost of the surgery, and potentially all future trans-related health care, will fall on Conley.
The Faculty Executive Committee gathered Monday afternoon to consider complexities in leadership, debates over the spring “Conflict over Gaza” Conference and the concerns of student government.