There’s a new position in town, couched comfortably in South Building right between the Chancellor and the rest of the University.
The man who acted as the voice of the student body for the past year will spend the next year working with administrative insiders.
The faculty has chosen a new leader and set records in the process.
The woman who has made national headlines for the last four months and has been a magnet for criticism is leaving the University she has tried to reform.
As members of the Sexual Assault Task Force begin their discussion of sanctioning — the latest phase of policy reconstruction — they’ve amped up their meeting frequency.
UNC will pay Kenneth Wainstein $990 per hour to complete another investigation into academic misconduct in the former Department of African and Afro-American Studies.
The new administration is treading territory very familiar to its predecessors.
Following the first test of his ability to think on his feet, Emilio Vicente received the Student Body President endorsement from the UNC Young Democrats.
Three of the five declared candidates for student body president were able to collect close to 5,000 signatures and officially enter the race Tuesday night.
UNC’s Equal Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities Act Office is overflowing with new Title IX hires. Hilary Delbridge, the Title IX public communications specialist and most recent hire, said jokingly that she has the largest office in the building — the conference room.