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Clay Morris


'We have to care about people': Students react to Franklin Street rush amid pandemic

Some students found the choice by their peers to rush as an example of privilege and an extension of irresponsibility on behalf of UNC’s administration, especially as in-person classes resumed Monday. Following concerns after the events of Saturday night, UNC announced that faculty had the option to delay a return to in-person classes until Feb. 17. 

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End of SAT subject tests, essay bring minimal changes to UNC admissions

UNC and additional universities waived their test score submission requirement for the 2021 admissions cycle due to COVID-19. With the College Board's recent announcement that it would no longer offer the optional essay on the SAT or supplemental subject tests, students applying to the University experience a modified application process that could carry on after the pandemic.

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Grad student's experience highlights parking accessibility challenges at UNC

Over the summer, graduate student Erin Day faced multiple obstacles while applying for a disabled parking permit at UNC.  After repeated requests in both 2018 and 2020, Day's path to accommodations on campus highlights the challenges in parking experienced by the University's disabled community. To Austin Tyner, a chairperson of the Disability Advocates for Carolina committee within the Campus Y, Day’s experience is an unfortunate example of the barriers that UNC students with disabilities face.

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