One day, someone will tally up all the mail that comes into the NCAA office in Indianapolis and discover it circles the globe twice — or some other preposterous factoid. But in 2010, there was just another full inbox for an NCAA enforcement staff member to go through, with an email from Mary Willingham.
The Board of Trustees presented Student Body President Bradley Opere with a resolution of appreciation at its meeting Thursday, and Opere gave a farewell speech as he prepares to graduate.
For Chris Faison, the key to raising graduation and retention rates for male students of color lies in professional resources and listening to what the students themselves have to say.
In the 24-hour period following the off-campus shooting of Deah Barakat and Yusor and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha in February 2015, four Alert Carolina emails were sent to notify community members of the triple homicide. No text messages were sent.
The Mu Zeta chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha and the Black Student Movement’s Celebration of Black Womanhood co-hosted a panel on Monday called "The Double Standard," which discussed issues of slut-shaming and infidelity in relationships.
For junior Chris Corsi, snowfall means extra effort.
On Thursday afternoon, professors from the political science, public policy and sociology departments participated in a panel to discuss issues relating to the presidential election on Nov. 8.
The jersey never comes off — that’s one thing UNC student-athletes are told to remember.
After students called for UNC to act on sexual assault, a new committee this month will help survivors and allies find a unified voice to communicate with the administration.
Jessica Setnick has developed materials for the treatment of eating disorders and currently works as a senior fellow at Remuda Ranch, a center that treats women and girls with eating and co-occurring disorders.