Colleen Volz

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Faculty adviory committee recommends more education on honor system

Educating faculty members about the nuances of the student-run honor system is the first major goal to emerge from the faculty honor system advisory committee. The newly formed committee met for the first time Friday to discuss how the members could best aid the honor system and increase faculty involvement.


Brittany Greene, a senior Business Administration major, leads an icebreaker with a group of students. Greene is the treasurer of Carolina First, an organization that welcomes first generation college students at UNC. The executive board expected about 100 students to show up to the program.

UNC welcomes new class of first-generation college students

As 85 students walked into the Union Underground on Tuesday night, they were handed a slip of paper with a date four years in advance: May 9, 2015 — graduation. Though that day might seem distant, administrators want to make sure the University’s first-generation students focus on completing the four-year education that eluded their parents.


Back on pointe with the Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet Company

Staff writer Colleen Volz used to be a ballet dancer, but has moved towards the modern sphere of dance in recent years. But she still got back to ballet in Thursday’s Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet Company’s master class in Gerrard Hall. Check out her experience here.