Kerry Sherrill, Carrboro Elementary School’s social worker, remembers one of her third-graders jumping up and down with glee in January after receiving a computer to use at home.
Several administrators have said UNC-system schools are waiting for UNC-CH as a flagship institution to implement a more explicit gender-neutral housing policy. “We have a very close relationship,” Gorin-Davis, a senior, said. “We consider each other best friends.”
Two house fires, reportedly the result of problems with an electric heater and a chimney, damaged Chapel Hill homes this weekend.
In a tough economic climate that has prompted UNC-system campuses to pare down administrative staffs, schools are adapting — or drastically reducing — their academic advising services.
Chapel Hill apartments are nearing full capacity, owners and town officials say, creating a demand for more housing that two new developments hope to satisfy.
The presence of Adderall on college campuses has led some administrators to call into question the ethics behind the unauthorized use of the drug.
Reported alcohol-related incidents stood at 31 in 2007, the year before the town began its initiative to reduce crowd size and improve safety. Last year, they had declined to six, based on Chapel Hill statistics.
As the amount of financial aid available at UNC-system schools continues to shrink, some students are running out of options.
Finding a site for Orange County Public Library’s southwest branch has been no easy task — an initial location was rejected after $60,000 had been spent investigating the spot.
At a forum Wednesday, candidates discussed reducing achievement gaps for minorities, measuring student growth and preparing students for the global economy.
The site of a controversial Chapel Hill police raid in November is now home to a colorful display of local window artwork.
U.S. Rep David Price, D – N.C., laid out an economic plan and responded to constituent concerns in a town hall-style meeting Monday. Price, who is up for reelection in 2012 and has represented the state’s fourth district since 1987, denounced oppositions to tax hikes and encouraged prudent fiscal spending.