Many seniors have no idea what they’re going to do after graduation — but alumni said they shouldn’t be too worried.
Abby Lewis spent her summer doing research for her honors thesis. But instead of heading to Wilson Library, she went to Paris.
The line of students trying to reach academic advisers on Tuesday extended out the door and onto the quad. In a single day, 1,275 students flooded through the doors of Steele Building to either drop classes or declare them pass/D/D /fail on the last day possible.
Jackson Hall is becoming a more popular place on campus year after year.
As students try to honor their New Year’s resolutions to get in shape, UNC’s workout facilities feel the burn.
Although gender-neutral housing was not on the Board of Trustees agenda this week, supporters are still hopeful to have the option by next fall. The original plan was for Winston Crisp, vice chancellor of student affairs, to pitch the proposal at the meetings.
The prayers of female students unhappy with the University’s male-to-female ratio have been answered — slightly.
Staff Writers Student Body President Mary Cooper has had early success in fulfilling her campaign platform, but the status of one large project is still unclear. Cooper’s Safe Ride Program, which would offer a flat-rate taxi service for students and Chapel Hill residents, was scheduled to be up and running in October. But Cooper said she is unsure of whether the project will meet that date because of some alterations to the original plan. “This is arguably one of the more challenging points of my platform,” Cooper said.