As classes come to an end, most departments will be administering evaluations online, saving the University paper, working hours and cash. The move will also lead to faster response times, with professors receiving the results of the survey in early January rather than March.
Representatives for the Young Democrats and College Republicans met Thursday evening to debate topics including Arizona’s immigration law, the 14th Amendment and the DREAM Act.
Against the symbolic backdrop of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house, Gov. Bev Perdue pledged her support Thursday to a fire safety campaign targeting off-campus student housing.
At a meeting Tuesday of the Faculty Athletics Committee, professors, administrators and athletics officials outlined the safeguards established to prevent misconduct between UNC athletes and those who provide academic support.
Life as an immigrant farmworker can be difficult, to say the least.A group of undocumented immigrants confirmed that statement when they spoke in front of a crowd of about 40 students Wednesday evening about their experiences working on American farms.
Correction (April 4 11:29 p.m.): Due to reporting errors, an earlier of this story incorrectly stated that Karen Parker was inducted into the Order of the Grail-Valkyries. She was inducted into the Order of the Valkyries, a women-only honorary society that later merged with Order of the Grail. The story has been changed to reflect the correction.
Winston Crisp said he believes budget concerns and health issues are the two most important areas he will address as the new vice chancellor connecting students and administrators.Crisp used an open house Monday to introduce himself to students and answer their questions. He said one of his biggest concerns is substance abuse.
The most powerful man in porn is coming to the UNC campus.Larry Flynt, pornography publisher and free speech activist, will visit UNC on Feb. 18 to deliver a speech at the School of Law’s symposium titled “Sexually Explicit Speech and the First Amendment.”
Some problems with UNC’s listserv system can’t be fixed — like the widespread confusion among those who can’t tell the difference between “reply” and “reply all.”But Information Technology Services is now streamlining the listserv system to fix problems with overloaded servers and slow message delivery.
UNC is reorganizing its Citizen Soldier Support Program under a new director after the program came under criticism for misusing millions of dollars of federal money.