Dustin Duong

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(From left) Ariana Vigil, Laurie McNeil and Secretary of the Faculty Vin Steponaitis, consider a point presented by Chair of the Faculty  Leslie Parise regarding a revision of the Chancellor Advisory Committee's charge during a meeting in South Building on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The revision concerned the committee's power to nominate candidates for Secretary and Chair of the Faculty.

Chancellor advisory committee

(From left) Ariana Vigil, Laurie McNeil and Secretary of the Faculty Vin Steponaitis, consider a point presented by Chair of the Faculty  Leslie Parise regarding a revision of the Chancellor Advisory Committee's charge during a meeting in South Building on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The revision concerned the committee's power to nominate candidates for Secretary and Chair of the Faculty.


Joy Renner, chair of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee, fields an interview question after a meeting in South Building on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The meeting concerned revisions to the committee's charge of responsibilities and went into closed session to discuss "personnel action."

Chancellor advisory committee

Joy Renner, chair of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee, fields an interview question after a meeting in South Building on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The meeting concerned revisions to the committee's charge of responsibilities and went into closed session to discuss "personnel action."


Joy Renner (right), chair of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee, discusses a revision to the committee's charge as Vin Steponaitis (left), current secretary of the faculty, listens during a meeting of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee in South Building on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The main provision discussed concerns the committee's power to nominate candidates for Chair and Secretary of the Faculty.

Chancellor advisory committee

Joy Renner (right), chair of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee, discusses a revision to the committee's charge as Vin Steponaitis (left), current secretary of the faculty, listens during a meeting of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee in South Building on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. The main provision discussed concerns the committee's power to nominate candidates for Chair and Secretary of the Faculty.


DTH Photo Illustration. A student points at Mandarin script on a practice worksheet in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday, March 18, 2019. Glenwood Elementary resolved to expand their Mandarin immersion program and phase out other tracks, prompting redistricting for current kindergarteners whose parents did not want them to participate.

Glenwood Elementary Mandarin Program

DTH Photo Illustration. A student points at Mandarin script on a practice worksheet in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday, March 18, 2019. Glenwood Elementary resolved to expand their Mandarin immersion program and phase out other tracks, prompting redistricting for current kindergarteners whose parents did not want them to participate.


DTH Photo Illustration. A student points at Mandarin script on a practice worksheet in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday, March 18, 2019. Glenwood Elementary resolved to expand their Mandarin immersion program and phase out other tracks, prompting redistricting for current kindergarteners whose parents did not want them to participate.

Glenwood Elementary Mandarin Program

DTH Photo Illustration. A student points at Mandarin script on a practice worksheet in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday, March 18, 2019. Glenwood Elementary resolved to expand their Mandarin immersion program and phase out other tracks, prompting redistricting for current kindergarteners whose parents did not want them to participate.


DTH Photo Illustration. A student points at an illustration of a cow accompanied by the Mandarin word on a practice worksheet in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday, March 18, 2019. Glenwood Elementary resolved to expand their Mandarin immersion program and phase out other tracks, prompting redistricting for current kindergarteners whose parents did not want them to participate.

Glenwood Elementary Mandarin Porgram

DTH Photo Illustration. A student points at an illustration of a cow accompanied by the Mandarin word on a practice worksheet in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Monday, March 18, 2019. Glenwood Elementary resolved to expand their Mandarin immersion program and phase out other tracks, prompting redistricting for current kindergarteners whose parents did not want them to participate.


Logan Brackett, manager for the UNC Department of Romance Studies, peers out of his car as someone explains the new five-year parking plan on Stadium Dr. on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. The plan includes provisions for weeknight parking permits, fee increases and new rules to generate revenue. "It seems like a nickel and dime approach for fees," he said. "Students don't seem like the main beneficiaries here, so it seems odd to charge them."

Weeknight parking

Logan Brackett, manager for the UNC Department of Romance Studies, peers out of his car as someone explains the new five-year parking plan on Stadium Dr. on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. The plan includes provisions for weeknight parking permits, fee increases and new rules to generate revenue. "It seems like a nickel and dime approach for fees," he said. "Students don't seem like the main beneficiaries here, so it seems odd to charge them."


Logan Brackett, manager for the UNC Department of Romance Studies, exits his car on Stadium Dr. on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. A five-year plan launched by the Department of Transportation and Parking includes provisions for weeknight parking permits, fee increases and new rules to generate revenue. "It seems like a nickel and dime approach for fees," he said. "Students don't seem like the main beneficiaries here, so it seems odd to charge them."

Weeknight parking

Logan Brackett, manager for the UNC Department of Romance Studies, exits his car on Stadium Dr. on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. A five-year plan launched by the Department of Transportation and Parking includes provisions for weeknight parking permits, fee increases and new rules to generate revenue. "It seems like a nickel and dime approach for fees," he said. "Students don't seem like the main beneficiaries here, so it seems odd to charge them."


Logan Brackett, manager for the UNC Department of Romance Studies, exits his car on Stadium Dr. on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. A five-year plan launched by the Department of Transportation and Parking includes provisions for weeknight parking permits, fee increases and new rules to generate revenue. "It seems like a nickel and dime approach for fees," he said. "Students don't seem like the main beneficiaries here, so it seems odd to charge them."

Weeknight parking

Logan Brackett, manager for the UNC Department of Romance Studies, exits his car on Stadium Dr. on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. A five-year plan launched by the Department of Transportation and Parking includes provisions for weeknight parking permits, fee increases and new rules to generate revenue. "It seems like a nickel and dime approach for fees," he said. "Students don't seem like the main beneficiaries here, so it seems odd to charge them."


UNC redshirt senior guard Paris Kea (22) makes a drive past Duke sophomore guard Jayda Adams (32) at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Sunday, Mar. 3, 2019. The Tar Heels lost 44-62.

Paris Kea Duke

UNC redshirt senior guard Paris Kea (22) makes a drive past Duke sophomore guard Jayda Adams (32) at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Sunday, Mar. 3, 2019. The Tar Heels lost 44-62.