Scott Myers, director of food and vending for Carolina Dining Services, said the increase is due to inflation in the cost of food and plans to raise the minimum wage for all staff.
Fans of Lenoir Dining Hall’s Jamba Juice will be disappointed when they return to campus this fall. Carolina Dining Services is replacing the smoothie vendor with Freshens, which specializes in crepes and frozen yogurt. Scott Myers, director of food and vending at UNC, said the decision was made to give students more choices.
On the night that Speaker Zach De La Rosa said farewell to Student Congress, he did not have to say goodbye to Student Body President Mary Cooper.
On the day that Chancellor Holden Thorp charted an ambitious path for the University, the only visible surprise was the retirement of an institution.
The University is engaged in a debate that could make it a leader in free academic publication.
When the UNC Muslim Students Association invited Chaplain James “Yusuf” Yee to speak, some members were not prepared for his insider’s view of Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Yee, a 1986 graduate of West Point, was the one of the first Muslim chaplains in the U.S.
When the end result of a two-year-long NCAA investigation came Monday, some faculty members were relieved. But that feeling was diminished by the severity of the punishments.
Despite appearances, the Occupy movement has not moved to Morrison Residence Hall. As early as last Wednesday, four tents popped up around Morrison’s basketball court as students rushed to claim Morrison’s super suites for next year.
For UNC’s Dance Marathon staff, the days preceding Friday’s 24-hour storm of dancing, cheering and standing have been anything but calm.
Student government’s very own Dumbledore is retiring. After more than 25 years at UNC, Jon Curtis will be trading a desk for a plane ticket as he leaves the University this July to travel the world.