The Pittsboro protest at Horton Middle School became heated as pro-Confederate and anti-Confederate groups clashed from across a street.
A five-year suspension of UNC’s chapter of the co-ed business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi came earlier this year after violations related to alcohol, hazing and disruption of an investigation by the chapter’s national body. But a new business organization named Scale and Coin has been born at UNC in the months since, drawing resources from Duke University. At its helm are some former AKPsi members, and students who were in the process of joining the UNC chapter at the time it was suspended.
UNC's Black Student Movement (BSM) would like the University to do more to create education equality, highlighting that while progress has been made, they still have a long way to go.
CAPS 24/7 will allow students experiencing a mental health crisis or who need mental health counseling to speak directly with a mental health professional after CAPS's business hours. The helpline is a result of the Mental Health Task Force's recommendations after a year-long investigation to improve students' mental health. Students can call (919) 966-3658 for assistance.
In the 500-level course, students are promoting a change in students' attitudes toward how they do their laundry.
Following last week's discovery of anti-Semitic messages on campus, professor Marc Dollinger gave a speech on the effects of anti-Semitic ideas.
William Thorpe, the orchestrator of the "One-Man Stand," has been standing where Silent Sam once was for 30 minutes every Thursday since the beginning of the semester.
Defend UNC sent Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz a letter in response to an event on March 16 when UNC campus police only gave a warning to pro-Confederate demonstrators openly carrying firearms on campus.
Students filled the Pit on March 21 for last week’s interfaith vigil in honor of the New Zealand mosque shooting victims.
UNC Professor Karolyn Tyson presented her research for the first time at an Ethics Around the Table installment. The goal of her research is to show how trust in public school officials can lead to segregation.
The Confederate monument, property of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, stands outside the Chatham County Courthouse in Pittsboro, NC, in the center of a traffic roundabout on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019.
Maya Little and other protestors oppose pro-Confederates from across the street near Horton Middle School in Pittsboro on Saturday, Oct.19, 2019.
Stephanie Terry, a Chatham resident and one of the event organizers, marches with the "Pittsboro: No Place For Hate" event on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. “We got to get these Confederate flags, and this racism and hate, symbols of terror in front of our middle school, down," she said. "This is a new day. It’s a new time, and the symbols and vestiges of hate and racism that live in people’s hearts and minds, it needs to come to an end. At the end of the day, we are all God’s children, and we are one human race.”
The Chatham County Sheriff's office pulls over a man driving a backhoe at a protest in Pittsboro on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019.
Marc Dollinger defines anti-Israelism, anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism according to his academic research at UNC Hillel Thursday following the discovery of anti-Semitic posters in Davis Library.