“That’s the culture — these old men clubs. It just goes to shows that survivors aren’t believed still.”
An anonymous UNC graduate shared her harrowing story of being in an abusive relationship that ended with her diagnosis with an incurable STI. The idea of full disclosure when it comes to STDs is not always an easy subject to bring up to a new partner, especially if open communication isn't strong. But the reality is that the law can be applied in certain scenarios when STI cases are not reported. That's why UNC and other agencies in Chapel Hill are advertising resources so students can know the facts and avoid getting hurt, both emotionally and physically.
Every student knows how expensives textbooks and access codes can be, even if they are rented or bought used. However, for some students, this is not an expense easily paid.
The Lifetime Fitness textbook controversy brought up questions over the approval processes of course materials — how exactly does a textbook get the thumbs up at UNC, and could such an incident recur?
Chancellor Carol Folt and the Board of Trustees members must formulate a plan for Silent Sam’s future by November 15.
Three of the UNC Board of Governors Special Committees met on Tuesday. These were the first official meetings for these newly formed special committees. Here’s what you need to know:
Voter turnout in midterm elections has been consistently low among young people ages 18 to 29. But with the divisive nature of the 2016 presidential election, could this signal a shift in young voter turnout for 2018 midterm races?
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, many colleges, including UNC, have been navigating the decision of whether to revoke honors and awards given to prominent figures accused of sexual misconduct -- from TV host Bill O'Reilly to film producer Harvey Weinstein.
"If you do have a diverse syllabus, then I've noticed, in fact, students feel more emboldened to speak and to contribute, and they feel like whatever we're calling culture is something they're already a part of," English professor María DeGuzmán said.
In a university-wide message on Jan. 9, Chancellor Carol Folt said UNC administration will review its sexual harassment and discrimination policies in response to the #MeToo movement.