Here's what you missed at Tuesday's Campus & Community Advisory Committee meeting.
The committee met Tuesday to discuss recommendations for spring semester COVID-19 testing policies, as well as to reflect on the problems met by the University's fall reopening plans.
The Student Union, Davis Library, and the Health Sciences Library are popular study-spots for students looking for a break from sitting in their dorm all day.
Heather Ward, associate dean of study abroad and international exchanges, said students have applied to study in 27 countries, rather than the typical 360 programs in 70 countries, as the office has removed programs in many countries that have limited the entry of U.S. travelers.
With the shift to remote learning, UNC students have had to alter their approach to making friends.
As classes move online and students move out of on-campus housing, professors are adjusting syllabi and working towards being there for students.
Students have advocated for de-densified housing and remote instruction since the summer. One week after reopening, it happened.
The UNC chapter of the American Mock World Health Organization hosted the 2020 AMWHO COVID-19 Virtual Summit over Zoom.
Campus is shut down due to COVID-19, but that isn't stopping UNC students from socializing, enjoying the semester and feeling a sense of community. Here's how these students are using the game Animal Crossing to keep their friendships alive while practicing social distancing.
The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus has disrupted everything from the stock market to spring commencement. UNC's Carolina Student Impact Fund will aim to aid students financially due to the effects of the pandemic.
Screenshot from the Campus & Community Advisory Committee held over Zoom on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020.
Screenshot from the virtually-held Campus Community Advisory Committee meeting on Monday, Oct. 13, 2020.
Ethan Runyan and friends hiked a trail on Crowder Mountain near Charlotte over the extended spring break.
UNC seniors Emily Shaljian, Ross DiBetta and Molly Crosswell are hoping to go on the biennial challenge, "Red Bull Can You Make It," set in early May. The competition flies selected teams to one of five cities in Europe. From there, each team must travel to Berlin without money or personal phones. For seven days, they are reliant solely on 24 cans of Red Bull as currency.