As the effects of Halloween have finally worn off and exams loom in the not-too distant future, there is a lull in our typical fast-paced lives as students. We in student government are taking this time to stop and reflect on the journey we have taken since beginning our term last April. The October Report chronicles all of student government’s activities in the past seven months and is one way we maintain transparency in everything we do
Hey Tar Heels! It’s now the fifth week of this year’s student body president election season and what a journey it has been. Your vote in today’s election will help determine who will lead student government’s executive branch, so log on to Student Central now and cast your vote to have your voice heard!
The Daily Tar Heel's editorial board posed these questions to each of the candidates. Here are their unedited responses:Q: What is your philosophy regarding tuition? (out-of-state vs. in-state) A: Carolina is a public institution – this is first and foremost. I am an advocate for keeping tuition at an affordable cost, reflecting the school’s dedication to remaining as a public university, as it was founded. That said, I also recognize the inevitable difference between in-state and out-of-state student tuition costs for attending UNC. In-state students and their families pay North Carolina taxes; these taxes are part of the funding the university receives from the NC General Assembly.