Students discuss whether they plan to move back to campus for the spring semester, as Carolina Housing makes plans to welcome an additional 2000 to residence halls.
Committee members discussed spring reopening with Provost Bob Blouin and the potential for reviving an old committee that gives support to caregivers at the University.
“We assert that university prioritization of mental health doesn’t just look like an optional and poorly advertised “pause” on classes,” Nikhil Rao and Raleigh Cury, co-facilitators of the UNC Mental Health Coalition, said in the letter. “Mental health looks like assuaging uncertainty and preserving safety through comprehensive planning, transparency, and systemic change.”
“I don’t think he had any non-friends,” UNC creative writing professor Bland Simpson said. “This is a beloved man, and not just thought well-of, respected. Absolutely beloved.”
UNC added an option for meeting hosts to allow UNC Zoom users to bypass the waiting room, in order the manage the high volume of users in large classes.
Angelica Edwards and Julian Berger spent their summer establishing a new chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists — UNC-Chapel Hill NAHJ.
The University paused classes starting Monday and Tuesday of next week. Even with the sudden changes to campus operations this week, students have continued with their course schedules.
At the Faculty Executive Council meeting on Monday, council members discussed the recommendation letter from the Orange County Health Department, student population updates and new technology to measure community standard compliance.
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Plume, the first health technology company focused on offering gender-affirming care to transgender patients, has recently expanded into North Carolina — and three of its founding members are UNC alumni.