Correction (April 26 12: 16 a.m.): Due to an editing error, an earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the charges were dropped against senior Haley Koch following last year’s protest at Tom Tancredo’s speech. The charges were dismissed. The story has been changed to reflect the correction. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the errors.
Students with an interest in international law will have a chance to hear a lecture Wednesday night by Fatou Bensouda, the deputy prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.The court is the first permanent criminal court that hears cases of international crimes.
About 20 students came together to celebrate Passover seder at a table that stretched the width of the Campus Y Faculty Lounge Tuesday night. The ritual Jewish dinner was organized by a group of students that seeks to promote dialogue about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
UNC students interested in diplomacy and international relations will get a chance to hear from two former ambassadors tonight.Sir Christopher Meyer and Ambassador Richard Armitage will speak at a panel called “Can Diplomats Justify Their Existence?” at 8 p.m. tonight in the Nelson Mandela Auditorium of the FedEx Global Education Center.
Former President Bill Clinton hasn’t been in office in a nearly a decade, but Pulitzer Prize-winning author Taylor Branch still had plenty to say about him Tuesday night.
Even though the air was chilly Monday night and the hands on the Bell Tower were silently inching toward 1 a.m., a small group of students were gathered in the Pit listening to one of their peers read from a long list of names at a small podium.
People sat on the stairs Tuesday night in a fully packed Nelson Mandela Auditorium at the FedEx Global Center to hear noted diplomats Sir Christopher Meyer and Ambassador Richard Armitage speak about the value of their jobs in modern times.