Starting this summer, students won’t have to walk to Franklin Street to get their frozen yogurt fix. Carolina Dining Services has begun replacing the convenience store in the bottom of Lenoir Dining Hall with a Freshens frozen yogurt, smoothies, and crepes shop, said Director of Auxiliary Services Mike Freeman.
For some students, study breaks in the library come in all shapes — and sizes.
The University’s fraternity system considered only one disciplinary case in 2011 — an exceptional drop from the year before, prompting the system’s judiciary board to change the rules.
Reform of the University’s honor system is still in its early stages, but administrators and student leaders say the scope of the changes will be broad. The honor system task force, which was created in the fall to reform the system, will divide discussion into three categories: the system’s history, attitudes about it and peer systems.
The University has received less and less of its funding from the state in recent years — a reality made especially clear today. Wednesday is Tag Day: the day on which UNC would have to shut down without private gifts.
Tuition has dominated debate in the student body president race so far, but academic initiatives in candidates’ platforms reveal different priorities.
Calvin Lewis Jr. doesn’t get a lot of sleep. A SafeWalk walker at least two nights a week from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m., the student body president candidate also attends ROTC physical training three days a week from 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
As a part of a larger initiative by the Obama administration to get in touch with young Americans, UNC will host a town-hall style forum.
Strips of paint falling from the ceiling of the Bowman Gray Pool facility caused its closure earlier this month, University officials said.
Lifetime Fitness classes and student groups that rely on Bowman Gray pool have been without a place to swim this semester, due to safety concerns.